In Where the Heart Is, I’m photographing the overlooked moments of my life with small children that I worry I will forget; the ones that define the experience of childhood but are not otherwise milestone moments. Not every moment of my parenting journey has been picture-worthy or happy or even one that I care to remember; many of them, in fact, have been ones I would rather forget—ones that I certainly hope my children don’t recollect. But amongst the chaos and the mess and the raised voices, I know something amazing must be unfolding in my home, even if I struggle sometimes to see it. Where the Heart Is grounds me—it helps me find the beauty in our everyday, even as those days have tears and tantrums. It is my life raft in this rocky sea of parenting.