Saturday, April 25, 2009

The 411

Wow. Things here are just a wee bit on the crazy side right now. In the midst of the 3 kiddos and all their end-of-the-year activities...and single parenting (AGAIN) this week....we decided to make an offer on a new (old) house. For the past few months we have been scouting out a location for a natural light photography studio. Someplace nearby that I could use for my indoor sessions that wouldn't involve me removing every piece of furniture from our family room every time I had a client session. The studio looking led to house looking...which led to falling in love with this place. So. Tomorrow is the day.

There are a billion things that could go wrong so I'm trying not to get too emotionally attached (don't suppose the fact that I drove by it tonight is really helping that situation too much). We've got more than a few obstacles to overcome presenting an offer, selling our house, inspections, etc. But if it all works out I might be sharing pictures taken here soon! I've always, always wanted an older house (Craftsman or Tudor) and the sun room with its walls of windows took my breath away. I do really love our house REALLY...I'm not going to get attached.

There is also a garage space that could easily be converted to a studio as 1.5 acres of wooded land that backs to the Blue River. {Sigh} see...I'm not attached at all!

I debated sharing this little tidbit but decided I needed a place to vent some of my pent up nervous energy. I know that everything will work out the way it should. I'm SO thankful for the home that we have....we have way more than we really need. And I can truly say that if it doesn't work...we'll be happy here. But a girls gotta dream, right?

Speaking of dreaming....nothing much sweeter than a couple dreaming of their first child.

It is always amazing to me to have the opportunity to interact with people during some of the most exciting moments in their lives. And having your first child is about as amazing as it gets.

This couple will make such wonderful parents. It is easy to see their excitement and anticipation growing already!

And there aren't many things more beautiful than a woman who is about to become a mom. Somehow they always seem to radiate such warmth and resolve. They know the important task at hand and the love they carry is so strong and pure.

Anxiously awaiting the birth of Baby A. I can't wait to meet her in person and see you two become mom and dad!


Tina said...

I've got my fingers crossed for you! It's stunning!

Bethany said...

WOW!! I'll be thinking of you tomorrow! The house is AMAZING! I LOVE that sunroom!!

Little*Precious Boutique said...

Oh, WOW!!
That is a FABULOUS house...I've got my fingers crossed for you!!

Beautiful belly pictures too, those are precious!

Tonya said...

that house is so beautiful...can't wait to hear if you got it :)

Jenn said...

Gorgeous! I pray it all goes smoothly for y'all! That is so exciting.

Angel said...

What a gorgeous house! Praying your dreams come true.

The Wallace Family said...

The house is beautiful! One thing South Johnson county rarely has to offer is a house with true old-house character! where is it? good luck, keep us updated!

xoxotova said...

oh wow it is beautiful!! looks fairytale liek!! and thet LOT sounds amazing I look forward to the REST of the tour!!

nic said...

whoooeee! i'm hoping right along with you...that is one gorgeous house, and check out that room full of windows. a dream studio for sure.

beautiful maternity shoot, have been busy! i have no idea how you manage to accomplish so much with such excellence, but you sure are an inspiration to me. :)

erin {tvp} said...

Jenn, I hope you get your house!!! Keep us updated! And how amazing it is that your biz is going SO WELL that you have to MOVE houses!!!! Good for YOU!