Megan Soto

Megan Soto
Megan moved to St. Augustine for college in 2007 and has called it home ever since. She has a bachelors degree in psychology that she doesn’t use, but pays for every month. Megan is a single mom to three amazing kids and runs her photography business Megan Soto Photography.

5 Easy Ways to Break Your Phone

*DING* I get a notification that it's time to pick a topic for my next blog post. I try to read said message, but, having gone for a swim recently, my phone keeps kicking me...

Beating the Fear of Feeding in Public | #PBAP2016

It was July 2014 and I was up late scrolling photography forums as I frequently did back then. I was talking with some people about some editing software when I noticed the cover photo...

Why Our Family Eats Out of the Dumpster

My kids love fruit. Cantaloupe, peaches, grapes, apples, bananas, honey dew, blueberries, raspberries - you name it they love it. I love that my kids have a large variety of healthy foods that they...

Amnesia Mom

Amnesia mom is a term I've created for the mom whose kids are grown and who has seemingly forgotten what life is like with babies and toddlers. You likely run into her in the...

“My Favorite Part of Being Dad”

I wanted to put a piece together celebrating dads for fathers day, but felt like fathers would do a better job writing about fatherhood than I could. So I asked some locals dads what their...

Finding the Beauty

Some days the ugly in the world seems overwhelming. Some days the hate in the world seems unbearable. Some days the fear in our lives seem suffocating. Yesterday was one of those days. I recently...

In Solidarity of Screwing Up

I was at the park last week and a toddler walked up and hit my toddler. Out of nowhere her mother runs up, smacks her daughter on the behind and yells "no hitting!" then...

Why I Love My Midwife

I have long thought my midwife--and the midwives who studied under her on their journey to midwifery--was some form of super human. The more people I talk to, the more I am convinced midwives...

When Your Siblings Have Autism

Growing up I was obsessed with the idea of having a sibling. My parents split when I was super young, which meant every time my mom would as much as look at another male...