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A Sweet Memory – Raleigh Durham Newborn Photographer

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

My hope is that your newborn portraits are a sweet memory. That is one thing that I love about having sessions on location – that you will look back in twenty years and remember your house, your backyard – where you lived during this season of your life. I love when the lighting is beautiful for portraits in the nursery because it will be redecorated in a year or so but you have the portraits to remember this sweet time. Remember these two? They love their baby sister so much and just loved hugging and kissing her during the session.

52 Week Project – Week 18 – Fiesta or Siesta – Raleigh Family Photography

Friday, May 4th, 2012

This week’s theme – Fiesta or Siesta.

It always melts my heart the way Owen just loves his daddy. When he wakes up in the morning, he’s asking for his daddy. If he hears a song that Michael sings to him, he starts screaming, “Oh, daddy!” If the garage door opens, he runs to the back door just screaming. Lately, at nap time, I ask him which book he wants to read and he always picks up My Daddy and Me. So sweet and he loves reading it before going to sleep. Remember bear? He loves reading it, too.

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Sleepy and Dreamy – Newborn Photography, Raleigh, N.C.

Friday, April 27th, 2012

This little one was just so sweet and precious. He was so happy and slept most of the session. What a beautiful baby and such a precious gift he is! He is surrounded by so much love and such a sweet family. Here are a few favorites from the session.

52 Week Project – Week 17 – Green – Family Photographer, Raleigh, N.C.

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

This week’s theme – Green.


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Our Everyday – Weeks 5 & 6 – Raleigh Family Photography

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

I have watched as other children snuggle and love their stuffed animals, blankets, etc. I have always thought it was so super cute and sweet. Every time I loaded up the crib with stuffed animals, Owen threw each and everyone overboard. Blankets? They were thrown overboard, too. When I went to go get him from his nap, there was always a scattered mess of blankets and stuffed animals. Before he could sleep, he needed to throw everything out.

Until last week.

One day last week, he emerged from the playroom. victorious, with bear in arm, running and screaming and giggling BEAR! Look what treasure he had found! I am sure he has walked by that bear 300 times and never thought twice about it. But for some reason, that day, this bear was going to be his best friend. From then on, he has needed to know where bear is, has snuggled bear every nap time and every night, and has not thrown bear overboard once.

Here are a few snapshots of Owen and Bear on the playground. (Yes, Bear had to go with him.)

One of his favorite books has been Find the Puppy where he has to search and find the puppy on each page. He has just loved that book so much and is usually screaming, “Oh puppy!” whenever he finds him. So this week, I had to get him Find the Teddy, too. We headed out with our new book and Bear on a little teddy bear picnic with some friends at E Carroll Joyner Park in Wake Forest.

One of my April goals is to make some fun food for Owen. These frozen yogurt dots were delicious! They took about two minutes to make and then 30 minutes to freeze! See more pictures here.

Another fun treat this week? A Locopop! We tried out Joe Van Loco on Creedmoor which is an espresso bar + locopops = awesome! The picture on the right is one of my first instagrams on my new phone!

Yesterday we got to celebrate our friend Ben‘s 2nd birthday at Pullen Park! Of course, Owen was super excited about the Choo Choo the moment we got there! He also really loves the boats!

He was still a little uncertain of the carousel but stayed on a little bit longer this time. Okay, one last shot of my little gardening buddy.


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52 Week Project – Week 16 – Things that Grow – Wake Forest Child Photographer

Thursday, April 19th, 2012

This week’s theme – Things that Grow.  


If you have been to my house, you know that I have a really small yard. Super small and yet I have a love of gardening. I admit, I have not planted like I used to since Owen was born. The image above is the view from my screened in porch – the porch screen is the texture on the image. These climbing roses were planted about four years ago and have grown so much.  I love them but I wished they bloomed a little bit longer.



These are called Belinda’s Dream and I ordered them a few years ago from Witherspoon Rose Culture. I absolutely love them – they are beautiful in vases.

The best thing about my Irises is that they are reblooming. They bloom in the spring and the fall. I ordered these online from Schreiner’s Iris Gardens. The one on the left is Queen Dorothy, which is my grandmother’s name. She also had a love of gardening. The iris on the right is called Immortality.

Things that will be blooming soon – my peonies and my hydrangeas. 

My little gardening helpers.Boy, do they love each other!

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Coming Soon – Raleigh Maternity Photographer

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

This was such a sweet session – celebrating the little sister that will be born in just a few short weeks.We chatted about gold doubloons and picked some wildflowers. One of the things I love about this session is that we took the pictures at the end of the day near sunset.  Early in the morning and late in the evening just has the prettiest light and is the best time for pictures. Looking forward to taking pictures of their baby sister after her arrival!


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Zoom – Raleigh Child Photography

Friday, April 6th, 2012

Remember Alex? This little guy is so happy and such a sweetheart. All he wants to do is run, run run. I wore my Converse sneakers for this session because I knew we would be running.We could stay somewhere for a few moments and then zoom, he was off to somewhere new! We spent a lot of time exploring the J C Raulston Arboretum going on bear hunts and searching for the moon. 

52 Week Project – Week 13 – Details – Family Photographer, Raleigh, N.C.

Friday, March 30th, 2012

This week’s theme – Details.

I love holidays – decorating for holidays, eating holiday food, holiday parties, and definitely holiday crafts. So with Easter approaching, we have been working on many different crafts to celebrate – like these Graham Cracker Peep Houses.

He looks at his little project everyday and says, “chickie, chickies!”  So when we heard about Aunt Wendy’s new chickens, we had to go see some real “Chickie, chickies.”

Owen became fast buddies with the little chickie,

     This is him saying, “Mommy! Chickie, Chickie!”      He went into the hen house and picked some real eggs with Aunt Wendy – Wow, they are beautiful!

These are Aunt Wendy’s goats. And as she pointed out to me, details can be very important. See the ears of the goat on the left. If your ears look like that goat, you are going to be raised for milk. If you have the ears like the goat on the right, well, that means you are going to be raised for meat. That one detail makes a big difference.

Oh, and you can’t leave Aunt Wendy’s without trying out her tree swing. Amazing!

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Hunger – 52 Week Project – Week 12 – Wake Forest Child Photography

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

This week’s theme – Hunger.

There are several things that my little one loves. Eating, sleeping, his letters and choo choos are just a few. But seriously, he LOVES food. He can spot a cookie or chip a mile away. Usually one of the first words he says when he wakes up in the morning is,”Eat?” One of our favorite treats from Whole Foods is their vegan chocolate chip cookies. They are so delicious!  So on Wednesday afternoon, we stopped and got a few cookies and had a picnic in the front yard.



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