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Archive for May, 2010

Baby A

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

These are images taken from baby A’s newborn session. She is actually a few weeks old but she still looks pretty new! She didn’t like my lights so I decided to take her into my dining room for some natural light images. All of  the b&w ones you see are from there. What a beautiul baby girl!

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Dressels in the bluebonnets

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

The Dressels were my very first clients but they are also very good friends. I’ve known Sarah and Kerri since they were born and they are just a beautiful as ever!

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Baby Jack Jack in the bluebonnets

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

This year’s bluebonnet field was here and then it was gone! These images were taken in the short, 2 week window I had. I actually met a client at the field 2 days after taking these only to find headless bluebonnets!  I’m so glad that we were able to get these images of Jack who was one of my first clients. He has grown so much and he’s just as cute, funny and sweet as he’s always been!

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Baby L turns 2

Saturday, May 15th, 2010

Baby L is always a pleasure to photograph. She makes the best images, and of course, she’s also beautiful!

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This image makes me smile! I love the connection that she and her daddy have.

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This family photographs so well. Look how beautiful they are!

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Baby J turns 2!

Friday, May 14th, 2010

I remember last year when Jae came for her birthday portraits and she hasn’t changed much. She is still so full of spirit and is definitely a DIVA! She is such a gorgeous little girl.

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My kids in McKinney

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

My boys, Elisabeth and I went to downtown McKinney a few weeks ago. We grabbed some popcorn from the cute little popcorn store and sat by the courthouse devouring the yummy stuff. Then we walked around and looked for locations that might be fun backgrounds. My kids allowed me to snap a few shots  of them and they were pretty good models for a while. But as always, it turned into a giggle fest. Oh how I love these boys!

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