How could I NOT do a another post with Jill and Ryan…this time with little Scotlyn included? So much sass. So much personality. So, so, so much cuteness. You can see part one HERE.
Posts Tagged ‘Family Indoors’
That window…that glorious little nook of light on the upstairs floor has turned into a tradition for our photos. Newborn…six months…and now a year. I imagine little brother coming later this year will have his place in the nook as well. Or, maybe we’ll start a new tradition…with that fabulous black and white damask bed…
Be prepared as I word vomit all over my blog with personal feelings and sentiments. I find myself sitting here at the beginning of a new year with many goals and aspirations. Some old. Some new. And SOME that need immediate attention. That SOME I am referring to is BALANCE…finding that ever desired balance in life. In my case…the balance between parenting, spousing, working, churching, and me…ing. I have known for a while that it is photography that has been hanging the heaviest on my balance scale. Don’t get me wrong…I feel SUPER lucky to have something as wonderful as photography that is hanging heavy on my proverbial scale. But, alas, many things have been neglected for too long and it is time for a fix. As I looked at my 18 month old baby and wondered where in the world the time went (and desperately wished for the time back), I knew I needed to make some changes. I
want must have more time for my kids…for my husband…and hopefully a little tiny amount for me as well.
So, what does that all mean? Simply that it is quite obvious that I adore photography in every way and will continue on as usual…just at a lesser amount. So, I will be dramatically cutting the amount of sessions I will be accepting in 2011. This isn’t a warning to book early…just a heads up to…well…book early.
Thanks to ALL of my amazing, wonderful clients and internet friends for an awesome 2010. Bring on 2011!!!
And…I hope this family brings a smile to your face as they did mine. They hold a special place in my heart. Enjoy!
I strongly feel that using props/accessories or themes that describe a family or individual are the best (and most fun) way to bring out personalities and relationships. These images make me so happy…just to see the love and fun between the family members. Dang it, I want pictures of my family preparing baked goods!