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I haven’t seen a Japanese beetle in forever (photography)

I haven’t seen a Japanese beetle in forever (photography) On our nature trip yesterday, I found this little invasive species. I used to catch Japanese beetles all the time when I was a kid. Until today, Elliott had never seen one before, which kinda blew my mind because they were so common when I was …

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I love taking pictures of bees on flowers (Photography)

I love taking pictures of bees on flowers (Photography) Aside from my kids, bees are hands down my favorite things to take pictures of. It’s said that if bees go extinct, we won’t be too far behind, pun intended. ☺  There’s just something about a creature this small, having such an impact on the world, …

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Dealing with the stress of being an #Autism Parent

As Autism parents, it’s extremely important that we do things to help us deal with the indescribable amount of stress we face on a daily basis.  One of the things that I’ve found aside from blogging, that helps me to decompress when things are really bad, is photography. These are a few of the pictures …

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One of my favorite pictures from this weekend’s adventures

I’m not sure what flower this actually is, but it’s one of the newest flowers at the Canton Garden Center. Turns out this newest flower was also home to my new little friend. I’m not sure what he is either, but he didn’t seem to mind my intrusion.. ☺ 

The boys made it to school a few minutes early 

The boys made it to school a few minutes early today. It was nice watching them walk into the building, know that there’s only four days left of school. As challenging as the summer will likely be, neither one of the boys will be stressed out over school. They both love school but at the …

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Gavin’s favorite place

I love the fact that Gavin has a favorite place to sit and enjoy nature. This is at the Canton Garden Center, and he sits here watching the fish swimming at the surface of the little pond. He also seems to enjoy the calming waterfall as well. Do you have a favorite place to just …

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