I cannot believe another week has gone by! I am posting a little early since we are leaving for vacation and will not have a computer to edit photos and blog. This week was sort of uneventful, at least photo wise. I had a lot of work to catch up and so I didn't pick up my camera as much as I usually do. I still made the effort to try and shoot every day, but the results were less than spectacular. So there is no particular theme either this week, just us doing our thing.

{This post is part of a blog circle, were photographers from Quebec have come together to inspire and encourage each other to take photos every day during our summer months. So be sure to scroll down and click on the link for the next photographer to see what their week was like and get a feel for what summers are like in this beautiful province we all live in. }

The first photo was taken on Father's Day were we celebrated by the pool with Bowie the cutest double doodle ever. The kids just love him so... my husband not so much. So there is no hope we will ever get a dog. ha. Not that I am complaining. 

I had a little fun with some double exposures and will probably share the other ones I took on IG. They all came out kind of cool. I love that you never really know what you are going to get, but I finally am getting a hang of it and getting better at trying to execute what I have in mind. 

We said our goodbyes to our favorite people my mom and sister. Deli Snowdon is our go to neighborhood restaurant when we want something fast and easy. It is a classic diner here in Montreal. We were some the youngest people there. Haha!

And I added this photo because I am trying to take more street shots (one day without my kids in them, it's a goal of mine this summer) and I just loved how my son is mimicing the movements of the lady in the poster on the left.

Now go have a look at the lovely documentary maternity session Annick of Annick& Simon shot. I wish I had such a fun and natural photos of me when I was pregnant with my kids. Not sure I would have gone camping though, maybe glamping!