The Greene Family added another sweet boy to their family, Easton. He is quite handsome looking very much like his older brother, Cooper when he was a baby. I was so excited to get to photograph Easton and the whole Greene Family again. You may remember their maternity session several months ago. I honestly love seeing the transition from belly to baby, it's incredible to watch and even more incredible to experience. Lyndsi & Andrew- Congratulations on being parents to two now!
The weekend before last is when I got to meet the oh.so.presh Hadleigh Jane. I thoroughly enjoyed all of the accessories Miss H's Mommy had for her, it definitely made me want a girl about a billion times more! :) Hadleigh was one of the most content babies I've had the opportunity to meet so she made my job so very easy! The Daddy/Daughter pictures we captured are some of my favorites ever, there's just something especially sweet about a new Daddy and his baby girl....my heart melted. I literally cried as I edited this session because the outcome was just absolutely perfect in my eyes.
Jeremy & Jada- thank you for having me out and allowing me to create these images for you. I truly hope they will grace the walls of your home for a lifetime. My greatest hope is that you love these as much as I do...
Hugs & Love,
This is the one that is now on my top 5 favorite shots of all time list:
It's Thanksgiving morning, everyone is still asleep but me. I wanted to use this quiet time to reflect and document all of the things for which I am grateful. These are in no particular order:
The God given perseverance Isaac and I have had to do anything and everything it takes to keep our marriage moving forward.
Jonah and the accomplishments I've been able to watch him make, his health, his personality, his spirit, the joy he brings us daily, and the opportunity I've been given to be his mother.
My job - I may complain at times but there are too many people in much, much worse situations.
My home - it's smaller than I'd like, not in the neighborhood I'd prefer, but it's warm and homey and it holds my family.
Isaac and his never-ending attempts to "lighten" me up. He loves me unconditionally, through the bad and the good. He's a great father and friend. He will always carry a piece of my heart.
Walker, my four legged son...he's touched my heart in ways no human can.
My Mom, she is one of the strongest women I know. She's shaped me into the woman I am today.
My brothers, they've always been my protectors and I believe they always will be.
My cat, she's my white, fuzzy friend. Her companionship is limited because she's a cat, but I still love her.
My best friends Trish, Christy, and Brandi. I miss you ladies beyond measure and I hope someday, we live in the same state again. I know we don't talk often enough because life moves so quickly, but I love how we always pick up where we left off. I love you all more than you know and think of each of you daily!
My health, cancer free now for almost 11 years. No other major health issues. Ever.
The future, I'm excited about the possibility of a new home and a new addition to our family. I'm even more excited that we have the resources and ability to potentially grow and move forward in the ways we want.
My car, the 4-Runner. I'm grateful to have something reliable and dependable to cart my family and I around.
My church, our pastor never fails to inspire and challenge me. My spirituality is not where I know it needs to be and I'm grateful to be part of a church who gently pushes me in the right direction.
The hearts I've had the privilege to touch through photography.
I know there are many, many more but these are the biggest ones. I hope you'll take some time today to reflect on the things for which you're grateful. It's a great exercise to put things into perspective, particularly if you've been going through difficult times.
Last Saturday morning I headed to Kerri's house for their family session. I was so excited because the other times I've had the opportunity to hang out with them we've had so much fun! It was pretty darn cold but I think we got some amazing shots in the early morning light. I know I say it a lot, but I love when clients trust me on the morning light! Thank you, Barnett family, for having me in your new home and for choosing me to capture your gorgeous family! I hope you'll love these for a lifetime...
I call her my NC mom; we've known each other for almost 5 years now, since I started at Wachovia. I wanted to give her something special that I knew she would love so we got together to take some family photos a couple of weeks ago. Her kids are hilarious and we all laughed a lot and had a ton of fun!