The 'Juggle' is Real.

The 'juggle' is real friends! Life with 3 little ones, a baby on the way, and running a business means that sometimes things I really want to do (like updating my blog), I don't often have the time to do. Over the past few weeks I've been dreaming up some big and little changes for Kristin Moore Photo and hoping to spend a lot more time soon updating this space. In the meantime, I leave you with a bunch of unrelated 'favorite' photos of my kids recently. 


I met Katherine and Devon in Central Park on a blustery morning this past winter. Within moments of meeting them I knew that they are perfect together. Their warmth and kindness was matched only by the sincere love and affection they share and it was such a joy getting to adventure all over the city with them. From wandering the park, and hailing cabs, dodging road races, admiring street art, stopping by their favorite restaurant and hanging out in DUMBO, I loved getting to photograph these two and I can't wait for their Charlottesville wedding next weekend!!!!!

Katherine & Devon-0045.jpg
Katherine & Devon-0032.jpg
Katherine & Devon-0037.jpg
Katherine & Devon-0099.jpg
Katherine & Devon-0134.jpg


I have to admit, when I was compiling images for this post I started to tear up. 


It's kissing away boo-boos and wiping messy cheeks. Spinning littles around and around and up in the air to hear them giggle and shout 'again!'. It's straightening the superman cape, and pouring an extra glass of milk. Changing diapers, supporting their newborn necks and countless loads of tiny laundry. It's holding them in the hospital bed rejoicing in the miracle of their life, and praying before their surgery that the Lord would give you strength. It's taking adventures, reading stories and answering endless 'why?' questions.  It's straightening the veil and threading the needle to hem the gown, pinning the boutonniere and taking photos of the first dance through joyful tears. It's saying no and it's letting go. It's restless nights and so many moments of hoping you got it right. It's so much more. Beyond words, really. 
It's always and forever, up to the moon and back, all-consuming, hard-as-hell, deepest of the deep and miraculous.