Wednesday’s |One Year Cake Smash Portrait Session

Turning One is a Huge Milestone in a Kiddos life! So many changes start happening is just the First year. Oh Boy doesn’t it go by fast too!
This Is Beautiful Wednesday’s Sunday morning, 10 am exactly cake smash session. We met at her grandmas beautiful house down in the littleton area. She wasn’t full of all the smiles are to excited to smash cake but they are still SO SO SO adorable! Her amazing aunt Made her a beautiful one year old birthday dress in the theme of Wednesday Adams.
Don’t Miss out on all the cuteness below 🙂
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Morgan’s | Fly’n B Park Highlands Ranch Colorado Senior Portraits Photographer

Seniors never really want to take their senior photos do they? I mean I remember HATING every minute of mine! But the pure joy and excitement that I was now a Senior In High School helped me pull off a few smiles. Morgan Reminded me a lot of myself and the strength, independence she had without even really speaking. I’ve got to say, I’m so excited to see where Morgan’s future takes her. Her great passion for Spanish makes me excited to see her maybe traveling or teaching Spanish… who know, right? I’m honored to have been able to capture these moments during her senior year. Congratulations, Morgan!!!

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Estes Park, Colorado 

Happy Sunday y’all! Yesterday we took a little day trip up to Estes Park, Colorado. Kevin and I hadn’t been there since a very young age (like 5-10 year old), minus I had been up there a few times but we didn’t adventure due to weather. Estes Park is about 1.5 hours from Lakewood where we live and is quite the cruise.

Our 1st stop was The Stanley Hotel for a nice walk around the property for maybe a potential over night stay in the near future… maybe not though as we would Love to Bring Axle up with us for some day hiking. I truly knew very little about the Stanley, only because the famous movie that most everyone knows “The Shining”. I won’t go into detail about the hotel but I can for sure tell you it is worth your time. I would definitely love to come take some photos of this beautiful place at sunset and do a night tour see if we can find a few ghosts. Tours can be selected and scheduled in the downstairs area where you can view some great artifacts… this was my favorite… old typewriters just spark an interest for me. 

They also have a really beautiful back patio area for I awesome some amazing weddings or some beautiful parties. 

Stop number 2 was for some breakfast. A little place called “The Other side” located right off the river for a beautiful view. I didn’t grab any photos at this place. I can definitely say it’s very inexpensive and great on hand staff. The classic cinnamon roll is definitely the way to go… can get a little sugary though so watch out! The breakfast itself was like $20 bucks for the both of us to have full plates and multiple couples of coffee.

Stop number 3 was back into the town of Estes for a walk through of the town. I love walking through shops in small towns for some reason they have the best things and experiences. I found this old Theater that stood out to me like crazy… I love love love old builds with LOTS of history, so of course we snapped a photo of it. How cool right??? Reminds me of the 50’s I could just picture people swing dancing out front! Oh man those days… love that music, dresses and dancing.

We strolled through the town more swinging into almost every shop. Kevin loves beer and has showed me some ropes to some new delicious beer that I just can’t deny now. Haha don’t think we are alcoholics we just enjoy stopping into places and trying beers they have to offer. I love Guinness which is surprising cause it is a VERY dark beer. We stopped into this awesome Placed called “The Barrel”, this place is made from a shopping container…. YES!!!! A shopping container and it SOOOOO cool! I wish I would have got a picture of it but there were just to many people. We continued to walk through a lot of really cool shops, especially art galleries with a handful of amazing photographs from Colorful Colorado….I need to do that start printing and selling to galleries lol. A few shops really stood out to me.

This candy shop was amazing. It had classic old candy that doesn’t even exist in gas stations now Day. Candy cigarettes?? Who remembers those? The cash register in this shop is original and more the 50 years old. It’s amazing to see these things still in use. Definitely stop in here for a few pieces of candy.

The last place that really was my All time favorite of the whole adventure, was a Glass Blowing shop. It was called ” Mountain Blown Glass” operated by father and son, with all pieces being hand-made in front of you… like my mind was blown. I was so excited about this shop I didn’t even get one photo. BUT we will be going back to get a piece from them for our house and I’ll snap a few photos then.

That was pretty much everything from our day trip out to Estes, nothing SUPER exciting but I hope y’all find a good day or weekend trip place like we did! 🙂


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Cheers until next time my fiends 😘

Simple home improvements that are a game changer for the look of your house

We purchased our home October 31st, 2014. We  knew it needed a lot of work being built in the 60’s, and with the marketing being so high in Colorado right now it was the best bet into not renting… I find renting an apartment to be outrageous…. A house is an investment LITERALLY! I started sharing photos of the progress we did the day we moved In, its great motivation to see what we have done and how worth it really is.

Kevin and I decided to turn the finished half of the basement that was the living room with the prior owners into our bedroom, as the actual master bedroom upstairs is very small for us and two dogs!

The now bedroom had no closet. 

Start with the paint….Paint can be so exciting… green, blue, pink so many options to pick from. Just a tip for when it comes time to Sell the place pick Something not orange and easier to work with. People love whites and grays or even light colors like tans. We selected a darker grey with a lighter grey ascent wall since our bedroom set is Black it worked well for us. We also have black out pull down blinds for the basement which we purchased when originally moving in as Kevin does work nights for 1 month then days the next and back and forth all year long.

Next we framed In a great big walk in closet…. Most women dream of a closet the size of ours lol. Dry wall was next… I don’t have many tips on this as i was working for most of it and many people will want to hire out to make sure it is framed in correctly.

Next was carpet. You really can go any way you want with carpet. We found a great deal on carpet for our family room, 3 bedrooms, and the whole basement plus extra for the stairs with install at $1,500. Home Depot is a great place to look or shoot me an email and i can talk to our guy about getting ya’ll some carpet.

I am VERY VERY VERY lucky when it comes to my family and the talents we all share. Our closet storage system is Fully custom made from Blue stain Pine (aka Beetle kill pine), i selected a mahogany stain for all the base storage and then just a semi gloss polyurethane for all the drawer faces.

 The details in the drawer faces are amazing that is for sure… Reds, Blues, Browns so many amazing colors to look at. The amazing creator of this storage system did great work as you can tell, by the lines of the boards following from drawer to drawer all the way across. Final touches were nickel brushed cross bars for us to hang shirts, dress, etc. All in all the wood for both my Barn doors and closet was $202 and some change, the stains/clear coat was about $100 bucks we have a huge can left over though as we knew we have many more projects to come.

The doors were crafted with Blue stain pine so we could match the custom closet nicely. Two guys from work crafted the doors for us as that is what one of them does daily. Once they were 100% crafted Kevin and i sanded them down a bit, and applied about 2-3 coats of semi gloss polyurethane front/back and mounting board for the barn door track. The track we purchased can be found at the at this Home Depot Hyperlink if you’re looking for the same track. The reason we have a mounting board for the track is because the door was thicker than the specs on the tracks would allow if we didn’t use the mounting board.

Are…. you…. ready to see them??????

AMAZING Right????? They are so perfect with the color the room. You can kinda see a peek into the closet and how well the drawers would match if the closet light had been on.

This is all i have for home improvement ideas this time… I will be keeping better track of the process and maybe get y’all a few videos on how to do stuff for the house… The office will be next project i post for you on what all we did in there. This last photo is the finished work… Now go back to the 1st photo, doesn’t even look like the same house lol. Thanks for stopping by and checking out our #TurningOurHouseintoAHome project! 🙂

Much more to come don’t worry.