Last Thursday night I felt like a little kid again. It was supposed to snow over night, and I was so excited about the possibility of work being canceled, the chance to sleep in, and the idea of waking up to a winter wonderland outside and spending the day with my hubby. Though I didn't sleep with my pajamas inside out, the odds were ever in my favor, and I woke up to a world turned white. If you've ever lived in North Carolina, you know that snow is a big deal. It doesn't happen often, and when it does, the world shuts down. I love this. I love how God uses snow to make us slow down. His word commands us to rest, and I'm convicted by how often I choose to ignore this command. All this to say, I was so thankful for a chance to relax and enjoy a quiet day. I was supposed to have a maternity shoot on Sunday at Pilot Mountain, but Tiffany, Daniel and I decided to stay a little closer to home since the roads were still pretty bad. We ended up spending the afternoon together at the Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden in Greensboro. The park was technically closed due to the weather, so I felt a little rebellious trekking through in my black (not at all suited for snow) boots. It ended up being the most beautiful day to shoot. The sun was out, but snow still blanketed the ground, and it was absolutely stunning. I knew of Tiffany and Daniel through Mercy Hill Church, but this was actually my first time meeting them and their little pup, Bella. We had a blast working together and getting to know one another, and I am so excited for their baby-to-be! Below are some of my favorites from the shoot. I hope you enjoy!