When planning our trip to Iceland I knew I needed to keep my kids warm and still look good for the crazy load of photos! Luckily, I found Chasing Windmills Kids, a company that makes merino wool (not so) basics. The mustard patched long johns worked perfectly with Iceland’s geography. Pair the shirt with bright rainbow fringe leggings from Indi Scout as well as a couple selected hand knitted items and I have a child that perfectly matches the wonderful geo-thermal mud pits of Iceland. Thankfully she smells a bit better than they did though!
A picture is worth a thousand words. I could sit here and tell you how Randi Mooney of Grow Lovely Photography has a knack for capturing the care free and fun loving spirit of children. As well as how her models always seem to be having the time of their lives and making wonderful memories. However, I think her photos will do a far better job of spreading that message.
Indi Scout dresses them for their great adventure of childhood with clothing that’s practical, fun, and sustainable.
We have finally reached the day where if we listen close enough…
The wind whispers secrets through our hair…
The birds sing stories of hope to make us smile again…
And the ground welcomes our feet for some skin to earth contact.
This is the photo story of Barefoot Babe.
Photography and Styling: @gbeloved
Accessories: Modern Queen Kids, A Tiny Arrow