Family of 4

I am so excited to blog this family session (I am striving REALLY hard to get better at blogging and posting what I am up to these days). Time gets away from me faster than ever. For those of my clients who haven’t been shared or blogged, I apologize from the bottom of my heart. My main goal is to provide you with your images in a timely fashion and the rest of my “free” time is spent taking care of my boys. In my full-time job and free time, my job remains the same {my boys}. Does anyone else ever feel like that? As much as I have been challenged by this,  I wouldn’t have it any other way because I know that the time goes by way too quickly and I really don’t want to miss out on their childhoods, or have to make a trip to the emergency room because I wasn’t completely PRESENT in ensuring their safety. LOL, we have enough of those even with my being a constant worrier. I know there are many moms out there who struggle just like me with the balance of life and I came to find out that the balance is what makes you happy and when my boys are happy, I am happy. They are happiest when they have my FULL attention at any given moment. Especially the ones they choose which always happen to be right when I embark on a “home” or “work” task. :giggle.

I was so excited to meet Adriana and visit one of my dear friends from highschool. We have known each other a very long time, lived in different states and can always seem to hop back on the friend track. Love you Kal! Did I mention how much I love lifestyle sessions? I have to thank my boys for this outlook on photography…I ensure you that without them, I might totally take a different approach to capturing those real moments. These girls are just beautiful and I can’t wait to see them grow up! I have a few options of boyfriends for them too. 😉 Kali and Josh, I hope you look back on your photos and can really be taken back to this time and feel the wonderful, stressful, joyful, incredibly amazing, heart burning (the good kind) time of bringing home and a new baby and raising young children.

Family Collage



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