5-day-old smiles

August 31, 2008

I was really surprised that we caught so many newborn smiles out of this little guy. I won’t go into why he was so smiley, but let’s just say, his dad was happy to get a diaper back on him when we were done 😉 He was just a tiny peanut, at 5 days old.


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Aprons for the Holidays

August 29, 2008

These cute apron sets were made by Punky Fae Designs for the Petite Cover Girls holiday launch. Gotta get one for your little girl? Here’s a link to her aprons on Etsy, or look for these and the rest of the cool clothes in our modeling group’s launch on eBay.


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Featured Album

August 28, 2008

I’m excited to share that my princess album was chosen as the first feature on Deco Album’s blog. Check it out here. Deco Album is one of the vendors I use to print my coffee table books for clients. For more information about getting a book printed from your session feel free to contact me!


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Three Weeks

August 24, 2008

This sweet little man was so tiny that at three weeks old, he was still too small for most of his clothes. He struggled to stay awake for a few images, but for much of the session we were able to catch him in that light sleep where infants flash those sweet sleepy smiles.


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Adorable Sisters

August 23, 2008

I am truly not a morning person, but these little gals were so sweet and easy to work that I was so excited to be up early and photographing them. It was hard to believe that the younger sister had only been home for less than a year. I am so happy they found me through the Celebrating Adoption organization and asked me to help capture their growing family’s memories.


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Smithsonian’s Butterflies

August 20, 2008

We visited the Smithsonian’s Butterfly exhibit this week. Tuesday is free admission day, so we headed in town and waited for the time-controlled admission tickets. We arrived around 11:30 am and got a 2pm slot, so we explored the related insect exhibit (we’re talking live millipedes the size of a large snake!) and took a little lunch break at the National Portrait Gallery before heading back to see the butterflies. It was a wonderful indoor exhibit, packed full of butterflies. I had one riding on me for a while (here’s a pic of him on my shorts). And another example of how friendly these guys were.


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