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Monthly Archives: August 2009

Cami is one!

This is sweet little Cami, and she celebrated her very first birthday last week!  It was so good to see her and her family today!  The last time I saw them was at Cami’s newborn session last year.  My, what a difference 12 months can make!  :)

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Saturday morning.

These little brothers and their parents came all the way up from Atlanta this weekend, and I was so afraid we were going to get rained out!  Fortunately, it was nice enough this morning to go ahead with their session.  I just love the colors in the last image with the leaves on the ground… […]

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New blog feature.

I blog after each and every session to show off some of my favorite images, and you can now share the blog posts on facebook!  After each post, there is a button that says “share this post.”  Here’s the trick: if you really want to share just that one post (and not the whole blog), […]

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Aaron is an 8-month-old!

Aaron was my last little client of 2008 – he was born right around Christmas.  Look at him now!  He is getting big and handsome, he crawls everywhere, and he puts everything (including wet grass) in his mouth… just what a guy his age should be doing.  :)  Here is a peek at him having fun with Mommy […]

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Centennial Park session.

Oh my goodness, when this girl stepped out of the car, I almost couldn’t handle the cuteness!!!  Abby just turned four, and I met her at Centennial Park this morning to celebrate!  I have such mixed feelings about Centennial Park.  I LOVE the lighting, the background, and the water, but it makes me an absolute nervous wreck.  See why it […]

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Happy 4th birthday!

Four-year-olds might be my favorite.  I always get the biggest kick out of them.  They’re old enough to have minds of their own, and they’re not afraid to use them.  Four-year-olds know what they want, and they definitely know what they don’t want.  This guy told me very clearly that he did NOT want to […]

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