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Nico’s 5th birthday photobooth

We set the bar preeeetty low around here for birthdays and keep parties to only our immediate families, BUT the 1st and 5th are kinda big deal. As in, we invite a few friends into the crazy and for their 5th, we have a photobooth. Which weView full post »

Rachey & Chasey Engaged!!

Rachel and Chase have been very close friends all through nursing school. Early last summer, Chase started hanging out with my family a lot. Like, what college boy hangs out with four wild kids, that he’s not related to, on a Saturday nightView full post »

HHI 2016

A few weeks ago the circus went on the road, well the unlucky ones did, some of us went in the air, to HHI. We were supposed to shoot a wedding there but were stuck with the bill when the bride cancelled the wedding a couple months prior. So weView full post »

Rachel Glankler, BSN.

I don’t even have the words to articulate the range of emotion I felt watching Rachel graduate last week. I want to say so much but it seems as though my brain is never working like it should and I’m just staring at these images of herView full post »

The Tracys.

What started out with the Klems family session, turned into updating everyone in my family’s pictures. What was supposed to be an hr session, became 4hrs. HA!   Look at these BEAUTIES. Aren’t you guys just gorgeous. Those colorsView full post »

The Pace Circus

I actually scheduled 6 month photos for the boys on my calendar so I would for real take them. But Mother Nature rained and rained and I had to keep using the date for reschedules for clients. So how about just under 8 months? :0 Ezra and NicoView full post »

The Glanklers.

Because of these lovely people, all the happiness below was able to happen. How proud Mom and Dad must be to look around them and know they helped create most of these beautiful people. THE CUTEST. This is what 63 yrs of marriage looksView full post »

30.

And then I turned 30. And it was super fun. I’ve always wanted to be older than I am. (I just deleted 3 large paragraphs about my struggle with growing up and not fitting in. It sounded way too “woe is me” and I didn’t likeView full post »