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I’m Thankful For | West Virginia Photographer

November 27, 2020

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I’m Thankful For | West Virginia Photographer

While I am thankful for so many things every single day, I do love that this time of year there is a day dedicated just to remind us to stop and think about what we are thankful for. So, here are a list of big and small things I am thankful for this year. My […]

Katelyn Workman Photography | How I went from teaching elementary school to owning a business

November 19, 2020

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Katelyn Workman Photography | How I went from teaching elementary school to owning a business

I started this business while teaching elementary school as a newlywed foster parent when Willie got me a camera as a birthday gift. That gift quickly turned into a crazy dream that turned into an amazing opportunity for me to do what I love and spend more time with my family. I went to school […]

Top 5 Things We Love About Homeschooling

November 12, 2020

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Top 5 Things We Love About Homeschooling

I’ve already shared why we chose homeschooling, but honestly even though I knew it would be best, I struggled with deciding whether I would enjoy it. I had a lot of apprehensions, and it has been a much more positive experience than I expected! So I wanted to share some of the reasons why we […]

Tips to Start a Business | West Virginia Photographer

November 5, 2020

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Tips to Start a Business | West Virginia Photographer

Are you dreaming of working for yourself but have no idea where to start? Here are some practical things to do to get started. Find what you are passionate about. Owning a business is HARD. There is no one to keep you accountable but yourself. You don’t clock in and clock out. Your success depends […]

Why Adoption Was Our First Choice

November 3, 2020

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Why Adoption Was Our First Choice

From before I should have, I just had a weird feeling I was pregnant. As soon as I could, I took a little test to confirm my suspicion. And since we have shared that news, I have been shocked by the response of some who don’t know us well. We’ve heard the superstition that as […]

Sawyer James Workman | May 29, 2020 | Birth Story

October 13, 2020

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Sawyer James Workman | May 29, 2020 | Birth Story

Do you know those movies where the main character is pregnant, and she is dressed beautifully with her hair and makeup done when suddenly she looks down to see that her water has broken? Her husband grabs the hospital bag that is conveniently nearby and they rush to the hospital. A  few minutes go by, […]

The Truth About Marriage: Part 2

February 13, 2020

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The Truth About Marriage: Part 2

This week’s blog is written by a sweet friend who has been married for ten years after getting married at a very young age. I’m so thankful she wanted to share what she has learned!!   At 18, most people have just graduated high school and are applying or already gotten accepted to college.  They’re […]

The Truth About Marriage: Part 1

February 4, 2020

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The Truth About Marriage: Part 1

Marriage is definitely like a roller coaster ride. There are highs, lows, times that feel bumpy, times that make you feel excited, or scared, and times that make you wonder “why the heck did I step into this?” What you can always guarantee is that your partner is in that seat with you. There have […]

2019: Our Journey This Year

January 3, 2020

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2019: Our Journey This Year

Where to begin! As I sat in my office, overwhelmed with the stress of finances that always comes after blowing the budget during the holidays which was amplified by major car problems and medical bills from a fluke accident, I started to look for photos to summarize our year. I decided that I wouldn’t just […]

Why We Chose Homeschooling

November 1, 2019

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Why We Chose Homeschooling

A month before our girl would start kindergarten, I worked diligently to teach the tiny little thing to recognize the letters “A,” “B,” and “C.” I was a licensed teacher and couldn’t do it. She could barely hold a pencil, was adamant that her name was spelled “S-O-Y-A,” and couldn’t use the bathroom on her […]