What a fun morning this was! The weather was beautiful, the mountains were lovely, there was a scent of fall in the air, and these kids were too cute for words 🙂
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I’m finally ready to post a few more from my Christmas baby. And while he was all kinds of adorable, his big sister really stole the show. What a doll! Big yawn:
Meet Nadia: Is she gorgeous or what?! She’s modeling a hat and apron from Polka Dots and Posies. Nadia’s mom and I go waaaaay back. She, Nadia’s mom, has an Etsy shop called Nadia’s Place, where she sells her hand-made toys: Aren’t they cute?! I’ll post more of our beautiful Nadia later, I just couldn’t […]
I thought this photo was too funny to not post. This was part of a product photo shoot I did this morning. Her mom makes the most adorable dresses and bloomers! You’ll find her link in my sidebar (Polka Dots and Posies).
So I had some of my favorite kids over for pictures on Saturday. I first took pictures of this little gal when she was just sitting up. It has been so much fun to see them grow. We started off with some pics of the kids in their darling outfits: And then we did something […]
I had a little “just for fun” photo shoot with my boys. They LOVE their Paper Jamz. The life of a rock star is sometimes hard. He thought his hair was hilarious but decided he’d rather not have his picture taken: There were some smiles too, but I just didn’t like them as much — […]
Today I had to opportunity to take pictures of this bubbly little gymnast. I never took gymnastics as a kid so this was my first time in a fully equipped gym and I have to tell you, it looked like fun! If I weren’t a klutz and a coward I’m sure I would have been a fabulous gymnast […]
Given that this sitting included TWO babies, we took A LOT of pictures. So it’s hard for me not to post a bunch. Sorry if this is picture overload for you, but I can’t help myself. Here are some more of mom’s hats: And here is the talented lady herself: And here is big sister:
Sometimes the perfect group shot is just not in the cards. We tried. We bribed, we told jokes, we acted silly, but it just was not to be. We had three issues to overcome: 1. My oldest has forgotten how to smile naturally. He kind of makes a scary face instead. 2. My middle child […]
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