How our lives got flipped turned upside down…
Being married to a Brazilian has it perks 😉
I’ve mentioned before how Breno and I had an agreement to not go to Disney until we had kids that were even old enough to remember the trip.
After a while of doing photography as a business, taking photos has shifted from a hobby to work and I admit, I don’t take my camera along on vacation.
It was all fun and games until it was time for us to leave. Not because we didn’t want our vacation to be over though…
We are not “unrealistically in love” we know it’s difficult, we know it’s not all butterflies and unicorns. We know it’s hard work and effort and lots of will power. We know it’s a whole different mindset to get married, especially young. We know many say we are too young, we did it anyways.
Every once in a while on our days off, Breno and I like to pick a random near(ish) location and just go for it!
Even though we’re living in Sanford we’ve traveled down to Port St Lucie basically every weekend since we moved here in January. This past weekend was finally our weekend to just do nothing and stay home.
It’s been a while now and I’ve been pretty far from the blogging world but I couldn’t not post a few images from our family vacation to Nicaragua!
I’m so glad to be back in Florida, aside from being home with family and friends there are now these great ladies I got to meet!