Photographed this sweet family for the second time and I can’t believe I’m saying goodbye to photography as a profession. Entering the world of psychology again is daunting but also exciting. Two glorious years of graduate school … and no, I’m not being sarcastic … I really love school. Where it will lead? We shall see. Thank you to all my past clients for the support and love. I will miss photographing your sweet lives with loved ones, kiddos, and dogs.
Third and final time photographing this cute family. This momma is absolutely beautiful and her kiddo has style! If either of them wanted to share their hair with me, I would so take it! Thank you for trusting me with capturing your boy’s early years. It’s been a pleasure.
This was my 3rd time photographing the T family and I just love every session with them. It’s been so fun watching their family grow and interacting with their energetic boys! While I only spend a couple hours with each family I photograph, it’s so very clear that this family is full of love and support of one another.
I photographed this session quite a while ago but at the time, I had taken a break from blogging any of my sessions. Now that I’m getting ready to shoot a bit more, I thought I’d add in some of the sessions here. I just adore this family! Their in-home session will be hitting the blog next week and it includes their new little one.
I love it when I meet a family that I just click with. The T family was just that. They are a sweet family with two high-energy boys that remind me of my two older brothers when we were growing up. Little “E” was pretty cold, but he toughed it out for me. I’m always so thankful when I meet moms that don’t stress over everything being so completely perfect. Kids are kids … while perfectly polished families can make for some pretty pictures, they can also lack a deeper beauty that comes with just being who you are and capturing those moments that reflect you as a family. So of course … put some effort into styling for your photos, but keep it you and don’t worry if something is misplaced or imperfect.