My oh my how time flies! I haven’t seen these 3 gorgeous girls for TWO YEARS! They have grown up so much since I last saw them, I couldn’t believe it! I love how easy and photogenic they are- makes my job sooooo easy! We had the best weather (just a tad warm) and the glow that was cascading over Sippo Lake Park was just perfect!
A few weeks ago, I had the most adorable lifestyle session with Tiffany and Chase! They invited me into their home for coffee, laughs, conversation and even some cuddle time (them, not me) :)
It was so much fun meeting them and getting to capture their love, inside the walls of their home they have built together. Though our time was short, it was very apparent how much these two adored one another! They balance each other so well, and every detail of their home reflected each of them. I loved Tiffany's eye for decor and Chase's desire to make it happen for her. They are just the sweetest people and I am so lucky to add them to the BHP family! :)
Today is the first feature to the Motherhood journey! SO excited to share one amazing mother with you today: Jen LaValle! She is the mama bear to this insanely cute and happy boy named Lorenzo!
I asked Jen to share her journey with me however she desired. What I wasn't expecting was such a scary, courageous, and incredible story...
"My husband, Mike, and I met in 2013 when I started a new job (he was one of the managers that interviewed me!). It took a few months for us to actually get together, but I had a crush on him from the beginning haha! We got married on June 13, 2015 and found out we were pregnant with a home pregnancy test on December 12, 2015! We had our first ultrasound on January 12, 2016 and found out we were having a boy in March!!
My Motherhood story starts out on August 16th 2016: The date of induction. I was due on August 3rd originally, then they said August 10th, so I was very much past my due date and they were concerned about my amniotic fluids possibly becoming less and less, but without any proof or testing they decided to induce me. Being a first time mom and not knowing much about induction, I was all for this, as I was very uncomfortable, sweaty, and swollen! 5:20am we left our house, headed for Aultman hospital in Canton. We arrived around 5:45, for our 6:00 scheduled arrival time. The nerves were insanely intense. I received a plethora of paperwork and "sign here, sign here, initial here" etc. from the nursing staff. I had my IV inserted, began to receive fluids to help keep me hydrated, and around 9:30am, received the Pitocin to begin inducing contractions. At the time of arrival at the hospital, I was around 1cm dilated, so not much going on there. I was 95% effaced, so they were glad with that progression! Time continued on throughout the day, lots of popsicles, ice chips, and doctors. Around 4:00pm, the doctors came to check me again: I was 3cm dilated, contracting often and intensely, and progressing but very slowly and not as well as they wanted me to at this point. At 5:52pm, I began a contraction that would be the most painful, longest, full body pain I have ever and will ever experience. This one contraction was at the maximum level of the monitors for the intensity and lasted until 6:43pm. That's when I begged for an epidural. The anesthesiologist came in at exactly 7:05pm to administer the epidural. My husband, who had been with me every single step and cry and pain of the way so far, had to leave the room for this part, so he went to the cafeteria to grab a quick bite to eat (they told us it would be 45 minutes until he was allowed back in the room).
The epidural process was a nightmare. I was having contractions the entire time, hysterically crying, hugging my nurse, Nikita, so tightly throughout the whole process. I missed my husband. I was scared and felt really alone...not to mention the astronomical amount of pain I was feeling from both the spinal tap that was happening behind me and the off the chart contractions happening in the front of me. The anesthesiologist was "just about done" with the epidural when I started to feel very light headed. More than just a little rush of pain killers. More than I had ever felt before. I noticed all of the machines begin to beep frantically. A kind of beeping sound you hear in movies or in medical drama TV shows. Then I heard "code blue room 432". I was in room 432. I started to black out. They had me roll onto my back and I saw the screen: my unborn child's pulse went from 165 to 35. My blood pressure went from 130/72 to 80/36. We were both completely crashing. We were both on our way out of this world. My husband came running into the room, panic on his face that I had never seen before in our 4 years together. The doctors and nurses came sprinting into the room. Gloves were flying. Needles were everywhere. My water was manually popped by Dr. Wang in an attempt to allow the baby to get his pulse back up and stop being under duress. I was told to get on my knees and arms and put my head to my chest and breathe. I received multiple shots (they told me at the time what they were for, but I'm not sure what...possibly to reverse the epidural?). So many things happening at once. I could barely breathe. I had an oxygen mask on my face. They were talking about an emergency c section. They had me get on my side.
It. Was. Frantic.
Then the beeping slowed. It was as if a calm wave of peace and normalcy just flowed into the room. Everything calmed down. My child's pulse went up to 150, my blood pressure was back up to 165/80. We were going to be okay. The fear and anxiety were very real at this point. It was around 8:15pm when they told me they were going to stop the pitocin and let us both chill out for a little bit. That was when I was told that the anesthesiologist pushed fentanyl into the epidural. FENTANYL. They say that fentanyl is worse than heroin. The remainder of the night from 9:00pm until 3:00am was mostly me getting checked every 15-30 minutes, the doctors putting fluid BACK INTO MY UTERUS, because I wasn't progressing and they shouldn't have popped my water, re-introducing pitocin again to get things moving, and then the pitocin continuing to cause my child's pulse to drop to anywhere between 40-60 with each contraction I was having. At 4:00am on August 17th, the doctors decided that the only option was to have an emergency C section. At 5:00am, they wheeled me into the operating room and at 5:34am on August 17, 2016, our little Lorenzo Joseph LaValle was born at 7 lbs 13oz and 19 inches long. The most incredibly horrifically indescribably magical 24 hours of my entire life!!
Lorenzo is breastfed. Breastfeeding came naturally at first for both he and I. I was really worried after having a c section that there would be too much time between birth and the first latch to have the connection that I dreamed about, but I was able to have him latch on within 25 minutes of his birth! The first few days were all about getting him to get a good latch and to stay on long enough to get what he needed. He's always been a good eater, so this wasn't too difficult for us!
About 3 weeks into our breastfeeding journey, there was an extremely violent pain every time he would latch. I had no idea what was causing this but it brought me to tears. We tried so many things to make it stop, but for some reason I just refused to stop breastfeeding. My husband offered to get bottles, formula, etc, but I refused and pushed through it. We took him for his 1 month check up (still in excruciating pain when latching) and he was diagnosed with Thrush. I didn't know what this was, but I also went to my doctors for my postpartum check up that week and was prescribed a cream for myself that I like to call miracle cream! After we made it through thrush, it has been smooth sailing ever since.
We have made it through my totally unexpected c section recovery, my gallbladder removal surgery, road trips to South Carolina, sinus infections for me, ear infections for both of us, and lots of other trials. But we have made it over 8 months with no end in sight!!
Most recently, I have began to donate my milk to another local mama who has adopted a baby girl. She had requested to have breast milk for her baby girl through a local breastfeeding website and I have since (about 3 months) been providing her with milk as well!
Breastfeeding has provided me with a bond with my son that is completely indescribable. It had provided him with nourishment, comfort, and so much more in the last 8+ months and I wouldn't trade it for the world!!"
UGH- all.the.emotions!!! Hearing Jen's story was a monumental moment for me. Not only did my admiration for her go way up, but just knowing us mamas are so incredibly tough. We would and will do anything to give our children everything. I'm so happy Jen agreed to show her story and her heart with me as I know it's a crazy, terrifying, yet beautiful journey we are all on...together! <3
HOW HAS IT BEEN 6 MONTHS?! Sheesh. I don't even know where to begin buuuut I will do my best to compile all my thoughts into a readable post ;)
I'm not sure if I have expressed my feelings on the post part/newborn phase but, if I'm being honest, it sucked. It took me a good 3 months to come around hormonally and emotionally. And why that may not seem like a long time, when you're going through it, it feels like an eternity. New motherhood was not what I thought it would be and it was tough. One thing I knew, is I created this beautiful baby, and no matter how hard this was, I would fight for the rest of my life trying my very best for him.
Fast forward to today: 6 months in! Life is MUCH more enjoyable. Asher has such a fun personality and makes me laugh so hard! While my days are often not as productive as I would prefer them to be, I have to understand I'm raising my baby and that's good enough most days! While I love being a SAHM, I also balance running two businesses and our entire household so it can be pretty crazy sometimes.
But, I finally feel like we are all getting a hang of this new life together. Watching my husband be a father, watching myself learn things as a mother, and even watching our family pup Millie want to be around Asher more, everything is just wonderful.
I was worried during those first few weeks and months. I wondered if I would ever have my "old life" back, and the truth is, no- I wouldn't. But things got better, and we had a new normal. We have a new normal. Don't get me wrong, not everyday is easy. There are days I want to cry, I want a break, and I lose my shit. I'm certain it wouldn't be motherhood if I didn't feel that way. But the "about to lose my shit" days are much fewer than they were just a few months ago. And the fact that my son lights up when he sees me now, makes the "job" much more rewarding. Knowing I'm the reason he smiles + laughs = ugh, true happiness!
I'd love to hear any thoughts/advice you seasoned mamas have for this stage of life! I feel like Asher is changing every single day and any thoughts you have, will be so helpful! I can't wait to hear from you! xoxo
I. adore. this. family! The Adairs were my very first shoot post baby & I couldn't have asked for a better family to welcome me back! Jennifer contacted me to capture some nursing photos of her & her beautiful daughter before they start the weaning process. After the nursing portion, we wanted to capture a few family & sibling shots. I absolutely loved the back drop of the Canton Garden Center for these photos! The freshly wet grass & trees made some beautiful greens in our photos!
There is just something SO special about in home sessions! I absolutely adore when my clients invite me into their new home & I get to photograph them as a brand new family! While I absolutely adored my son's newborn photos, it was quite the task packing him all up and getting out the door to our photographer's studio! Booking an in home session makes it SO convenient for you as a brand new family and allows you to be the most comfortable. Plus, you get adorable photos in your baby's nursery!
Baby Lucas was a dream to photograph! I don't think he fussed one time, which is another perk to having your baby in their own environment! Ryan + Marella, you guys did a great job with this handsome guy! <3
I am SO excited to do my first Friday Introductions post! I have had so many new faces popping up on my Instagram & business Facebook that I thought this would be a perfect way to welcome you all! :)
Of course, my name is Brittany. I am a 28 year old wife & brand new mama! I had my first baby, Asher Ryan, on June 9th of this year. Yesterday I posted his birth video and you can find it here :)
Aside from being a wife & mom, I am a Motherhood & Birth photographer. I have had the honor of capturing some of life's most incredible moments thanks to my amazing clients! I fell in love with photography a few years ago & just last year launched my Motherhood & Birth brand. I am so excited to see where the rest of this year takes me, once I am off maternity leave!
A few random facts about me are...
- I was an only child till I was 17, when my step mom & dad welcomed my beautiful baby sister. I can't believe she turns 12 in 2 weeks! <3
- My favorite movie is Home Alone
- My favorite food miiiiight have to be Taco Tuesdays :)
- Favorite TV show would have to be Orange is the New Black (Netflix counts, right?)
- My biggest fear in life is settling
- My favorite non-alcoholic drink is coffee and my favorite alcoholic drink is tequila. OH and Christmas Ale. Not together though, just trust me.
- Fall and football season is the best time of the year
- My favorite memory is taking my baby sister to Cedar Point last year for her birthday. Can't wait to do it again this month!
- If you can make me laugh, we will be instant best friends
- My husband and I have been together for 9 years, married 3
- He is a DJ and we met in a dance club...ha!
- I have a fur baby named Millie. She is an American Bull Dog and aside from my new son, she's the love of my life.
- I'm definitely an instant gratification person. I work out for 3 days and expect results :) Getting my "pre baby body" back is going to quite interesting I am sure
- My only regret in life is caring what others think
- And lastly, my dream job is a birth photographer. I am SO lucky to do what I do!
I hope you enjoyed learning a few things about me and my life outside of my camera! Please be sure to check out past blog posts and always check back for my newest! I'm so glad you stopped by! xo- B
SO here we are. Just about 36 weeks along and in the "home stretch". My body is continually growing, I can't breathe, and not peeing myself when I sneeze has become quite the sport. I did a post very similar to this earlier on in pregnancy, talking about all the things that the pregnancy books don't talk about. While I gave up reading those type of books much past 20 weeks, I'm not too sure what they would say about the last month of pregnancy but I would imagine it wouldn't include a lot of these!
1. Dealing with the question, "When are you due?"
I might just start lying. Because the real answer is, ANY DAY! I could go tomorrow, I could go in a week, I could go another month and a half.....I. don't. know. And the truth is, whenever my baby and body is ready! Sure my "estimated due date" is June 9 but between my chiropractor knowing how low baby's head is in my pelvis, to my husband noticing my belly changes, to the little lady at El Campesino's telling me "definitely boy", everyone suspects I'll go early. OF COURSE I would love for that to happen, BUT! I just want a healthy baby to come when he/she is ready. Now if I'm still pregnant past June 9, we might be whistling a different tune :)
2. Dealing with your maternity clothes getting too tight
Can we just seriously talk about this? When your maternity clothes are getting tight, we have a problem. Sure, maybe I put my maternity jeans in the dryer on accident once or twice, but those bad boys should be built to last! Especially for how much I paid for them! If you see me walking around with my belly hanging out soon, just know that shirt used to fit and I refuse to accept that it doesn't anymore. And I also refuse to spend any more money on maternity clothes with this little of time left! The episode of Friends with Rachel wearing that tank top comes to mind...let me see if I can find that image...
3. Jealousy of your spouse
This one I didn't see coming. And I feel bad for even admitting it but let's face it- it's real. My husband works his tail off. Once he finishes up his Mon-Fri career, he then DJs all weekend from bars around the area to weddings & special events. While I know he is working, I also know he enjoys it. He gets to dress up super nice, head out, play music, socialize with all sorts of people, and enjoy some cocktails. MAN do I miss being able to dress in a way that I felt snazzy, or beautiful, or sexy. NOT TO MENTION being able to sip on a cocktail! I stay home. Every weekend. In my half fitting clothes trying to focus my attention on anything but my sexy dressed husband sipping bourbon and talking about anything but pregnancy.
This one's a real treat. I will admit, there are times (mainly winter) where I don't focus on shaving as much. But knowing you're going to have a baby possibly any day now, you tend to want to keep all the areas cleanly cut. You would think someone would have invented a contraption for 9 month pregnant women to shave themselves with. Fairly certain Edward Scissorhands could do a better job. That is all.
5. The aches and pains
Sure you're toting around an extra 20-30 pounds in your front mid section with a baby's head lodged in your pelvis, of course you're going to be uncomfortable right? Well, you see, the thing is- these aches and pains that I'm specifically talking about COME OUTTA NO WHERE and they bring you down to the ground. I could be in the grocery store squeezing every avocado to see which one would make the best guac and BAM! Lightning sharp pain that from middle of my belly, down & out. Whewwwww. I'm all about pain and "waves" during labor. LABOR! You know, when you know you're going to meet your baby very soon? These pains are just down right unfair and mean. And so, so random.
And lastly, number 6. The emotions.
This one I will admit is probably in a few books somewhere. But it's worth mentioning. I have been nesting like a mad woman over the past week and when I'm done at the end of each day, I'm so physically and emotionally exhausted. Trying to think of every possible thing you "need" to get done before baby takes a huge toll emotionally. Knowing that you are are about to meet the face that you've been dreaming about for the past 9 months causes some crazy emotions too! And knowing that these are the last few weeks that you will be able to keep your baby as safe as you ever could is a pretty scary feeling. So know it's ok to lose your shit, it's ok to fall apart, and it's ok to cry when you're alone. You've been growing a human life inside of your body and you are about to welcome it into this world. If that doesn't give you a free pass to do whatever you want, I'm not sure what does! Don't be sorry and don't feel bad. Know that it's ok to tell people no. Set boundaries for yourself. And most importantly, trust yourself and your body. Know that everything that is happening (both physically & emotionally!) is preparing you to meet your precious baby anytime now. And that should be all you need. <3
Motherhood photography has always been a favorite of mine. From photographing a first time expectant mother to her birth to her journey throughout the stages of motherhood, I can't get enough! The bond between a mother & child is something I can never fully put into words. It is one of those moments in life you just need to see it, and in my case, photograph it.
Alexis and I went to high school together & I was one of the first people to know she was expecting! Alexis & her husband Dan hired me to document their entire pregnancy, birth & now a snippet of her journey as a mother. I will never tire of capturing & delivering these priceless images to my clients. I know these images mean the world to this mama & they should! This is a time in life that will pass far too quickly & I'm so glad she will have these portraits to remember the most precious days of their lives.
Sweet baby Stella was in the studio this past weekend for her 6 month old milestone session and oh. my. goodness! This girl is growing up way too fast!! I watched her enter this world & to see her getting so big is way too much for this pregnant mama to handle! :)
Her two big brothers tagged along for her photo shoot & Cruz even made a debut in a few! I don't photograph many babies outside that couple week old age, but Miss Stella might make me want to change that! <3
24 weeks! Holy. Cow! Technically, we are 6 months in, BUT good ol' pregnancy is measured by weeks and technicallyyyyyy I still have 4 months to go..
Baby is the size of a cantaloupe this week (uhh...!) and LOVES to have late night dance parties. Baby feels very low & rarely do I feel him/her moving much around above or even around my belly button. Speaking of, that sucker is about to pop out any day now!
I have been reading What to Expect & a few Ina May Gaskin books a great friend let me borrow. It's hard finding the time to read but I know these books contain so much information & will ultimately be a huge part in achieving the labor & birth I want. :)
While I have been beyond blessed with a pretty healthy and easy pregnancy so far, there have been a few scares! I'm not ready to talk about the first one but I know I will at some point. The other scare happened this past Monday. I woke up and was leaking a little bit of fluid. Luckily, our amazing team of midwives got us in for a check up & all was good! They're not entirely sure what caused it but they are certain it was not amniotic fluid & my cervix is thick & closed... *phew!* Not my idea of a good time but so, so thankful for good news!
Still no cravings yet! Meat rarely sounds appetizing so I need to focus on getting my protein through shakes & other protein enriched foods. Still seeing my chiropractor once a week which I strongly believe its going to be a HUGE successor for my birth plan! I'll be sharing my birth plan here in a few weeks, along with some tips on how to write your own birth plan :)
Overall, I am feeling fabulous. I get winded and feel exhausted much quicker than past stages so that's an adjustment. OH, and I think it should be outlawed to tell a pregnant woman how much she weighs at every prenatal appointment...!
Until next update, Baby Humes & I thank you for stopping by & reading about our adventures! xo-B
Whewwwww! Boy does it feel good to finally let the world know :) My husband and I are SO excited to be welcoming our first baby next June! <3
I wanted to write this blog post and just update y'all on how the first trimester went for me. I've had so many friends, family, & clients asking so what better way! :) I have been SO blessed to say I did not have morning sickness! I had maybe two occasions where I felt a bit queasy but both times where I allowed myself to get to the hangry state and I'm pretty sure I get that way regardless of having a human growing ;) My ONLY complaint/issue I have had during my pregnancy is most evenings (right about 8:30-9) I have a crazy itching attack. My skin gets SO itchy! The only thing that seems to help calm that is warm shower & then pure aloe vera. My midwife blames it on the increased blood flow in the body & the hormones. I think my child just likes to torture me ;)
Another update is we are NOT finding out the baby's gender until s/he is here! I am so excited to be surprised and what better motivation for labor?! Life just doesn't give you many amazing surprises like this and we just really want to embrace that. Plus, we have no preference on gender so it will be perfect!
And lastly, YES we have already hired a birth photographer! The amazing Amanda Ellis from Amanda Ellis Photography will be documenting our journey into parenthood! I am so thankful to have someone I can trust during this time to capture OUR story! Y'all know how passionate I am about documenting this time and to know ours will be captured makes me WAY too emotional to handle!
Thank you ALL for all the kind words & well wishes! I'm so excited to share my journey along the way! <3
When children are involved in a photo session, it's really a gamble on how long they will be "into" the photos. Brooklyn was an absolute DREAM to photograph a few weeks ago with her gorgeous momma! :)
We met at Silver Creek Metro Park in Norton (my hometown, go Panthers!) and we had just a few minutes of daylight. The photos we were able to sneak in came out magazine worthy!
I am so proud of the amazing momma this lady has become. Things have never been handed to her and she is always working hard to give Brooklyn the best life possible. Enjoy their sweet mommy-daughter session! <3
I always say how amazing and beautiful my clients are, BUT when they are someone you've known for over 10 years, it makes it THAT much better! :) Alexis and I have known each other since 6th grade (I think??!!) and when she asked me to document her journey into Motherhood, I was beyond honored.
Dan & Alexis have been married for 5 years now and are about to welcome their very first baby this December...which may I add is going to be a surprise gender!! I absolutely can't wait to photograph this family's birth story as I know it's going to be absolutely perfect, cuz let's be honest, they're pretty perfect! <3
I met up with these three (hehe) last Saturday at Sippo Lake Park in Massillon and it was absolute perfection! We had cooler but not too cool temperatures and just the perfect amount of colors for some beautiful photos. I'm so in love with how these images trend out & how much Alexis loves them! Hope y'all enjoy!!
This past Saturday I got to photograph the cutest kids!! Dallas who is 4, and baby Landrie, 4 months. I cannot say enough sweet things about these two! Dallas is one of the most photogenic kids & Landrie is one super happy baby! I have been photographing for this sweet family since January and when Lindsay had Landrie in her belly! I was also honored to take Landrie's Fresh 48 session at just a day old! <3 I am so blessed to have met this super sweet & loving family!
We met up at Monroe Falls Lake Park in Cuyahoga Falls, a place I have never been to but was suggested by the mama of these kiddos. This park had so many adorable back drops for photos! I will definitely be shooting there again this fall, for sure. I must find a baby bump to shoot against all those colors!! :)
Aren't they just the cutest?!? So happy mama has some photos to remember their personalities & quirks at this stage of life! <3
"Surround yourself with people who believe in your dreams" - Unknown
This weekend was a monumental time in my life. Not only did I turn another year older, but I truly had an ah-ha moment. Here I was Friday night, out with all my fabulous girlfriends, sipping on a cocktail, & I just stopped. These women were out celebrating not only my birthday, but they were celebrating ME. They brought thoughtful gifts, they said thoughtful things, but most importantly, they showed up. And it was at that moment I realized, these are my people.
I know this all sounds a bit dorky & perhaps a bit cliche. But this weekend, and these women, was MUCH needed. I work hard, every single day, to create a life I am proud to live. I work hard, every single day, to create an art that shows women and families, the truest beauty of birth & family photography. And to have people who not only notice that, but believe in it, is such a wonderful feeling.
Aside from my amazing friends, I have been taking part in a group with other creatives in the Akron/Canton community titled The Rising Tide Society. The sole purpose of this organization, is to encourage each other. To build community over competition. How inspiring it has been to connect with so many talented people who are right here in my area! Not only that, but I have been able to connect with other birth and family photographers from all over the U.S. and the amount of appreciation I have for those new found friendships is immeasurable.
The point of this Monday morning blog, is the quote that I started this off with. Surround yourself with people who believe in your dreams. It will light a fire inside of you that will never burn out. It will awaken a part of you that you didn't even know existed. Not only do I get to chase my own dreams, but I have surrounded myself with people that will support & encourage those dreams.
Take a deep look into your circle and your community. Are you competing or are you supporting? Are they supporting you? If not, make a change.
I had the absolute pleasure of photographing this beautiful mama Sunday evening! Can you believe this is her THIRD baby? And guess what? Baby #3 is her third girl! Her fiancé is going to have lots of girls to love on!!
Amber contacted me and once I found out she has never been photographed, I just knew I had to find the perfect spot for her session! People keep asking me where this session took place and you know what? I couldn't tell you if I wanted to! It took place in Canton on a path near Gervasi is about the best idea I can give! :)
I hope you enjoy these images as much as I do. Amber nailed her maternity look and her beauty as a mother just radiates in these photos! <3
The other evening, I was going through and organizing my photos from the past few months. After seeing so many beautiful maternity photos, I was compelled to write a post about them! It was hard not to post all 6 million of them, especially when I had to narrow them down to only five images!
Each of these photos make me feel something when I look at them. That is why I am so madly in love with photography, especially Motherhood photography. There is just something so overwhelmingly beautiful about a mother and it's a beauty I will never grow tire of!
In no particular, my top five favorite maternity images thus far...
Last Thursday, I got to photograph this beautiful mother & daughter! It's no question Motherhood is one of my favorite things to photograph! From brand new, first time families to moments like this. These photos took place at the Canton Garden Center and it made the perfect back drop for our session. This place is a beautiful place but it sometimes is overly saturated with photographers which can sometimes make getting the shots you want difficult. This night, everything was just perfect & I don't think I had one bad photo of these two!
I have known Jasmine for about 5-6 years now and watching her grow professionally and personally has been such an honor. I was there to watch her transform into Motherhood & if there was anyone on this earth born to be a mother, it's this woman. To watch how patient, understanding, and loving she is towards Layali almost brings me to tears! I'm so excited to see where life takes Jasmine next. One thing is for sure, Miss Layali will be right beside her <3
As long as I'm living, my baby you'll be