There's a quiet magic when a new baby comes home. Sure, sure, it's loud sometimes, too...and honestly I'm not sure that families see much of this, but I certainly do. I see cozy and careful and teeny tiny and awkward and fragile and strange, yet familiar and hard to juggle and in the end, I see it as the most perfect gift that families receive. Here's a great example of what that looks like through my lens. 

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stefanie says:

love the one's with big sister - too darn cute!

(09.10.09 @ 11:30 PM)
Mollie says:

These are unbelieveable. Can I fly you into town next time I have a baby? These just make me weak. I can't say enough about how incredible ALL of these images are. STUNNING.

(09.11.09 @ 10:06 AM)
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I was there for that, there for the marriage, now here for this! TGTBT! ("too good to be true"...haven't you ever read the English Roses?). I love new babies and watching mommies and daddies hold them and smell them and look at them and adore them and get pooped and peed on. ;) 

I also love when newborns are asleep for our shoot, but ya know what? You just have to roll with the punches, right? I can't make em' sleep (unless we have 3 or 4 hours, of course). Can you believe how alert this fella is? What a little punkin pie! Eat him up. ;) I'm glad he wasn't asleep the whole time. Those eyes are amazing. 



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marianne massey says:

Just a short 10 years ago, this beautiful girl took care of my newborn boy while I struggled with moving to a new place and starting a new job-- she was a Godsend to me and I am so happy for her and Tom. We ALL love and miss you Rachel!!!

(09.04.09 @ 09:29 PM)
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Hmmmmm....probably the funniest kid I've met. This child cracks me up! He is so incredibly expressive. This age is so fun for me to watch because you physically SEE their independence. 
They love to show it to you when you really, really, really want them to do something different than what they have just decided to do. They have laser focus. It's funny stuff. (Mostly funny because my kids
aren't in that stage anymore. hahaaaaaa Just kidding.)

So this was a generation portrait with a client that I have had the sheer privilege of photographing since this little buddy was just a few days old.  There's not many things I love more
than watching children grow. Having the opportunity to document their "stages", relationships, and personalities is a priceless treasure for me and my clients. I love being able to give that
gift. I love knowing that the images I'm creating today will mean so much to the children that are in these pictures when they get older. I love that they will be able to look back and say, "wow, in 
every different set of images you had made of us, you are always holding me close".....or always kissing, or always close to daddy or whatever it is! I love that. It means everything to me. Off the soap box...share the pictures and shuush already!

Here's a sweet little trip down memory lane.....A quick little "growing" show....


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Is it just me or does this little girl remind you somehow of Betty Boop? She's so darn cute and that baby! Ooooowee! Eat her UP! Precious family and hysterical dog. Every time I would get near the baby, he would come over to me, as if to protect her. So sweet. Isn't that a cool dynamic when the dog of the family suddenly starts tolerating the newcomers, then protecting them. Funny. I like it. PS> I am so in love with this classic betty, taking her paci and pointing at baby sister (whom she ADORES!). Precious.

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Jane says:

Love them!

(06.18.09 @ 09:16 PM)
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Interesting concept...We did half our session maternity, held onto it till the baby was born, then did the other half. Sooo much fun to see them together at one time! What a super sweet family and so much fun to work with! Enjoy the "before and afters"! 

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