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From the monthly archives:

October 2010

Ants in his pants (but really cute shots!) + an adorable 2-year-old

October 28, 2010

I had the privilege tonight of shooting the P family.  They were so fun, easy-going and they really have a handsome and sweet 4-year-old.  We (he and I) got into an ant bed while we were taking pictures.  We were too busy exploring before we realized it!  I felt terrible about it, but he (and [...]

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Beautiful skies and beautiful family

October 19, 2010

I had the opportunity to photograph this family in December of 2008.  It was literally like 40 degrees that day, and we just did not get to shoot a lot outdoors.  Little M was only six months old, and E was three so we came inside (and at that time I did not shoot indoors), [...]

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Cuteness times two

October 17, 2010

These twin girls are so precious, and I’m so happy that I had the opportunity to photograph them and their parents.  The mom and I are hometown friends, but I hadn’t seen these girls since they were babies.  They are adorable, and I loved capturing these moments of them discovering new things.

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I love fields with weeds

October 15, 2010

Seriously.  These weeds are pure beauty to me.  Jennifer saw this field, we drove to it and I just knew the way the sun set that we could capture some great shots. So, my good friends D & M and their beautiful, funny sweet little 5 year old drove to it this evening.  They were [...]

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New product just in time!

October 6, 2010

So excited to announce this new product just in time for Christmas!  I have been wanting something different and I think these fit that.  I love them, and I hope you do too!  New die-cut shaped cards – available in all the same paper types. The price will be $1.50/ea. but the great thing is [...]

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So why is an 8×10 $24?

October 3, 2010

Because it’s not just about the cost of the print… It’s about loading the kids up…with the ladder and ottoman, because we have full intentions to jump a fence. Unloading the circus… Only to realize this isn’t the spot we want. And because the kids are about to cry because the Mamas want to BREAK [...]

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