To have all seven of the cousins [on Papa & Grammy’s side] all to myself at the beach for a few hours made me a happy picture-taking-auntie! Special thanks to sis Amy for allowing me to dress her kids as I pleased, and to sis Elizabeth for doing some last minute shopping [OK, a lot of last minute shopping] to accommodate my wishes. I love the color scheme results, and the sweet faces on these cousins. [Shhhh . . . don’t tell Grammy. We printed a canvas for her upcoming August birthday gift!]
Team photos are oh-so-fun for me! I love when a coach calls and says, “Hey, I like what I’ve seen you do. I don’t want the same old photo of kids in two boring rows; our team wants something edgy and new. I think you’re the person for the job.” YES! That’s exactly what the coach of the 2013 GHLL American League All Stars said, and it was such a fun session. Coach even called in some favors and surprised the boys with an extra-special photo location: Cheney Stadium! Thanks, Coach Reed. It was way cool!
I was thrilled when her mommy emailed me with a photo inspiration she saw on Pinterest: little girl dressing up in her mama’s wedding gown. So sweet! We quickly scheduled a session and just had a blast posing this little beauty in Mom’s pretty bridal dress. This was also special because it was a celebration of Mom & Dad’s wedding anniversary. These were fun, joyful, and precious photos to capture. For many reasons, this family continues to bless me!
The weather is begging you to schedule your family session now! Just a final reminder that I only have a couple of openings left next week for this great summer special. I’m already thinking ahead and hoping to capture lots of Christmas card family photos at the beach, waterfront, other beautiful Gig Harbor summer locations next week. Join us!
Such a joyfully family, full of big love! Right away, I could tell that this gorgeous little boy was the apple of his parents’ eyes. They were fun, casual, B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L, and so very cool to work with. So glad we got to spend this time together, capturing meaningful forever memories . . . because this little guy will never be this age again . . .
Many of you know, I really like taking baseball photos. I like the springtime all-American feel that Little League imparts. Capturing small moments in a game just makes me happy. Whether it’s a dusty slide into second, a 9-year-old pitcher’s hand on the stitching, a batter grabbing sunflower seeds from his back pocket, or a team celebrating together; I love photographing all of it!