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The Smiths.

We enjoyed a sunny and warm fall day at the park with kids when we thought it was going to be a chilly fall night! Nope! 81′ at sunset. GAH! They were, of course, throwing leaves everywhere and I couldn’t help but want a close up ofView full post »

The Uhls.

These cute kids! I love the joy on everyone’s face! We went to one of their favorite hiking places and James and Owen could.not.wait to get on these rocks. I told them I just shot the cover of their first rock band album. They didn’tView full post »

The Schmidts.

It was an exciting one year session for Braxton and Crosley! Or more importantly, Megan and Mike survived a whole year with two babies!! Crosley was more reserved but her brother was very excitable and thrilled to be getting his pics taken.View full post »

The Pace Circus on the Beach!

These two monkeys! They’re 2.5 and 1 part cute and 1 part rotten. I asked them to stand close and to put their arms around each other. Somehow that translated to Ari to hold his brother face, maybe even his ear? Hams, I tellView full post »

The Hines.

So many baby hands and toes! I LOVE THIS. Sweet little boys wanted to make their appearance entirely too early! Molly was admitted at 24.5wks with contractions and thankfully held them in for a month on hospital bedrest. Then the stinkers spentView full post »

The Kipps.

When Rachel and Chase decided they were having a beach wedding, Carly and I constantly were chatting details and planning. It didn’t take long to decide she was just going to come and be the hair stylist and help me with whatever elseView full post »

Halloween 2016.

The Pace Circus! So it’s been an obvious costume since I started calling us the Pace Circus the day I delivered the twins. Last year we did Alice in Wonderland because the babies were chubby and bald and it was perfect. But I’ve beenView full post »

Merry Christmas 2016!

Merry Christmas to all my social media friends! (Back) (Front.) Doing projects is always overwhelming while we are doing it and I hardly ever try to remember to take progress work. Afterwards I always regret it because I know the non artist blogView full post »