In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 
 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 
 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 
 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 
 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 
 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 
 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 
 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.
 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.
 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.
 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.
 In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts. 

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

In this series, I reflect on traditional parenting roles by turning my lens on a new family.  Sarah and Fred had their first baby, Elliot, four months ago.  They invited me into their home to photograph them as they went about their day and we spoke about parenthood candidly.  For them, parenting is something they had been longing for for some time.  Although there are challenges, they have embraced their new life as a family with full hearts.

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