Category Archives: family.

The Murphys.

It rained all day and then turned into a beautiful evening. Typical Midwest! ::eye roll:: But the water drops twinkled in the back light so I was super ok with the damp ground! I asked Steph if she had just washed Emerson’s hair and sheView full post »

The Prossers.

Emerson has mastered the puckered lips. Curious little independent beaver. She wanted to get down and not be touched. Lemme see it all, mama! We hung out by the water waiting for Daddy to get there. Fairly certain Emme would have walked right inView 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 Klems.

My word, look at these beautiful girls I have the honor of calling my nieces! Being another big sister figure to Rachel, Team Klems skipped school and work to come watch the nuptials as well! Five years ago, we did their family  shots on theView 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 »

Mr. & Mrs. Cowell!!!!

I can’t believe the day has come and gone. It makes my heart both happy and sad! Also, know that I blogged way too many images but you guys, I’m the boss so I’ll do what I want. 🙂 We all drove to Topsail, NC for the big day!View full post »

The Fischessers.

Look at this big guy, so strong. He kept trying to hold his head up and flinging it around! BABYYY! You’re only a week old! LOVE me some naked frog babies! Doing baby crunches to get to the milks! Hurry ma! I took this same shot withView full post »

The Brauntzes.

I like to step back and capture reality when I have the opportunity. Their mundane may seem so normal to viewers, but it’s much different than most first time parents. Not only are the venturing through the waters of learning so much at onceView full post »