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Little Autumn Rose came to visit me in the studio at only 10 days new. Isn’t she such a beauty? I hadn’t pulled out my seamless paper in a while and I’m so glad that I did, because I just love her on the bright pink. Love, love love! I can see myself using this set up a lot. And don’t you just love her little wink on the last pic? PRECIOUS!


  • Amanda and Philip - Oh my Gosh!!!! These are so cute! You did such an awesome job! We can’t wait to get the pics! Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Connie Hood - Well these are definitely worth the wait…just like Autimn! Thanks so much (proud Grandma!)ReplyCancel

These two sisters are very special to me. Their mom is one of my best friends and they just moved away. They used to live across the street, so Breanne and I got together frequently to craft and sew while our kiddos played and were entertained by their shared love of Yo Gabba Gabba. I miss them all so dearly and can’t wait to see them at the end of the summer.

Obviously, it was a must that we get the girls back in the studio before they left!
(You  may recognize Madeline from her newborn session.)

Breanne had the great idea to use the same petti skirt and headband to show just how much bigger she’s getting! It was super fun and of course crazy adorable! Here are my favorites from their shoot… there is quite a few, but what can I say, I love these girls!

  • Breanne Bush - LOVED waking up to these this morning! You are amazing! Thanks for capturing Aubrey and Madeline’s beauty! 
    My favorite of Madeline is the 2nd one of her sitting up with the pearls. Love her expression!
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Introducing my very own new little bundle of joy! Griffin James was born on March 16th at 5:59pm. He weighed in at 7 lbs, 12 oz and was 20.75″ long! It has taken me forever to get his images edited (as I worked on them around my clients’ shoots), but I’m finally done!  Oh, and did I mention that it took three separate visits out to the studio? The first shoot was taken at only 3 days old! But after about 30 minutes of shooting, he decided he was awake- wide awake- with no chance of going back to sleep! (Only my child, right?!)

So then came round two at six days old. Dad had requested some props and this shoot started out promising! It was about 9 o’clock at night (one of the reasons I LOVE shooting with lights) and entirely dark outside. I’m not sure if this had anything to do with it, or just added to the drama, but we lost power…twice! For some crazy reason I blew the fuse twice during the session, so we called it quits. (Incidentally, this has never happened before and hasn’t happened since!)

Round three: 17 days old. Now I probably wouldn’t have even taken Griffin back into the studio this late, but my mom had whipped up the most adorable elephant hat for him and I couldn’t miss out on that picture! I had just finished a marathon of sessions and came into the house to find Griffin totally passed out on the hubs. I still had the studio set up from the last newborn, so I scooped him up and headed back to the studio. While he was posed so perfectly and apparently happy, I threw a couple more hats on just for fun!

Ten-day-old Taelyn just kills me with those perfectly pouty lips. PRECIOUS! She was such a snuggly little thing that I was sad to turn her back over to her mom at the end of the shoot!



  • Breanne - You are sooo good! Love the elephant ear beanie. Super cuteReplyCancel

Evie Iris (seriously-how pretty is her name?!) came over to the studio at only 11 days old and was so teeny tiny and simply precious!

I totally get the babies with the best hair, don’t I? I can never bear to put hats on them, but luckily I had just finished making a new batch of headbands for the studio, so we still got to play dress up!