Quarantine Sour Dough

May 18, 2020
Hello! How are you? Maintaining your sanity, I hope! It has been quite a while since I've hopped onto my blog and posted. Once you get out of the habit it is hard to get started again. But here I am, with something new and different for all of you! Just like the rest of the world, I've been "safer at home" since March 14, 2020. I've been doin...
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All About Aiden {A Birthday Session Story}

April 30, 2019
Hello! Today I want to talk about the adorable Aiden and his 4th birthday photo session. Back in March I started advertising my swing minis. These sessions are very popular with little girls. Their moms dress them up in beautiful dresses, put curls in their hair and flowers in their cubby little hands. Often I decorate the swing with flowers and ge...
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March 19, 2019
Hello everyone! I just realized I'm quite overdue writing here! 2019 has started off pretty busy and I've actually had a number of sessions despite the constant rain. Today I wanted to tell you all about a course I just completed. Just like every other profession out there, it is important to continue to learn and grow as a photographer. I have r...
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Together We Rise

January 25, 2019
Hello, and happy Friday! I don't know about you, but nothing makes me happier than making others happy. Early on in my life I was taught the important value of giving back and helping others. In elementary school I was involved in Pixies (now Daisies) and Brownies. Later on I became really involved in National Charity League from 7th-12th grade...
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A new year and a new baby (not mine)!

January 11, 2019
{Hello and HAPPY NEW YEAR} Happy 2019! I realize that I have not blogged in quite some time. Over the past few years, August through December has definitely become my "busy season" for photography and my blog often gets neglected. The craziness starts with Back to School minis in August which lead into my kiddos starting a new school year and th...
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