Author: Elizabeth Jones

Elizabeth is a Washington native who moved to Wenatchee in 2011. She is happily married to her best friend Andy and together they have two young children. She is a stay at home mom who wouldn’t want to spend her days any other way. She is a self proclaimed “over sharer” who enjoys documenting her family’s day to day life on Instagram, often joking that her children are the most photographed kids in history. Her husband and her children are the center of her universe and if she had any free time, she’d choose to spend it with them. Her family is everything, but she manages to squeeze in some time for football too. She is a lifelong Seahawks fan whose favorite time of year has always been football season and when she’s not cheering on her Hawks, she enjoys watching her husband play for the Wenatchee Valley Rams.

Because of her.

When you think of Mother’s Day, you typically think of family gatherings, store-bought greeting cards, flowers, celebrations and happiness. When you log into your social media accounts you are met with numerous pictures of moms, long narratives written by grateful children, and a detailed account of the day’s festivities. It’s a joyous occasion for all, […]

In the picture

[This is the second in a series of posts by Elizabeth Jones about the importance of moms getting in the picture with their families.] The Monday morning after Easter, I grabbed my camera and threw my memory card into the laptop. I couldn’t wait to see the pictures that were captured of my daughter’s first […]

I was there, too.

If you are anything like me, the lives of your children are well documented. There isn’t a milestone that my camera has missed. One day my children will be able to look back at their chubby baby cheeks, toothless grins and first steps. I have daydreams of my someday grown children sitting down with their […]