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Wednesday, March 31, 2010


My blog has become a blogsite. Its not here anymore! New site can be found here. See you there!

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

My Mawma use to tease me and say she was going to put a picture of me in the newspaper. Maybe for my 16th birthday or something. Sounds innocent enough right? WRONG! THE picture was just horrible. I was little..like less than 3 maybe. (I hope) I was eating a fudge popsicle while laying on the couch. I was naked. Yeah yeah..laugh!! I don't care!!! Luckily, she never actually published the picture.

As a mommy, I have pictures of my babies in their birthday suits. Its just so sweet!!! Perfectly soft skin. Chubby rolls. And lets be honest, its about the only time in your life that chubby rolls are desired!!! And this little one has the cutest chubby rolls I have ever seen!!!


I love the look on her face. She put up with alot yesterday! I cant believe how well she did. She is about 8 1/2 months old, and my very own 7 month old will NOT hold still for me like she did. I could lay around and snap pictures of her all day!


And the middle sister. She reminds me of my middle child. She has such a free spirit. Thank you for the nature walk!! I will bring my camera with me for our next playdate. We can sneak off and take some pictures of you and Flicka. Sound like fun?


Tuesday, March 16, 2010


I felt like a kid yesterday. It was just like being 10 years old again. Crawling through the bushes, weaving in and out of branches and vines. It was my own Teribitia. It was huge. The "woods" behind my house growing up...they were huge. I named all of the waters and its islands. I named the trees. It was my own little country and I was the boss.

It seems that the S. kids have that as well. I was delighted when their mama agreed to let them model for me. I asked three of her five beautiful kids where we could go take some awesome pictures. They led me deep into their own little piece of the world. We crawled through the bushes. We weaved in and out of branches and vines. They named each nook and cranny. They knew it like the back of their hand.

Here are a few from yesterday's adventure. The two boys. They were so cooperative and how could you get a bad picture from them? They are so handsome!! I will share the girls tomorrow. This is just a tiny bit...



And thank you boys (and girl) for sharing your Teribithia with me.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

So close!

My shoulders hurt. My back hurts. My eyes...oh my poor, poor eyes. My house is so far from its normal cleanishness (yeah I made up that word), and we may or may not have clean clothes for tomorrow. But my new blogsite is SO CLOSE to being done. Of course, I decided to take on one more project right now. Hey why not? Why not redecorate the living room? Sure! I'm running in all directions at once.

I am so excited about the new direction my business is taking!

Here is a little taste of my recent sessions. More of each to come!!

Miss Abbie. This young lady is adorable!!! I had so much fun with her. Many more from her session to come as soon as possible. :)



A few more from the Burrell Family. This brand new family is so precious. I look forward to watching their sweet son grow up. Congratulations again B. Family! God has really blessed you!


Tuesday, March 9, 2010

A style all of their own

My mom tells me that when I was younger I was very particular about my style. I was very concerned about all of my clothing matching. Down to my socks and panties. If I wore pink, it all had to be pink. (Pink was my favorite color, of course) My room was always picked up and clean.

Naturally, I did the same thing with my own girls. I dont hesitate in saying that they were very well dressed when they were younger. Always matching. Always clean. Their hair was always fixed. Loved it!!

So, you would think that my girls would take after their Mama. That they would desire a clean and matching wardrobe. Perhaps they would strive to keep their room clean.

*insert wild laughter and finger pointing*

If you know my girls, you know they do not fit this description. Briana could care less if her layers of clothing match. Yes, layers. Many layers. Both on her body and her head. She is known for wearing several hair accessories that dont match or belong together. She can be...whats the word....creative with her wardrobe.

And then there is Avah. Sweet Avah Nicole. Avah would be a nudist if she were allowed. Really, she could. She is the total opposite of Briana when it comes to her hair. She does not like to have her hair brushed or fixed. I have begged this child to cut her hair. She agreed...but she told the stylist to cut it long to the floor...sigh....

Here is how you normally find my girls. dirty. barefoot. happy.



And because he is so cute...

Monday, March 8, 2010

Lady killer

Yesterday, we took the kids to see a movie and out for lunch. While Juan was busy getting the girls settled at the table, I took Samuel to the ladies room for a diaper change. Well, there was a line..but Sam didn't mind. He used this as an opportunity to practice his flirting skills. Of course, he was practicing on a bunch of pretty college girls. One girl couldn't help flirting back... When she was able to quit gazing into his eyes, she looked up at me and said...
Wow! He is a lady killer!

I kind of agree.




Saturday, March 6, 2010

Growing..they just keep on growing...

Yesterday was Samuel's 7 month "birthday"...I still can not believe he is this old. He is crawling, sitting, pulling up (only in his crib), and getting into anything and everything he can. He is still full of smiles! He squeals, laughs, and screams. It's pretty darn cute!

We had some pretty great weather yesterday, so we decided to take a few pictures of the growing boy. I have more, but its late...and it has been a LONG day! So, for now, I will share 2. The first is a VERY good example of what I see from this kid many MANY times a day! He is by far the happiest baby I have ever met!


After we got done with his mini photo shoot (you have to keep them mini when its your own child...they dont like the camera as much as other peoples children), we walked out to the shop. The closer we got, the faster he kicked and the louder he squealed. He was ready to see this man...he loves his great Grandpa. I do too!


More to come...LOTS more!