Most people think of basketball when you say March Madness, but in my home March Madness has everything to do with two toddlers and fickle weather. This post is a part of a blog circle with several of the other fabulous workshop teachers from around the country. At the end, make sure you follow the link to the next post to see other interpretations of the March Madness theme!

We have had a beautiful March. We have also had a really rainy, yucky March. Those two things combined equal March Madness in my house. Milo doesn't understand why one day we can spend the day outside, while the next mama says its too rainy. We have had several flood warnings, followed by three or four of the most glorious, sunny days. We have been able to spend evenings after dinner playing a few holes at the golf  course with the kids in tow. Their favorite part of the golf course? The puddles, of course!

March Madness, Blog Circle, photographing the every dayIt was so sweet the way they played together, splashing in puddles while carrying a golf club and golf ball around. March Madness, Blog Circle, photographing the every daySawyer followed her big brother around from puddle to puddle, wanting to be just like him. I love how this image shows that dynamic between them, with Milo up ahead and Sawyer watching a bit behind.March Madness, Blog Circle, photographing the every daySawyer was so excited that she fell face first into the puddle. She was such a muddy mess. Luckily, it didn't spoil her mood and she was up and running  moments later.March Madness, Blog Circle, photographing the every dayTalk about March Madness. A week before this was taken, Milo was running up and down the grassy hills of the course. Now he was shin high in water (and probably waste high if we didn't stop him from going in too far!)March Madness, Blog Circle, photographing the every day

What does March Madness look like for Cathy Mores, fellow CONFIDENCE teacher and awesome photographer from Kansas? Make sure you follow the link to her blog to find out!

*Neyssa*

P.S. There's still spots left for next weekend's workshops! Sign up to finally learn how to take better photos for your upcoming trip, or even just to capture those fleeting moments like the ones I've shown here! Email me at info@neyssalee.com if you have ANY questions!

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