Monthly Archives: June 2010

What I Do With My Own Photos- Part Three- Albums

My dad rubber cemented our family pictures into albums. It is a painful confession but true. From the old sepia prints of family from the turn of the century to my childhood, it was all glued with that yucky, damaging adhesive into albums. As soon as I learned anything about photos, I took over the […]

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Quinn and Her Auntie Have a Playdate!

This past weekend we had a “Sip and See” for my niece, Quinny. I teamed up with my mum, a wonderful friend, Christy, and Dano’s mum (who is also a friend) to throw a party for friends to come and sip drinks, eat appy’s, and see little Quinn. It was happy and noisy and fun […]

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Like Father, Like Sons…

My friend, Ronalee, has encouraged me on this journey of raising boys. From empathizing over laundry stains to talking about what kinds of character and hearts we want our boys to have, she has been a real example to me. We’ve discussed what is worth digging into and what is worth laughing about….and there’s a […]

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Happy Father’s Day

My friend, Jen, has a beautiful picture of her father holding her as a baby that is blown up big and put up in every place that they have lived. I love it. Every time I see it, I stand and look at it and know why she treasures it. It has been such a […]

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Ellie and Her Parents at the Gardens

This was my fourth session with Ellie and her family this year. The first she was in her mama’s tummy. Then we did newborn portraits as well as portraits at FOUR MONTHS. The size of her cheeks then had me looking forward to a little squeeze this time, and I was not disappointed. Her cheeks […]

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