Welcome to the newest graduate of our Growin' Like a Weed Progam!!! 

This is one of the coolest elements of what I get to do for a living...



AND NOW....Happy Birthday, sweet boy. :) I've loved growing with this family in Max's very first year of life. I'm ecstatic about watching him continue to grow through the next stage of life....the wonder years. 


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buy_cialis says:

Over the course of the initial period, they began to flrm group identities.

(09.14.16 @ 06:29 AM)
buy_cia_lis says:

Over the course of the initial period, they began to flrm group identities.

(09.14.16 @ 06:31 AM)
James says:

Keep working ,impressive job!

(04.19.17 @ 11:43 AM)
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Staying "hip" the older I get feels more and more like dangling from the end of a rope. It's okay though...I'm embracing it well. :) 

Do you stinkin' love this family? These kids look like little Gap models. 
Look at their clothes for this urban session! Awesome selection. Just awesome. Funky, classic and relevant. It works perfect. 

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Never has there ever been a dry moment around this family. Hilarious. On every level. Love them!!!!




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This family is precious. I believe that tells you everything you need to know about them, but in our current day of too many words and adjectives, I'm compelled to go on about how wonderful they are and tell you how we met. 

My friend called me one day and told me that one of the kids in this family spends several months out of the year in the hospital. Day in, day out, not leaving those 4 walls. She thought it would be fun (&special) for them to have pictures made of their entire family if we could arrange to do it in a season where everyone was well...and together. So that's just what we did. To say we had fun doing it is a colossal understatement.

Learning about what families endure and how they respond to difficult situations in life never looks like what I think it will look like. People blow me away with their faith and gratitude for what they are given every day. Meeting people like this family, touches my life and inspires me to want to be a better person. It's beautiful. They're beautiful. Today is beautiful.

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canvas print says:

your photos look magical. really amazing, you should get some of them framed and up o the wall.

(02.18.13 @ 11:13 AM)
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big kids | April 20, 2012
Love this family...they style hard and do play very well. :) 
Always a great time with them watching them be allowed to be siblings who love each other, but don't always have to get along. This family oozes grace while rocking fun times. The beautiful people. 

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