2014 in Photos

2014Well, it’s been a heck of a year, that 2014.  Overall, pretty great (except for the 6 weeks this summer that were a complete blur of exhaustion and nausea, but well, it’s even hard to complain about that).  It was hard to narrow the year down to one photo a month, but here’s my best attempt.  I’ll spare you the belly shot slideshow (I know, disappointing, but it’ll make it’s way up someday).

January

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Back when winter was still pretty.

February

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Snow day?
If you insist, but we’re really getting tired of this winter thing.

March

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NYC!
Johnny was ready to move there; I’m just glad it’s close enough for a weekend trip.

April

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Happy 25 to me!
Next year, skip the cake.

May

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We spent our first anniversary in Boston.
Photo credit: stranger in the restaurant who was baffled by my camera
Awkward hand placement: all me.

June

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Oh, hey there!

July

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I came through on the other side of morning sickness in time to make it to vacation weekends in Montreal and Maine.

August

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Back to Minnesota to photograph a wedding!

September

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Hey, baby! This picture is getting old; we’re anxious to see you again!

October

Cheating with two here:

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I fulfilled a lifelong need to learn how to swim, and actually enjoyed it!

November

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Happy Thanksgiving!

December

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Guess whose stocking was fullest. Yep, the nameless one. Thanks for your excitement, family members!

So, that’s the quick year in review.  2015 will, I predict, be the year of baby photos and other “little” changes.

Check out other people’s photos at House Unseen!

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