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  • these two boys had so much fun exploring the beach during our session!💙 we watched the waves crash into the shoreline rocks, played in the sand & jumped in puddles!🌊 i’m all about capturing those candid moments when working with families!
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    @maemeadowsphotography

    Vandenberg AFB Wall Beach

    these two boys had so much fun exploring the beach during our session!💙 we watched the waves crash into the shoreline rocks, played in the sand & jumped in puddles!🌊 i’m all about capturing those candid moments when working with families!

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  • Another fantastic graphic from @apricitysky! Check out those rockin’ sodium cluster salts in celery juice! 🤣 @medicalmedium says: “The natural healthy sodium in celery juice clings to toxic, dangerous salts from poor-quality foods and helps bind onto and draw them out of the body while replacing them with special undiscovered cluster salts the body really needs. 
These cluster salts bond together as one and are infused with celery’s other critical chemical compounds and information that’s highly active in healing the body. Science has not yet deconstructed or studied these cluster salts. Eventually, research will reveal that these cluster salts work symbiotically and systematically to flush out toxins, dead pathogens such as viruses and bacteria, and pathogenic neurotoxins and debris from every crevice of the body.”
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    @danceofhealingcelerytribe

    Another fantastic graphic from @apricitysky! Check out those rockin’ sodium cluster salts in celery juice! 🤣 @medicalmedium says: “The natural healthy sodium in celery juice clings to toxic, dangerous salts from poor-quality foods and helps bind onto and draw them out of the body while replacing them with special undiscovered cluster salts the body really needs.
    These cluster salts bond together as one and are infused with celery’s other critical chemical compounds and information that’s highly active in healing the body. Science has not yet deconstructed or studied these cluster salts. Eventually, research will reveal that these cluster salts work symbiotically and systematically to flush out toxins, dead pathogens such as viruses and bacteria, and pathogenic neurotoxins and debris from every crevice of the body.”

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  • Jaxon and I tried our first Yoga class together this afternoon. It’s great that this class is offered at Yoga Village in Arroyo Grande. While I was doing my warrior poses it was so nice to glance down and stare at my baby boy. Jaxon was in complete awe staring at me trying to figure out at what was going on. We need more classes/activities like this in our community! If you’re ever in the area this class is every Tuesday from 1-2pm bring your babe and your yoga mat🧘‍♀️🍃
#arroyogrande #yogi #mommyandbabyyoga #centralcoastingwithadri #themomedition
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    @adri.rodriguezcc

    Yoga Village

    Jaxon and I tried our first Yoga class together this afternoon. It’s great that this class is offered at Yoga Village in Arroyo Grande. While I was doing my warrior poses it was so nice to glance down and stare at my baby boy. Jaxon was in complete awe staring at me trying to figure out at what was going on. We need more classes/activities like this in our community! If you’re ever in the area this class is every Tuesday from 1-2pm bring your babe and your yoga mat🧘‍♀️🍃
    #arroyogrande #yogi #mommyandbabyyoga #centralcoastingwithadri #themomedition

  •  168  14  29 May, 2019
  • How hard is it to open up and be yourself? So hard. Being your true self is vulnerable. But through the vulnerability and saying what you truly feel is freeing and sometimes magical.  So I recommend letting go of what is holding you back from being your true self. Express those feelings and you just might surprise yourself. 📸 @emilyelisephotography
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    @crystalholtyoga

    San Luis Obispo, California

    How hard is it to open up and be yourself? So hard. Being your true self is vulnerable. But through the vulnerability and saying what you truly feel is freeing and sometimes magical. So I recommend letting go of what is holding you back from being your true self. Express those feelings and you just might surprise yourself. 📸 @emilyelisephotography

  •  172  12  12 August, 2019
  • Smiles because our failed adventure gave us an opportunity to see joy in the process. Sometimes I get so busy thinking of the end result (in this case it was reaching the end of the hike) that I forget to enjoy the journey. Most of the time the journey is the very best part, in this case it was! Peep Gavin literally carrying both kids over the 2nd of 3 river crossings we did. After carrying them he came back and got me.. risky parent moves for the win lol 😳😂 Read the whole story on my blog! Anyone been to big/little falls?!
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    @stephburkard

    Little Falls Trail

    Smiles because our failed adventure gave us an opportunity to see joy in the process. Sometimes I get so busy thinking of the end result (in this case it was reaching the end of the hike) that I forget to enjoy the journey. Most of the time the journey is the very best part, in this case it was! Peep Gavin literally carrying both kids over the 2nd of 3 river crossings we did. After carrying them he came back and got me.. risky parent moves for the win lol 😳😂 Read the whole story on my blog! Anyone been to big/little falls?!

  •  511  26  21 February, 2019
  • Three months ago, three families went in together and bought property on a hill in the AG Valley. One of the three families supplied the down payment, and the other two signed for the Morgage. Then we all moved onto this hill, bracing for the impact of what life was gonna look like. Because these three families consist of my parents, my brother’s family and our lil clan of four (plus the Fur Beast, aka Sir Winston).
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We are doing the generational living thing - 10 humans on just shy of three acres. The main house is designed as if it’s two different units, and we are in the permitting process of bringing on a Prefab that will become our house. Until SLO county sends off the approval and a ridiculously adorable house shows up on a truck... we are all living in the already existent dwellings.
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It’s been a crazy dream and an even crazier reality.
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But I need to say... it’s better than I anticipated. Living with your parents again is... you know. But this time it’s not in “their” house - the paradigm has shifted and it’s kind of strange/beautiful/honest. We also have a baby in the house again! So, every day, at least 10 times throughout, you’ll be walking through the large shared kitchen space where she may be for the moment, and pause from your normal grown up ways to make a great fool of yourself in attempts to obtain just one single baby smile in return... it’s the best. And these views from this hill... they still take my breath away often.
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It’s been three months. And I’m excited to share more of what life is like up on this hill. The good, the bad and the messy. I know choosing a lifestyle like this isn’t for everyone, and a lot of it weighs on personalities, and the amount of respect and grace that can flow freely between each other; it’s an adventure for sure. And things happen like yesterday when two puppies came to live up here on this hill with us (my folk’s). And we all go crazy and smell of puppy kisses all.day.long. 💕
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Life on #pricklypearcactushill
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    @austynelizabeth

    Arroyo Grande, California

    Three months ago, three families went in together and bought property on a hill in the AG Valley. One of the three families supplied the down payment, and the other two signed for the Morgage. Then we all moved onto this hill, bracing for the impact of what life was gonna look like. Because these three families consist of my parents, my brother’s family and our lil clan of four (plus the Fur Beast, aka Sir Winston).
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    We are doing the generational living thing - 10 humans on just shy of three acres. The main house is designed as if it’s two different units, and we are in the permitting process of bringing on a Prefab that will become our house. Until SLO county sends off the approval and a ridiculously adorable house shows up on a truck... we are all living in the already existent dwellings.
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    It’s been a crazy dream and an even crazier reality.
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    But I need to say... it’s better than I anticipated. Living with your parents again is... you know. But this time it’s not in “their” house - the paradigm has shifted and it’s kind of strange/beautiful/honest. We also have a baby in the house again! So, every day, at least 10 times throughout, you’ll be walking through the large shared kitchen space where she may be for the moment, and pause from your normal grown up ways to make a great fool of yourself in attempts to obtain just one single baby smile in return... it’s the best. And these views from this hill... they still take my breath away often.
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    It’s been three months. And I’m excited to share more of what life is like up on this hill. The good, the bad and the messy. I know choosing a lifestyle like this isn’t for everyone, and a lot of it weighs on personalities, and the amount of respect and grace that can flow freely between each other; it’s an adventure for sure. And things happen like yesterday when two puppies came to live up here on this hill with us (my folk’s). And we all go crazy and smell of puppy kisses all.day.long. 💕
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    Life on #pricklypearcactushill

  •  116  8  8 June, 2019