It has been a crazy few weeks! Here we are in the middle of a pandemic (something I never thought I would say) and while scary, it's also forced me to reevaluate what is important while simultaneously losing my mind. It's forced me to wear hats that I never thought I would have to wear, yet here I am. One of those hats is teacher! While I've helped with homework, I never thought I would have to actually be responsible for preparing my child for the following year. It's been stressful, but enjoyable. It's forced me to look at the best way my child can learn and retain information and how to tap into that! Pinterest has become my best friend! She loves Art and creating, so anything I can do to incorporate that into her curriculum is a winner. Last week, we decided to go on a Nature Scavenger Hunt in our neighborhood. She insisted that she take her camera to capture the adventure. Watching her explore and take pictures got me thinking...how many other kids are out there that would love to learn about photography and explore their environment? I got online and started researching Kid's Photography Curriculum's. I was surprised to find only ONE decent one, and I purchased it. I have elaborated on it, and added some extras. We've looked at creating different camps for different age groups. The ideas are flowing, and thus, Kidtography was born! I have created a landing page for kiddos to learn and explore. While I love photography, we will also have a special guest on every now and again to do Art Tutorials, and we hope to grow this page! Head on over to our FB page Kidtography to check it out, and to reserve your seat for our upcoming ONLINE camp on April 13-17th. There is no charge for this camp in light of everything going on! We are in this together! While this is tough for parents, it's also tough for our littles. They are missing their regular routines, their friends and teachers, and the freedoms that come with being a kid and exploring. This can be a great opportunity to explore new hobbies and get them thinking outside of the box.