Friday, September 30, 2011

Family Photos

Having family photos displayed in our house is really important to me.  I like for my kids to be able to look around and see themselves and the people we love.  There are photos in almost every room in our house. 


This array of photos is in our master bedroom. 


This is a favorite photo of my husband and myself, hung in the master bath.


My daughter has lots of photos on her walls like her baptism picture and her dance pictures. (please excuse the rotten photo, the light wasn't good in there.  Her walls are actually a really pretty light blue shown here)


In our office area we having an entire shelf with photos.  I take lots of pics of my kids and can't bear to not display them.  This long picture shelf works great. There is also I also a collage in an old window.  p.s. MAK are the first letters of each of my kids names.


These are our family pictures from last year, mounted on mat board, arranged on the ledge of the board and batten in our living room.


These built-ins in our eating area hold photos of extended family and my kids newborn baby pics.



We just had our 2011 family pics taken by my friend Shannon of Shannon Hairr Photography.  I love them so much and can't wait until my prints get here so I can add them to my collections around our home.

5 comments:

  1. L-O-V-E the new family photos! I can't believe that Mason is as tall as you, and Addy isn't far behind. And your baby isn't a baby anymore--he is big, but still adorable!

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  2. Excuse me, but when did those babies get so big? Great pictures.

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  3. I'm the same way, I love having pictures everywhere! :)

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  4. All your photo displays are great! I'm getting ready to do a photo gallery wall in my house and I'm excited to pick out all the pictures for my frames!

    P.S. I'm a new follower. :)

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  5. Coming over from a bowl full of lemons. I could not agree more! We have a few gallery spots in our home too. Love my pictures of my littles and family.

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