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Brothers

This has been a full year in the making.  Ever since I took the first picture of my boys together on my bed, I knew I had to do a collage of them at different milestones during the year.  I’m just so excited to finally finish it and not just show my boys together but really capture their bond.  Every day I’m amazed at how well the play together and love each other.  I hope they grow up to be best friends for life.

Brothers

Four and One: Fort Hood Child Photographer

We decided to have the boys’ photo shoots a week early since we’ll be busy with the party next weekend.  I can’t believe my boys have grown so fast!

 Tristan, my four year old heartbreaker, rocking the urban location I’ve been eyeing forever.  I’m so glad he let me snap a few before the rain started falling.

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Heart Breaker

This one is more “happy accident” than portrait.  He wanted some of him playing on the playground and I got this shot that screamed “black and white.”  It’s so moody just like him.Moody Tristan

The cake smash!!!  This was every bit as fun as I thought it would be.  He absolutely loved it! Of course, trying to get eye contact while he is much more interested in smearing icing from head to toe was a challenge.  He was almost too busy chowing down to show me a smile!

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The mandatory washing of the baby… but I forgot the soap so I’ll have to do a do over with bubbles this week.Corvin in a tub

Take a guess how long those blocks stayed in position… I’ll give you a hint it was less than two seconds....in nine days

My absolute new favorite of my Corvin.  It reminds me of all the newborn pictures I did when he was first born.  Also reminds me that just like with my first born, when they sleep they look just as sweet and innocent as the day they were born.

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Anything For A Smile: Kernersville Baby Photographer

I met back up with Miss B for her 9 month photo session.  She let me know she isn’t a morning person by barely cracking a smirk as I did every antic that I wasn’t too embarrassed to do.  I sang.  I danced.  I clapped.  I played Peek-A-Boo.  I barked like a dog.  I made undescribable noises and made funny faces.  Nothing!  By the end of the session, I stole a couple smiles that were meant for her mama but mostly she gave me this solemn look and I thought it was just as adorable!

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