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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 »

The Klems.

My nieces just kept begging and beeeegging me to take their pictures so I finally took them to the park and got them off my case. They’re so easy and cooperative at their old ages that it takes so little work. It’s so weird howView 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 Klems.

Our niece, Ella, just turned 7 so we celebrated her cute little toosh last weekend. I went over a lil early to capture their current state of happiness. She sure is beautiful. HBD to that chocolate freckle too! Banana recently turned 5 makingView full post »

Orlando 2013

We did it. We took our first family trip to Disney World. It. Was. Awesome. And also exhausting. Very, very exhausting. At the last minute Adam and I decided to suck ut up and fly because our kids are demons in the car. A trip to Columbus isView full post »

Halloween 2013.

They’re creepy and they’re kooky, Mysterious and spooky, They’re all together ooky…It’s Adam’s family! Snap snap.  Ever since Adam wanted to name unborn Nori, “Wednesday”, we joked around aboutView full post »

The Bickels.

Chris and Carson are my sister and bro inlaw’s nephews. Which makes their mama, Jennie, Brian’s sister. Get it? It’s funny because when I reviewed these images I kept thinking, they seem so still when in fact I remember them toView 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 »