We are overjoyed to welcome another little human into our 360 square foot tiny house! Growing our family in such a small house is easier than you think. Here's a little secret, babies don't need much and you don't need to be making big bucks to start a family. Having a limited amount of space helped us not accumulate tons of baby items with our first. We filled 3 plastic containers with all our favorite items from our first to use for our next baby and here we are!
We are so excited about this new addition to our tiny home. Any early guesses on the gender?
This was an impromptu baby bump shoot I did with my childhood friend and badass photographer Stephanie Betsill.
You'd never guess that this location is at a popular beach! We are set back a few feet from the sandy shore, steps away from a path many people walk to grab a spot to chill for the day.
The true reality of this spot is that it's less than beautiful. Only a photographer would have the eye to see beyond the mini homeless camps and the abandoned bed spring mattress that lays a few feet away from me. In the midst of all that, is a perfect little pocket where the sun shines through the Kiawe trees In this overgrown grassy spot a leap off the walkway.
Check the photos for yourself to see what I'm talking about.