It’s hard to believe how grown up this little one is. The youngest of three girls – and so much personality. LOVE her!
Here’s to TWO — and many, many more!
I felt like I won the lottery with these pictures because my niece Ally does not usually enjoy the picture-taking process. She’s really good at avoiding the camera all together. BUT, for this morning, she was rockin’ it! We played, giggled, and hammed it up. Isn’t she adorable??? Here’s our last studio session (boy how she’s grown!)
A little while back, I donated a smile session (including digital files) to Raising for Rora. Priscila is a good friend of mine (she was Kylie’s preschool teacher too), and she is one of the strongest people I know. Her and BJ have an adorable boy named Asher, and a daughter, Eliora (Rora), who was born with Spina Bifida. Their story is heart wrenching and honest, but most of all, inspiring. Read more about their journey with SB on her blog.
The winner of the contest was actually one of my fans on facebook. She saw the fundraiser on my page and bought some tickets. I was honored to participate in something so meaningful, and to meet a new friend! She has twin boys and they were so fun to play with. See if you can tell them apart! :)
I loved the monster shirts! All BOY! :)
It’s not always easy to get siblings to hug, hold hands, or even act like they remotely like each other. So, I always take full advantage of the situation while they are young. Case in point, these two ADORABLE kiddos that belong to a dear friend of mine. We had a great time for our quick studio Smile Session!
Doesn’t he look like a little man in this one. I’m in love…. :)
My favorite….. HUGS (or SQUEEZES).
Because sometimes, you just need to have a little fun! In the midst of all the coughs, fever, and runny noses, these pictures make me smile. I had to go to the studio for a few things, so I took the kiddos with me and we played around a bit. No special set, no special clothes (I didn’t even do their hair). I think I love them even more this way. :)
Then we went to the square for a little walking adventure and play time. Had to show their true little smiles.