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When you photograph kids, it’s as if they “freeze” in those photos…and stay that age until you see them again in person.  So imagine my shock when Nathan stepped out of the car…it had been a LONG time since I saw him, and he is taller than me these days!  But that smile is just as amazing as ever, and he is going to do great things out there in the world.  It was an honor to photograph these photos, and catch-up a bit with his Mom, Laura.  Thank you both!

The newest member of the Baby’s First Year program is here!!  Lawson was such a champ during his first photo session — even jumping outside for a photo with both fur-kids.  He is learning to eat, has the sweetest little face, and some of the longest baby-feet ever… 🙂  I cannot wait to watch him change over the next 12 months, but until then let’s just enjoy the newness of this baby boy!

It’s been a few years since I photographed this family, and as I was looking at these boys through my camera I was struck over and over by how BIG they are.  I still picture Caiden at 1-year old in a puffy vest at Union Station…and trying to pose Lincoln in this crochet prop by Jenni’s grandfather that made us laugh hysterically!  But the photo-bombs, Fortnight-dances, and just plain FUN that these brothers had together was a blast to work with.  Jenni was up for anything so I broke-out the flashes for a different look…and I LOOOOVE it.  Thank you guys for being so chill even when it started raining on us! 🙂

We met at the park early that morning — praying that the dark clouds were just a show.  But it was the chilliest day of the season, and sure enough it started to rain!  We tried to push through, but eventually the rain was just too much, so we decided to meet-up again that afternoon (thank goodness that could actually happen for all schedules on this day).  The sun was out, and they brought with all sorts of fun themes props for Cole’s cake smash!  It was a nice change from the morning, and I’m so glad we took more… 🙂

It was a slightly overcast day, with some wind, but we decided to push through and have this family session…which was the best decision!  Olivia (Liv) was so excited to put on lip gloss and take some photos…while Hudson was a little skeptical of the crazy lady dancing around for smiles.  Ha!  But eventually he came around, and with the help of a giant construction crane downtown I think he had a great time.  Thank you for another great session everyone!

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