Archive for November, 2008
I think it’s quite fitting that my last session for the year ends with an adorable baby santa. This 8-month-old is such a sweetheart. His daddy is currently deployed in the military so I felt a photo with his combat boots would be appropriate. I’ve met so many military wives and mothers over this past year and I am constantly amazed by their courage and strength as they continue to work and/or raise a family while their husbands are gone for months at a time. Bless you all!
As I mentioned, this was my last session for the year…or at least the last session to be able to receive photos in time for the holidays. I will be on vacation with my family November 24th through December 5th. I will be answering the phone and responding to email so, those of you who are expecting a baby any day now and wish to schedule a session, don’t worry. I’m looking forward to hearing from you!
Meet baby “R” and her family. She is a cousin to my “Gator Baby” from a previous post. I just love her killer adorable tongue she showed off for me in about 99.9% of the pictures. I think her mommy and daddy have the most stunning smiles ever! Enjoy the sneak peak…I maybe went a little overboard but I had a hard time selecting just a few.
I had such a fun time with this family at Washington Park in Denver (my favorite area of the city by the way…lots of historic homes, etc). Turns out that Kristen is from my hometown, Sioux City, Iowa! We even know some of the same people and we went to the same gymnastics academy! Craziness I tell ya. Such a small world we live in. Anyway, check out how adorable her and her hubby are, not to mention their even more adorable and gorgeous children! Enjoy your sneak peak you guys!
Here are two of the most adventurous (not to mention adorable) 8yr-old twins I’ve met. They LOVE the climb. I decided that the tree they’ve been climbing since as long as they can remember would be an appropriate spot to take pictures. The backlighting and weather couldn’t have been more perfect. I’m sure they have their days, but it seemed to me as though they have quite a wonderful bond with eachother.