Monthly Archives: August 2009

Pickles | Things I’ve Been Doing Since I Left My Desk Job

I’ve already had one full week away from my desk job and the reality of my new schedule is finally setting in. I have TIME! Time to clean my house everyday; time to walk around the lake and go to yoga every day; time to read; time to write; time to clean out my closet...

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Kostine Family | Portraits at the Arboretum

Check out this good lookin’ family! I had a blast hanging out with them at the Washington Park Arboretum. The weather was picture perfect and we covered a lot of ground in this couple hundred acre park. Can you believe these are their very first professional family pictures? They told me they’ve been wanting to...

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Sage | One Year

What are little girls made of? Sugar and spice and everything nice. That’s what little girls are made of. This little darling lives up to her name…and I want to clone her cuteness! Sage got to wear some great outfits during our session. Two of her dresses once belonged to her grandma. She’s already rockin’...

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Meehan Family | Portraits at Home

Last week, I got to hang out with the Meehan Family…twice! On my first visit to the Meehan home I got to hang out with Big Sis while Mommy tried to soothe an angry Little Brother. Big Sis showed me all the fun toys in her room and the great view she has from her...

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Tylen & Tielor | 2nd Birthday

I can’t believe it’s been two years! Last weekend we celebrated the two year anniversary of my nephews, Tylen and Tielor’s, birth. The boys were a few months old when they first met and they’ve been brothers ever since.It’s funny to think that they were born on the same day in the same hospital just...

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Brady & Lonna | In Love

I don’t even know where to begin explaining my adoration for this amazing couple. They. Are. Awesome. And I’ve been dying to photograph them for months! But, as I sit here replaying their slide show over and over thinking of all the great things I want to say about them, I’m so moved by their...

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Shoultz Family | Portraits at the Beach

Working with large groups can be a challenge. I remember my days working forĀ a portrait studio where no one wanted to get stuck with a big family. It’s one thing to try and get a three year old to look at you and smile. It’s another thing to get a three year old, two five...

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