Friday Feature and a GIVEAWAY

Friday Feature is a biweekly blog post about whatever the heck we feel like featuring here on our blog.

From local small restaurants, new pumpkin patches, donut shops or online businesses.

If you’d like to be involved or featured, please send us an email –

This week the feature is Canadian children’s clothing brand


Devon’s Drawer.


A mother daughter- how awesome is that, run shop that makes ethical, heirloom clothing for modern kids.

Their clothing is made with quality so it will last. The attention to detail is impeccable and the details,

like peter pan collars and tiny adorning pom poms are whimsical and wonderful. We are fans.


We paired Thea’s outfit with a mustard cardigan from Wild Wawa and Beau’s suspenders are second hand but H and M.


Would you like to win a $125 gift card to their shop? Here is how:


1.) Comment ON THIS BLOG POST with your favorite piece from Devon’s Drawers fall/winter collection.

2.)Tag as many friends as you’d like on the instagram post associated with the giveaway. Each tag is one entry.

3.) Follow both Devon’s Drawer (@devonsdrawer) AND Hobbs Photography (@hobbs_photoandfilm) on INSTAGRAM.


It’s that simple. Good luck!


< Must be 18+ to enter. This giveaway is not associated with facebook or instagram. >



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  • Sarah Kinzel09/14/2018 - 9:08 AM

    I have been adoring these clothes from afar. I love the Cohen OverallsReplyCancel

  • Logan09/14/2018 - 9:12 AM

    Thank you for introducing me to Devon’s  Drawer! Their pieces are so adorable and practical, I have a feeling I might’ve buying a piece or two for my littles even if I don’t win the giveaway. But I have to say I am loving the front onsie! And another romper, but I already forget the name🙈.ReplyCancel

  • Heidi Kenny09/14/2018 - 9:38 AM

    Love the mustard cardigan ReplyCancel

  • Sammy Merritt09/14/2018 - 11:46 AM

    I love the Cass Romper!ReplyCancel

  • Sammy Merritt09/14/2018 - 11:47 AM

    Love the Cass romper!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Withers09/14/2018 - 12:42 PM

    In love with the rust pants and Thea’s suspender skirt. Also just in love with small batch ethically handmade clothing 🙌🏻ReplyCancel

  • Carie09/14/2018 - 12:48 PM

    I love it all but my favourites are definitely the Emily Dress for my daughter and the Women’s June Culottes for me! 😊ReplyCancel

  • Felicia09/14/2018 - 1:54 PM

    I love the Coleridge shirt and wilems pants (I forget the spelling) for boys and all of the dresses! There’s a long sleeve called Sylvia I believe that I think is adorable! ReplyCancel

  • Laura Schroeder09/14/2018 - 2:19 PM

    The Lewis wool jacket is super cute!ReplyCancel

  • Sindy K09/14/2018 - 6:26 PM

    Everything is adorable and timeless but I cannot get over how cute the mustard cardigan is! ReplyCancel

  • Meg09/15/2018 - 5:46 AM

    Love mustard anything. So cute!ReplyCancel

  • Lindsay09/15/2018 - 7:56 AM

    Tough choice, but I think the Maya dress is my favorite!  Those details!ReplyCancel

  • Erica09/15/2018 - 11:38 AM

    Everything is so beautiful! I love the Lewis Corduroy Jacket! ReplyCancel

  • Sarah09/16/2018 - 1:43 PM

    Thank you for sharing this beautiful brand with us! I’m now in love with the slick-er ReplyCancel

  • Katherine Smith09/16/2018 - 3:43 PM

    IM IN looooove with the Sylvia dress – my kids are part Japanese and the traditional print is so gorgeous ❤️ReplyCancel

  • Tess09/16/2018 - 3:58 PM

    If I have to choose one, the frost onesie. But the Earnest onesie, the solly romper, the lily pants, and the cohen overalls all tie for second favorite. ;)ReplyCancel

  • Laura09/16/2018 - 4:34 PM

    Lewis quilted jacket or maya dress!ReplyCancel

On Air With Ryan Jespersen


Hobbs Photography captures a mother holding her four daughters close.These two country girls were back in the city yesterday!  We were on air at The Ryan Jespersen Show talking about A Mother’s Beauty and the ongoing struggles with Facebook and Instagram’s community guidelines.  If you missed it, you can listen HERE.  While we certainly didn’t begin our A Mother’s Beauty series with the intent of facing off against social media’s hypocritical community standards, a definitive double standard clearly exists.  So, we’re just going to keep on keeping on and advocating for change.

xx Aimee & Jenna

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Email us at for information about your own A Mother’s Beauty experience in studio this fall or look at our Information and Pricing for Family Sessions.

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    Edmonton Photographers Are Tired of Having Their Work Censored

    twins cry while being breastfedSix years ago, we began our A Mother’s Beauty journey.  We hoped, in some small way, to make a difference in the handful of women we photographed.  To help them feel that they are enough, just as they are.  That they are worthy.  That the boundless love they express for their children could be shared with themselves.

    Our first year, we volunteered local family and friends.  After that, a growing circle of mothers, in Edmonton and beyond (with applications coming in from Calgary, Whistler, Winnipeg and abroad) wanted to participated.  It became pretty clear women were ready to be heard.  Women have had enough of being told time and again that they are somehow broken and inadequate.   Social media, of course, is an extension of our society’s climate and always seems to be lagging.

    We are confident this body of work is needed.  We see its value reflected in the women we photograph.  We see its value reflected in the women around the world who see themselves finally represented in media.  And we hope we will continue to see its value reflected in a different future for our children.  This morning we had the opportunity to visit CBC Radio to talk about why we began this project and the struggles of honestly photographing mothers in a way that will almost certainly result in images being removed from social media.  LISTEN HERE for the full interview.

    As always, we’re thankful you’re here.

    xx Aimee & Jenna

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