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Ok, so I'm clearly not Sports Illustrated material but that didn't stop Eli and I from posing for the cover of Bowling Green Parent Magazine

 I was already a HUGE fan of this local publication because it is full of resources and events that I use as a mom.  Plus, it has lots of great ideas for the show.  You can imagine that I was so excited when we were asked to be featured in the summer issue!!  

Back in April, the editor sent me pictures of where we would be doing the shoot.  She suggested I select colors that would work with this carousel, and then she put me in touch with the photographer. I  lucked out already having these outfits that I was saving for my brother's graduation!

We set the shoot for an evening in early April, and to be honest I was a little nervous.  For the lighting to work, we had to schedule and evening shoot...and Eli isn't his most charming at that point in the day.  

It was such a blessing working with the photographer and staff from Bowling Green Parent Magazine.  They were so professional and wonderfully patient with Eli.  Oh, and as for my "Blondie"...he did great!  He loved sitting on the Merry-Go Round and getting VIP treatment at Beech Bend Park.

As I mentioned that was in April, so I have been eagerly awaiting the release...and it's FINALLY here!!

We are beyond thrilled to have had this wonderful opportunity!!


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