Category Archives: Photography

On Sharing Our Passions with Our Kids

Wouldn’t you agree that there’s not much more exciting that seeing your child make a discovery forView full post »

24 Week Maternity Photos …

I figured it was about time to get going on some maternity photos, and what better backdrop to use??  🙂  We were at theView full post »

Why I Love Spot Metering (and Shooting in Manual Mode)

As a lifestyle photographer, we’re dealing with all sorts of lighting situations in our everyday moments.  OftenView full post »

Rediscovering a New Passion for Photography

A few weeks ago, I came upon the boys looking at a photobook in the school room.  They’d been having a debateView full post »

A Few Photos to Make You Smile

Flying goats always make me smile.  Always.  And who doesn’t need a good, genuine reason to smile?  These guysView full post »

They Bring the Wonder Back

I love how my boys, or children in general, bring the wonder back to things that we grow out of appreciating.  Like theView full post »

Refreshing for My Soul (Playing in the Snow)

How about a little break from pregnancy talk?  We had a great bout with snow a few weeks back and the boys ventured outView full post »

I Asked Him What He Wanted Me To Photograph

My get-up-and-go-drive to photograph our life has been waning.  Decreasing.  Struggling.  Maybe it is just a season, asView full post »

Happiest Birthday, Cooper-Duper

My precious, complex, deep-hearted, hysterical boy, Cooper, just turned 9.  Most of the time we as parents say “IView full post »

It’s Birthday Time … Happy Day to the One Who Made Me a Mama!

This is birthday week for us here at our house … Gage and Cooper had the same due date but both came early andView full post »

Looking Back – Some Favorites of 2015

February 1st.  Not too late to share a “favorites from 2015” post is it? I’ve said this before soView full post »

We’re Loving Our Blurb Books!

Over the summer I felt a big push to get caught up on printing all of my photos.  Not all the photos I take, but thoseView full post »