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Posts from the Holidays Category

Oh man, y’all… Blogging… What can I tell you? It’s obviously not my thing. So I’ll skip the apologies and just share some of my favorite pictures and families from over the past couple (uh… six?) months.

I’ve done maternity sessions that quickly turned into newborn sessions (did you know that when you hire me to take pictures of your baby it’s also mandatory that I get to snuggle with your baby?), I’ve had 8,032 family sessions for the Christmas season (I love family sessions with all my heart), and an awesome, amazing, wedding (Weddings! Who knew that they would quickly become my favorite thing to do!).

Without further ado…

BABY!

Oh that glorious, shining light in these kids :)

(I couldn’t decide between these two pictures.. I mean really, could you? Look at those CHEEKS!)

Weddings! Brides, listen up… You want to do a first look before your wedding, seriously. It’s one of the most amazing intimate moments you will get with your groom all day long. They will still tear up and get all emotional on you when you walk down that aisle, even if they’ve seen you already :)

Phew! It was an amazing fall/winter/spring time for me with these lovely people! I can’t wait for the summer time, I know it’s hot, but that’s why you have hoses, water guns and swimsuits! Because whose kid doesn’t look super adorable in a swimsuit?

If you’re looking for some new, fresh family photos, now is the perfect time! If you have a new squishy one that needs to be cuddled, I mean captured in photos, they will only be this age once, get them in print before those little piggies become big piggies.

Thanks to all my families for allowing me to be part of your life, if only for a short period of time. I treasure these moments, and I hope you do to!

Easter was a lot more fun this year (in my opinion) with Bryce because she could participate, and she loved it! She had so much fun trying to find the eggs around the yard. We did two egg hunts this year, one at Wes’ cousins house and one at my grandmothers house. The one at the cousins house had eggs with treats inside (and of course I had forgotten my camera…), but the eggs at my grandma’s were empty. Sad. Bryce was disappointed to say the least when she found nothing in the eggs the second time around.

But the pictures sure are cute :)

This is just one of many bunny decorations to be found at my grandmothers:

She was a super-speedy egg finder!

We had to keep stealing eggs out of her basket because we ran out of eggs to hide and she kept wanting to find more!

Some eggs were hanging out on dad’s feet. I remember finding eggs in my grandpa’s shirt collar, he was sitting in the same chair that Wes was sitting in. I think they would have gotten along :)

That face kills me :)

My grandmother grows the prettiest daffodils!

All done with the egg hunt this year.

We are so lucky to have a professional chef in our family! My aunt made the best coconut cake. Complete with peeps on top!

Bryce is still looking for candy in the eggs..

One more of the cake for good measure :)

And some beautiful tulips to end :)