Another new life arrived for photographs this week. She was 21 days new. She brought along her adorable big sister who enjoyed all of Olivia’s toys and patiently waited her turn. We started at Lake Rasmussen which is a close to my place. It was as beautiful as ever there. This was also the first time big sis (she is two) got to hold her sister. It was very sweet to watch. She was very gentle and loving as you can see.
I used some very precious tie backs from Carli. The white fawn and the green ones are from her shop. If you are local and make newborn props message me. I’d love to add some more pretties to my collection.
Here are just a few of my favorites of this darling family.
Here is another gorgeous family! And they included their parents this day. Which just melts my heart. It makes me think of my grandparents who I miss deeply. They always told me that they were ornery. Which was far from the truth. Maybe a little fiery, but sweet as pie. And these adorable two were just like them.
I loved all the one liners from Austin Powers, Princess Bride, and Zoolander movies. I know there were a ton more because I was constantly laughing. Yes, you are ridiculouslygood-looking. Thanks for all the smiles and laughs you guys.
What a lovely family. How can I have the most amazing clients?! I think kind, amazing families stick close to other kind, amazing families. So I want to say THANK YOU for the referrals everyone! You are sending me such wonderful friends and family. I am forever grateful! I leave with a gigantic smile each time feeling renewed with joy and passion in my craft.
These angelic littles were so beautiful and adored each other. We played and giggled and I loved how the parents made them belly laugh. We explored a few different areas of my favorite location.
I hope you all are having a fabulous vacation. Between all my sessions you can find me at the beach or on the water.
Somehow I booked four sessions in a week. So I’ve been non stop editing everyday. That’s the most I’ve ever done in one week. But I thought, how is that different from a wedding? It’s still less photos to edit. A typical wedding can be around 800 photos to edit.
It’s been a whirlwind, but I wouldn’t change a thing. Olivia is out already, but now we are brushing up on some swim classes so we are ready for all that summer has to bring. I’m currently making our bucket list of things to do. Dylan asked if we could go to Amazon to have lunch with Grammy. I thought that was super cute. We used to visit often at Microsoft, but we haven’t been to amazon yet. He must be curious about all the packages I buy from there.
This adorable family came to me for their son’s graduation pictures back in the fall. I love how playful and fun they are together. The kids (well they are both adults) remind me a lot of my brother and I. The same distance apart and I was older just like them. I just told them to do what I would do to my brother. 🙂
Here are my favorites! They promised me a fun pic would be over the mantel so I’m hoping it’s the jumping shot!
It’s quite helpful for me when we have great weather. So sessions are in full force right now. I’ve opened up a time slot on Sunday mornings to help free up some time on Saturdays. This may work well for some of you.
I met this adorable family last weekend at one of my favorite parks to shoot at. It was an overcast day, which I personally love. I have more freedom to stand wherever I want and use up all the pretty backgrounds. And I thought I loved fall the most. Spring is just as beautiful.
These two boys sure have grown. Such polite little ones. They will be breaking hearts with those blue eyes!
Ahhhh, the day it snowed was this little guy’s afternoon session. So after sledding, snowman building, snowball fights, and hot cocoa I headed over for my baby fix and met my neighbors.
The little guy was so content and happy. The moment he started to the fuss his daddy, the baby whisperer, had some amazing tricks that soothed him immediately. They also had a 10 month old puppy that was smitten by the new edition. He nuzzled him and laid gently beside him. It was so sweet to watch. I don’t think I’ve seen a dog behave with a newborn so well so young.
It was pretty much a perfect day for me. It was a gift. I followed up with one more session to close out 2016. What a wonderful year for my little business. Not every shoot was blogged, but if you look back I had quite of variety of sessions. Congratulations to the engagements, babies, weddings, and graduates this past year. It’s touches me deeply to observe all these life moments and to see your children grow each year. I’ve met so amazing people from all over our area. In fact, this was a funny encounter. As I went in to get my teeth cleaned over the summer I saw a previous coworker and friend who was finishing up her last patient that happened to be her son in law. She introduced us and I was like…. I know you. I had taken his headshot, a few months back, and worked along side him at a wedding a few years back. What are the chances we would have that connection. We live in such a small world sometimes.
Anyways, THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart for all your support, kind works, referrals, and the hugs too. I hope to capture you all again next year.
Here is a special session with a family I adore. These images were taken at their property. So please don’t hesitate to have me come to your place for sessions. Parks are great. But your home has such special meaning and uniqueness.
And what about all those fall colors!!! We are coming to an end of the fall season of photo sessions. If you missed out please plan ahead for spring. It’s the next best time of the year for sessions.
And now time for my favorites. What a gorgeous family inside and out. And the most expressive 3 month old I’ve ever photographed. I just love her.
I’m very excited to share this session with you guys. It’s full of joy, laughter, love, energy, and one serious baby. I met this family through a referral of one of their sisters. Since they were such a lovely family I was not surprised to find out these guys were also awesome.
We literally had one beautiful sunny pacific northwest fall day that we happened to pick for the session. At the park there were at least 3 other photo shoots happening at the same time. I had to ask if I could borrow a tree another group was using. That’s a first for me. They were taking a break so we claimed the tree.
And today happens to be another beautiful day so I’m off for another family session. But first I hope you love my highlights. I have so many great images these guys received three times my ballpark number promised. I wish I could share them all but that would take you guys forever to look through. So here are a few to peruse.
After a few private sessions I have one I can share. If you are ever wondering about keeping your session private please ask. I have password protection and can skip the social media and blogging-no problemo!
Look who has turned two! My little doll faced client and friend. She has a adorably expressive personality with loads of energy. I was tired, but I did manage to wear her out enough for a nap afterwards. Which made her parents very happy and they followed suit and joined her.
I loved meeting their new little kitty who loved the balloons. He was so sweet and snuggly. And dad joined in the session today. What’s sweeter than little girls and their daddies?!
Here are the highlights. I wish I could share every image. I just loved them all.
Can you even stand how adorable this family is! I am so happy they came to me for there portraits. They are some more out-of-towners visiting family and scheduled a shoot. I photographed the mom some years back before marriage and her adorable baby girl came along.
They brought along the adorable props. The childhood heirloom chair, the giant pink balloon~I’m obsessed. I think the 8-12 months age is just heaven. They can’t run from me yet! Everything that comes in their path is amazement and wonder. I wish I could share the entire session!