As always…her little tongue always makes an appearance.
One day your babies are so little. They are so dependent on you for everything. Oh how quickly time flies and before you know it they are teenagers and then off to college. Where does the time go??
So often it seems that we are documenting so much of the early years and then somewhere along the way we forget the importance of photography when they are older.
The time is now. Whether or not your kids are 1 or 10 or 20. It’s always a good time to have photographs taken of them. You can never get this time back. Document it.
I’m titling this photograph that I took a few months back…the photograph of two sisters: no longer little girls, but beautiful young women. This was my third time to photograph for this family. What an honor it is! I love seeing families grow and change. It’s really what makes what I do so spectacular.
This is what I want to capture for YOU! Photographs that YOU will cherish for years to come. Call me. Let me document YOUR family.
They are only so small for a brief moment in time. Within the 12 days of birth, they are changing so much. Be sure to document these early days, even if it’s not with a professional photographer. BUT… if you hire a pro (hint, hint…ME), then you will get photographs like these that I took of Mr. D soon after he arrived home from the hospital.
Let’s take a stunning photograph of your family like this one that I recently took of the K family….
And for Father’s Day, you have it blown up really big for your husband for his office…which would look something like this:
Now if this doesn’t make him smile at the office, I’m not sure what will. :-)
Just a few adorable shots of Miss A, who just turned 2! We kept it simple and photographed her outside on one of her favorite toys. And less we not forget her Dora the Explorer bandages and her little sweet Toms shoes (see photo in middle), which are also her favorite things right now.
For several years now we have been getting our beef and pork from a small, local farm in Brenham, Texas called Jolie Vue Farms. They raise their animals the old fashioned way, allowed to roam freely in fields and are not treated with chemicals or pharmaceuticals. The cows eat grass, not corn. Pigs eat fresh fruits and vegetables…just as they would if they were wild. Anyway, this was our 2nd visit to the farm over the years and let me just tell you that unless you are there in the flesh, there is simply no way I can describe to you the serenity found there. It is one of the most peaceful places I’ve been. Thank you to the Boudreaux family for offering such a wonderful local farm and opening it up to us once again this season. :-) This photograph is just a glimpse of this wonderful place.
This session was actually way back in February. I was not able to share because these photos were part of a surprise for grandma for Mother’s Day. Since that day has come and gone, I’m so excited to share some of my favorites from this part of our session. The entire session actually included 14 people total, but since this mom was the ring leader in organizing this awesome gift, her immediate family session is first on the list.
I’ve been dying to get this type of photo for a while, using a wider angle lens with the sun bursting through with just the right flare and haze. And this last week, I got it. I love many photographs for many reasons, but this one takes the cake in a different way for me. I long to capture families in the most authentic ways. This particular photograph just screams real life to me.
And maybe you wonder, how would this fabulous family look on a wall? I thought you’d never ask.