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I am Mallory and this is my blog. I am a Momma, a children's photographer, in school to be a Montessori teacher, a lover of music, cookies, artichokes and red wine, thick blankets and cozy pillows, farmer's markets, teaching, kids, art, and a double americano in a single cup.
This blog is a way to share Montessori learning exercises that I do with my son, recent photography, recipes and crafts that we are doing, and is a baby book for my boy. For each post that I do about my son, I save it in a folder and print it out at the end of that year. It's a way to remember all the details that I love so much.
There are adventures, big and small. There are details, big and small.
Thank you for reading about our adventures, and let the wild rumpus start.
What is your blogging philosophy?
My blogging philosophy is to share our lives honestly through stories and pictures. I want to connect with other people who can relate and laugh with me as I raise my son.
I have been blogging since...
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