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The Last of the Holidays

The Last of the Holidays | www.eccentricowl.comThe Last of the Holidays | www.eccentricowl.comThe Last of the Holidays | www.eccentricowl.com  A few shots of our Christmas Eve, which we spent with my in-laws. I made two apple pies (well, actually, three, but one was Paleo for my side of the family), and then we went to a cookie-decorating party at my sister-in-law’s house, where the kids reveled in the amount of frosting they were able to smear on their cookies. Asa had his first Christmas cookie, which he thoroughly enjoyed, and he watched through the window as his bigger cousins played a game of football on the lawn.  The Last of the Holidays | www.eccentricowl.comThe Last of the Holidays | www.eccentricowl.comThe Last of the Holidays | www.eccentricowl.comThe Last of the Holidays | www.eccentricowl.comThe Last of the Holidays | www.eccentricowl.com

I hope you’ll bear with me and I get used to something other than style blogging! I am still very much used to having photo-based posts, but I’d love to share more everyday life (which right now consists of a lot of naps, a lot of messes, and a lot of Asa doing weird things) with you all. I am not used to indoor photography as much, though, because I tend towards using natural light, which is harder to find inside.

Practice makes perfect, though! I understand now why so many bloggers have just moved their entire residence from one site to another under a completely different name when they decide to shift the content of their blog. It’s hard to reconcile the feel of your usual content with the feel of new content while still keeping it sort of cohesive.

I like my blog name, though, so I don’t really want to change that. Do any of you do lifestyle blogging? What has helped you the most to keep your overall posts feeling cohesive?

Happy Monday!

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