baby babies | May 22, 2012
If you haven't heard the news, The Bracken family we all know and love has added a little punkin to their mix. Just in case you missed the first session, click this link to have yourself a little peek.  He's precious! So expressive and growing like a weed with each passing day. Love him. Love them. 

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This mom and I went to high school together. Isn't it amazing how we go through our young life seeing the same people day in and day out for 12 years and then the night of graduation...BOOM! Poof! It's like they just disappear. So strange. Anyhoo...no surprise Facebook has been a game changer for that issue over the past few years and because of that...here we are! Thanks Facebook for reconnecting Mrs. Jamie and I! : ) 

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This field (while filled with allergy laden mustard seed) is just breathtaking. That said, this gorgeous family IN the field? Hello. Aren't they beautiful? 
At the shoot he shows me a picture that was just published in a magazine of their wedding image. They had a carnival theme and they were lounging on a sofa being held up by an elephant......AFTER he showed me that, he made a comment in passing about letting me do my thing creatively. Okay. No fair. A mini session in a field with only a little Ikea chair won't scratch the surface when we're competing with an elephant. haha! I still think the pictures are super, super sweet. There are no props or large animals great enough to replace a real connection between a family welcoming a new addition. Welcome to this crazy world and your crazy awesome new family, baby Aislinn. 

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This session has it all! 
1. Playground
2. Momma, Grandmomma, Great Grandmomma AND a terrific aunt!
3. Crazy ducks or geese...whatever those hissing animals are ((and food+enthusiastic feeding))
4. Tears
5. Belly laughs
6. Love...of course. :) 


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I knew I would love photographing this high school senior when his mom came in and said, "he's just a country boy at heart". Well, we do live in East TN....so you might think that's not really saying much. But when I was a senior, I hated living here. I was always afraid I would grow up to marry a cowboy and live on a farm. 

Ironically enough, when I met my husband, he was wearing Wranglers, boots, a cowboy hat and a belt buckle so big we both could've eaten dinner on it. Though he doesn't dress that way anymore, we're both very much in love in with our area and love doing life with people who feel the same. ((And I wouldn't even fall apart if we lived on a farm.)) 

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