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Monthly Archives: March 2009

Thursday morning.

Ok, this girl was so cute I could hardly stand it!  She just turned one, and she’s about to become a BIG sister in a very BIG way!!!  Her precious mama is pregnant with TRIPLETS (and word on the street is that they’re all three boys!)!  Life is definitely about to change for this kiddo, […]

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Getting back into the swing of things…

It may be a while before I’m comfortable showing my face in downtown Franklin again.  In addition to a big group of runners who were doing their marathon training this morning, there were also a couple of bankers getting ready to start their day who heard me and snickered.  But it wasn’t really me.  It […]

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Three fun boys!

My winter clients are always sooooo patient.  I think this family had to re-schedule their photo session at least three different times due to freezing temperatures or rain (or both!).  We have been trying to get together since January, and we were finally able to meet this weekend to photograph their three beautiful boys! The sophistocated […]

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Finally!  A beautiful day!  Oh my goodness, the icky, rainy (not to mention COLD) weather last week really slowed me down.  Today, however, was PERFECT.  I was thrilled to see this little guy again, along with his big sister.  I’ve been getting to hang with him every few months, and today was his big 9-month […]

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6-month cutie.

I photographed three beautiful kids today, and I just fell in love with the baby.  She was such a laid back go-with-the-flow kinda girl (I guess when you’re the youngest of three, you have to be that way!).  Her blue eyes just mesmerized me, and I loved her eye contact with the camera! “What?  You […]

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Buttercup Birthday Girl.

I can hardly believe that this little gal is turning one!  She was one of my favorite newborn sessions of last year.  For her birthday session, we started out inside… And then we went outside to pick some beautiful buttercups!

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