Every time I photograph a new baby, I enjoy it a little bit more. The sessions are long but the results are definitely worth it!
I love the Dallas Arboretum this time of year. It is a beautiful. Of course these baby blues would look gorgeous anywhere!
Little ones grow so fast. It had been a year since our last session and to say she had grown up is an understatement. I loved every minute of it!
This session was for Christmas cards, but it was their little miss that stole the show. Her mom picked out the cutest outfit!
I was so excited about this session. Twins provide such a neat challenge. I was amazed at how well both of these girls slept. It was such a joy working with them, that if it wasn't my busy season I would have offered a second session, just for twin practice! :)
I'm not sure which I liked better, mom's shoes or the adorable plaid dress. Even though their little miss was having a rough morning, we still managed to get a picture for their Christmas card and a new headshot for mom and dad.
Lori works at the school where I used to teach. Her oldest daughter was in 5th grade at the time. It was a real reminder of how fast our children grow up. Both my girls got an extra hug when I got home! But then, look at the beautiful girl she has grown into. Sister and brother have amazing eyes and I absolutely adore his red hair!
This family means the world to my girls. I am forever grateful for the open house before Kindergarten 5 years ago when we all first met. Not only are our oldest girls best friends, but now I have a friend for life, too. Thanks for allowing me to photograph your gorgeous family!
Last month I discovered that a local photographer had moved out of state and gave my name out to some of her clients before she left. I didn't know her, but was honored by the recommendation. Here is one of the adorable faces I had the honor to work with because of her.
This is the 3rd year I have taken this little guys picture. I was so glad that the family decided to get involved this year. Last year he loved Thomas and all things train. That fascination is still going strong. :)