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childhood unplugged april

We found this amazing milkshake bar in Coconut Grove.  It is straight out of the 70s!

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childhood unplugged march

For the last decade (ahhhh!  but since my oldest is 10 I can say that) we have been photographing the boys on the red chair for their birthdays, and now Adelia too.  Ever since we have been doing Childhood Unplugged we have dedicated March to this post.  To go back you can see old posts…

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childhood unplugged december

The elves showed up and the boys were super excited that a new soft girl came for Adelia to cuddle with! And she got a little Christmas bunny from a friend!! I am so excited for her first Christmas! Take a moment to view the work of the other Childhood Unplugged photographers by clicking here.  Also you…

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Childhood Unplugged November

Halloween has always been a favorite holiday for my children, they start thinking about costumes over the summer and by August we have most likely ordered everything! This year Massi was Elvis, Giacomo was a boy being shot up to the moon by a rocket and Adelia was a strawberry for part of the day…

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childhood unplugged october

As most of the country is pulling out sweaters and fall boots we are still enjoying the warm weather and pool on the weekends.  I personally miss the leaves changes and ability to wear fall clothes but with children it is wonderful to be able to be in the pool for a few extra months…

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childhood unplugged september

During hurricane Irma we spent a lot of time together, and it was all unplugged!  We spent the first week away in Austin but then came back to Miami to be with Papa and stayed at Nonna and Nonno’s place because they had power, but power didn’t mean TV or internet so we played lots…

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childhood unplugged august

I am always blown away by how much the boys want to help with all aspects of Adelia from playing to feeding to even baths!  For a fun unplugged activity we had loads of fun with Yiayia’s amazing kitchen sink in North Carolina, we threw in some flowers and gave Adelia a milk bath! Take…

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childhood unplugged july

Saturday outings with three definitely take some getting use to, honestly I think it is just getting out of the house with the baby that is the hard part, she requires so much stuff – diapers, bottles, teethers, a stuffed animal, etc.  I took the three of the to Shorty’s BBQ for lunch and the…

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childhood unplugged june

Baby girl Adelia and I flew to Italy so that she could meet her 92 year old great-grandmother Adelia! Mostly we just spent the week together in the very apartment that my grandmother met me 37 years ago.  There have been so many memories from my childhood to teens to bringing my fiance to meet…

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childhood unplugged may

No place easier to spend a week unplugged than the Exumas, Bahamas! Every day was a new adventure and each new landscape was prettier than the one before.  The boys thrive in such open and free environments and I find pleasure in the simplest of things. Take a moment to view the work of the other…

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