Posted on December 13, 2015

When I finished these images I showed them to my husband and he immediately said, “this is what family photos should be, not posed, just real life.”  I about flew out of my computer chair. This is exactly how I feel about family photos. And why I don’t do family sessions often. Because I’m not into the posed stuff. I like the real, honest moments between family. Just kids being kids and mom and dad letting me document the moments as they are. I am head over heels in love with this family session. The cutest house! My vintage heart may have done back flips. I LOVED all of the vintage toys. Stuff I remember as a kid and older. These three babies just melted my heart and you can tell that their parents feel the same. We squealed and twirled. We walked the dog, found a “rainbow tree”, and just played. When I have my own babies, this is what I want. And if you are open to letting me come into your home and be a part of your life for about an hour, I’d love to document your family story. Letting your children be children and just having life captured as it is.

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Posted on October 24, 2012

This little family is near and dear..well maybe not as near as I’d like…to my heart!  The Mull’s are a wild bunch back in Omaha that I miss so very much!  Stef and Brian are some of the best friends my husband and I could ask for and the two of us are pretty smitten over their kiddos Makenna, Peyton, and Beckett.  I don’t shoot families often but when I do, we go out and have some fun!  These guys were making me laugh the entire time!  I think they made the other families who were at this location that afternoon too a little jealous of how much fun we were having! ;)

I love you guys!  Thanks for asking me to take these for you!  Hugs and kisses!!






















Posted on August 22, 2012

Oh baby Hazel.  You melt my heart..












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