A Day in the Life: The Powell Family
These girls are adored. That is clear from the moment you walk in the door of the Powell family home. Dan and Heather met at work. An office friendship blossomed into a romance and three beautiful baby girls soon graced their family. With 3 little ones so close in age the family is in constant motion. Dan and Heather move through it all with ease and in partnership. They played in the park, painted nails, made beautiful butterflies, baked cupcakes, recorded music, learned to ride bikes, and took airplane rides courtesy of dad. Most importantly they love and love well. Hugs and tickles flow freely in this home. Kisses and life lessons follow closely behind. This family is writing a beautiful story.
Dan and Heather, thank you for opening your home to me. It is an honor to document your story and to be Miss Erin to your girls. I cannot wait to see how your family grows over the years and know we will have a wonderful story to tell. Enjoy the ride.
Watching Dan with his little girls is pure joy. His face lights up and you can tell he truly enjoys every moment and accomplishment. Teaching two littles to ride a bike at the same time is truly a super dad move.
Heather juggles three girls under the age of 5 with grace and ease. From adventures in the park, to donating blankets to the kitties at the pet store, to waiting for their favorite pizza store to open, the morning was filled with family and laughter.
Back home crafting and baking ruled the day. It is a thing of beauty to watch a dad who grew up surrounded by sports paint the tiny fingers of his daughter. Even more amazing was the bright pink glitter manicure he rocked all afternoon. Equally beautiful is a mom who passes on life skills such as baking in the form of fun. Each girl had a blast making their Frozen cupcakes.
As evening approached bath time signaled one more chance for the family to share time together. All girls piled into the big bath and quickly added bubbles. Ears were scrubbed. Hair was washed. Then towels were used as capes to fly down the hall before each girl climbed the stairs in their own way, off to dreamland.