Adored by All

This sweet baby girl has everyone in this family completely wrapped around her little finger.  Even when I got the two older siblings on the couch for some casual photos of them playing and singing to the baby, they both sat down and forgot all about me, taking turns stroking the top of her head, completely enamored.    This little angel was such a joy to work with, sleeping the majority of our session and only a few times waking up to see what we were doing.  I cannot wait for the next session when she is sitting up and I get to see how much she has grown.

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Graduation Time

It is that time of year again – graduation time! I was honored to be able to photograph this young man commemorating his senior year. We had so much fun during our session, even his sister got in on the action.   This senior guy has an amazing mom who is a very dedicated teacher for Round Rock ISD.    My own son had the privilege of having her for his 4th grade year and to this day says that she was one of his favorite teachers.   Congrats to you all!

 

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Sweet Sisters

Such sweet sisters, and then in a blink of the eye, they are no longer newborns. Here is Miss J’s newborn session and then soon after, I got to photograph Miss E’s newborn session. I have been watching these two since they were born and I have a soft spot in my heart for them and their Mommy and Daddy. I get to meet so many wonderful families in my line of business, and I am such a sucker and tend to fall head over heals for my clients. It’s a bonding experience for me to watch a husband and wife transition into their roles of Mom and Dad.  I look forward to our next session to see these two sweet sister’s relationship grow!

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Sierra ~ ASU Graduating Class of 2015

Anyone recognize this wonderful young lady?   Just 4 short years ago, I did her high school senior portraits.   I knew back then, that she was going to go places with her life and my goodness has she!     *Warning*   I am about to do a little bragging about my niece….. First of all, she graduated college in 4 years.    Yes, yes, I know they say that is the norm, however, you’ve really got to strap down and each semester has to be full hours and a few summer school classes are probably thrown in those 4 years too,  to be able to graduate that quick.    She was also named Who’s Who for ASU and is graduating with a perfect 4.0.   So she’s smart and beautiful and has an unwavering faith in God.   She took a mission trip to Belize last summer and did some amazing work there with school children.    She will be heading to Texas Women’s University this coming Fall to start in their prestigious physical therapy program.   I am so very proud of her which is, I know, not even close to what her parents, my brother and sister in law, feel about their daughter. ❤

 

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John ~ Round Rock Senior Class of 2015

I have really enjoyed photographing this family over the past few years.  I first photographed John’s oldest brother back in 2010 for his senior photos.  I then followed up a couple of years later, and photographed his other brother back in 2013 for his senior session.  So imagine my surprise when mom called me up and said that it was time for John’s senior portrait session.  I just couldn’t believe that her “baby”  was old enough to be a high school senior already.    Makes me reflect on my own family and how I know that some day, this will be my situation.  Time just flies by way to fast….

 

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