February 6, 2012
I am soooooooooooo behind on blogging!! As most photographers know, it takes quite a bit of time to resize images, post them to the blog, and then write a blog post about these fabulous sessions! I am still working on blogging some of my amazing fall sessions and weddings (hides head!). I usually have a timeline of how sessions get blogged, and I really don’t like to deviate from that process. However, at one of my sessions this past weekend, one of my loyal clients mentioned to me that she had never been on the blog. WHAT?!?! I find that so hard to believe since I have been photographing her and her family since 2007. Yep, since 2007! I could go back and check, but it’s more fun to let loose this week and post a little sneak peak of some FABULOUSLY fun sessions I have been blessed to photograph this past week. These images are DEFINITELY teasers, and readers probably won’t see the full sessions of these until months later. After all, I still have November, December, and January sessions left to blog :).
First up: Check out this GORGEOUS nursery! It belongs to a beautiful baby girl, Miss MLF. Her parents and grandparents did everything in this nursery all by themselves! Love love!
Next, check out this little guy. Ironically, he lives right around the corner from Miss MLF. I drove out to Memphis to take his newborn photos, and I think he was right at 7 days old in this photo. So precious!
My next session took me out to Germantown, TN. Here’s another client I have been photographing since January 2008. Mom and I always have the best time and conversations together. She’s always up for some of my crazy ideas. The funny part of this story is Miss L had lots of outfits ready for our session, but who could resist an empty laundry basket and a cute baby?
And, my 2007 client and friend! We had such a crazy, fun time at our maternity and family session in Eads, TN on Saturday. The whole family had me laughing so hard I almost cried. Sometimes I have an idea inside my head, my brain is working overtime, and my mouth can’t function properly. It’s a good thing these guys like me, and we can all enjoy a good laugh!
I’m so incredibly blessed to work with and photograph so many amazing clients and friends. Thank you all so much for new support, continued support, and referrals. It’s my absolute joy to capture these moments for you. God is so good!
Blessings and Peace,
Thought for the day:
So let’s stop condemning each other. Decide instead to live in such a way that you will not cause another believer to stumble and fall.