About Danielle Huddleston Photography:

I am a wife, homeschool mom, a hiker, and a photographer living in Oklahoma. I love beautiful light and being in the woods. I share what I love on this blog, be they trails, pictures, or homschooling curriculum. Thanks for stopping by!



  • Tag: ‘miss this’



    I am going to miss this~Zoo Trips

    Monday, March 9th, 2015

    pictures

    I will miss waiting for him to get his shot.

    eating

    Watching their fascination with an animal eating.

    sign

    Silly pictures next to the sign.

    eagles

    goats

    Their excitement of the petting zoo.

    wagon

    Insisting we stop at the zoo wagon every time.

    tiger

    tiger2

    Someone that thinks me making voices for the animals is funny.

    shake

    yawn

    snacks

    Snack time.

    sealion

    Silhouettes next to the Sea lion tank.

    this

    bird

    ride

    Laughing with them about the silly squirrels.

    sharing

    Seeing my oldest share his camera with his brother.

     silly

    That they still love to ride the Carousel.

    carosel

    Over and over.

    picstrain

    I will miss two boys begging to ride the train just “one more time”.

    I will miss these trips to the zoo one day.

    I want to cherish them now.

    I am going to miss this ~Gap Toothed Smile

    Monday, September 29th, 2014

    tilt

    My youngest lost another front tooth recently and I can’t stop smiling every time I see that gap.

    tongue

    Of course he did not want to cooperate when I wanted a picture of it.

    grin

    I finally got it though.

    I will miss that slight lisp and that childlike smile.

    Those baby teeth will be gone one day and I want to cherish this right of passage as much as I can.

    He makes silly faces every time he catches me smiling at him.

    I love this boy.

    Going to Miss This ~Imaginative Play

    Monday, July 28th, 2014

    play

    I am going to miss them playing for hours in a world they made up.

    It is amazing how far their imaginations can take them.

    What moment do you want to appreciate today that might not be here tomorrow?