This is such an unusual time! I highly recommend you document this period for your family history. Most of my everyday, personal photos are taken from my phone! I don’t worry about perfection in these…I just love capturing the moments of our lives. I upload my favorite memories throughout the year to my personal Instagram account. Once a year, I spend a little time to print a hardcover album as a family scrapbook!
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Here are what I consider the Top 10 Quarantine Photos you should be taking during this time! Leave a comment with your top photo suggestion!
|1.||Homeschool/Work at Home Space We rearranged all of our desks and devices to ensure all four of us can work productively from home.|
|2.||Quarantine Holidays We have already celebrated an untraditional birthday and Easter!|
|3.||Zoom, Good Duo or FaceTime Calls Screen shot a group call with family and friends! We have done a lot of these to stay connected to everyone we love!|
|4.||Pantry Meals With fewer trips to the grocery store, we have run low on food at times (having 12 and 16 year old boys at home all day doesn’t help!). I have definitely made some creative dishes to stretch out our store trips!|
|5.||Take Out So many local restaurants are being creative with their delivery and to go options! We have found a few new favorites (La Belle French Bakery and Bahama Bucks)!|
|6.||Recess My kids have invented a new sport (lacrossketball) and we have been taking extra long walks and bike rides.|
|7.||Pet Life Has anyone found their pets acting a little different with so many people around…all the time!|
|8.||Hobbies One of my sons has started sketching and the other has been teaching himself guitar. I honestly haven’t taken up any new hobbies (unless you count cooking, cleaning and worrying).|
|9.||Netflix Binge Watching I often associate television shows with different time periods in my life! Tiger King and Quarantine?|
|10.||Meltdowns and Messes Botched haircut? Art project disaster? Keep it real!|
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Top 10 Quarantine Photos by Julie Livermore, capturing indoor and outdoor milestone sessions from birth and beyond!