child moments

Child Moments

As my children grew up, I wanted to document every milestone they had. I was so afraid of forgetting their first step or their first soccer goal. But what I ended up treasuring the most was the moments I captured that made me laugh unexpectedly and created thoughtful conversations. I wanted to share some of them here with you.

As my children grew up, I wanted to document every milestone they had. I was so afraid of forgetting their first step or their first soccer goal. But what I ended up treasuring the most was the moments I captured that made me laugh unexpectedly and created thoughtful conversations. I wanted to share some of them here with you.

Life in the Mind of an 8-year-old boy

By Angela Peeters | July 25, 2019

Girl or Boy? The Fallacy of Gender Roles Sweet Innocence of Childhood I was always meant to have a little boy like Cole. He was the oops after his Dad had a vasectomy and we were using other birth control too. How he came about is beyond me. And he was the best unplanned happening of…

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Intimacy of Parenting – switching roles

By Angela Peeters | December 16, 2016

Imagine for one moment that you could see through the eyes of your child. What is it to know what they know and feel what they feel? When they watch us, who are we to them? It isn’t as simple as we want to pretend. How many of us have said, “They are only children,…

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My Heart Runneth Over

By Angela Peeters | December 6, 2014

There are pivotal moments as a parent when you realize the legacy you will leave behind. There are moments your children show you how well you are teaching them about the true importance of life. I had one of these moments yesterday with Cole. It left such an impact on me, I wanted to write…

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