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Denise  Photographer & Mom. My favorite things to do 👉🏼traveling, eating, thrifting & laughing. Sharing those bits here & on my blog. Happy to have ya!

living on the edge. and for sure making this is my new screen saver.💕

Stella’s threatening to fart on me . Still love her. 🤷🏻‍♀️

I love Monday’s because my babes are back home. Also, I’m thinking about getting a pair of rollerblades so I can skate around the house all day with them.💕✨ AND one last thing 😛....go check out my stories for a discount code @hotelsanjose shop! Fell in love with these pillowcases they sent us.

nothing went as planned today. like...some bad things happened, including a little car accident we were involved in on our way to a @sunsetmag party in la 🤦🏻‍♀️😓. we did however get to watch deadpool & i found the fiddle leaf tree of my dreams at an estate sale for $25. it’s all about balance. focus on the good 🙃🤨

My hairs still wet from last nights swim 🤗

today is just all kinds of fun.

golden hour for many reasons. everyone’s home, pasta is served, the light is amazing in the house right now & jeopardy is on. ✨🤷🏻‍♀️

Good Morning!!! ✨

porch hangs. free chips & salsa.

this. a reminder that there’s little people following & watching me constantly. i’ve made many many mistakes along the way. my prayer is always that they will absorb & take on my good parts. probably every parents wish. 💕

this past year with them was quite an adventure. we took plane flights, cruises, helicopter rides, hammock rides, amusement park rides. motherhood has been the best ride of all though. happy mother’s day!! 💐

History has always been my favorite subject. So when I got the opportunity to partner with @Ancestry (#ad) it’s a real dream. While doing some digging, I was able to learn a bit more about my Great Grandmother on my Dad's side. I found that after migrating here from Mexico, she worked in fashion as a seamstress. Her husband had left her and her 2 boys (my grandpa & his brother) to fend for themselves. This was at a time when it wasn’t common for women to support a whole family, let alone work. She was being a boss lady and getting it done. Although it’s a sad story, my Great Grandpa abandoning his family, it also gives me a glimpse of how strong a woman my Great Grandma was. Sharing these stories with my girls & hoping they love them & are inspired to be strong women as well! Give the gift of Mom with 30% off gift subscriptions! Link in bio!

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