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First Day of School Photo Ideas

Are your kids starting school this month? Why not commemorate the day with a fun back-to-school photo? Many parents are getting super crafty with all of the first-day of school photos. You may or may not be a super crafty parent. But we are going to give you some incredible tips that will help you to get that super-crafty first-day of school photo without a lot of work.

Check out theses fun and simple ideas:

First-Day of school photo

You can even try chalkboards for a quick and interchangeable look every year:


First day of school 2017

Family Photos: Tips for Making Them Easier!

Family photos can be fun to do, but if you have a toddler or young kids they can be a little daunting. You want to remember the moment in time forever. But it can be difficult to get through a traditional sitting with a photographer when your kids are young or unpredictable. So what is the best advice we can give you? Embrace the unpredictable. Embrace the way your family is right now.

Dad and child family photos 861a1d7440c16eb72b406e37cfd472c7 4f7e7bae5deb3dcda3d1f032e5a7c0dfDo you have a toddler? Do they throw tantrums? Cry? Scream? Kids fighting? Let them. Laugh at it. and snap that moment in time. Photos that are candid are much more fun, exciting, and real! In twenty years you will smile and laugh and remember everything fondly so why not just show it as it was? What will make you smile and laugh more twenty years form now? The fact that you had a screaming three year old or that everyone has a blank and step ford appearance?

Embrace the chaos of the day. If your kids are acting wild and want to run and play then choose an outdoor setting or let them play and dance and have fun. The photo will reflect their bright and fun personalities much more if you capture them being them instead of sitting still with their hands crossed.

Wear clothes that are comfortable and easy to move, sit, and be happy in. I have seen very few kids happy to be in a four piece suit or itchy tights through anything let alone an hour or two of photos. Think clothes that they will enjoy wearing and be comfortable in for an extended period of time.

Just remember photos are a memory, and why remember something fake when you can remember something fun and real?

School Paper and Art Organization

School is back in session and kids have already started bringing home school projects, art papers, and little books that we, as parents, just aren’t quite ready to let go. These papers and art projects are perfect little time capsules of our children’s lives. They catalog the moments that we want to treasure for years to come. But they can get difficult to keep nice and organized for as long as we want to treasure them. Well we have a few organizational ideas for you to utilize in order to keep those little papers safe for treasuring for years to come.

A couple of paper and art organization ideas from blogs we love.

I Heart Planners: This adorable and simple idea is perfect for keeping things safe from the elements. Simply use these ideas to keep your kids papers safe in a Tupperware tub by following some simple steps that will help you keep them organized according to school year.

Paper and art organization

How Does She: These ideas are great for keeping things in order and easily accessible. Binders and folders make it easy to find and keep things safe and accessible.

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With some of these fun and simple organizational tips you can easily, and inexpensively. Keep your kids school items organized and treasure them as the sweet little time capsules they are.