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I had the pleasure of photographing this little beauty.  She was so dainty and precious, and she made me work!   She was my first ‘cold weather’ Missouri newbie and although she doesn’t know it, she taught me a couple things during our session.  One is that I need a larger heater for my sessions. […]

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At the time the session was scheduled, I knew this little guy’s daddy would be deploying soon after he was born.   Baby J was born on a Saturday, and on Monday his mom contacted me and told me that his daddy was deploying Wednesday night.   No one thought it would be that soon.  I knew […]

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I had the pleasure of photographing sweet lil Lucy Lu.   She is absolutely adorable and I thoroughly enjoyed her company that afternoon.  She was a little older (15 days) so she was less interested in sleeping at the beginning of the session.  Mom thought for sure she’d conk right out but Lucy had other […]

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6 days old.  Is this little one not sweetest thing you have ever seen?  I ADORE her chubbiness.  Forget the photography, I just wanted to snuggle her.    Miss Nevaeh was a complete baby doll.    Every single backdrop and accessory looked gorgeous against her skin tone.  I had a hard time choosing which props […]

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I had the pleasure of photographing this handsome little guy.  He was my first newborn session in Missouri and he was an absolute dream to photograph.  I have to admit that I have a problem when it comes to photographing newborns. Especially sleepy ones.  I just can’t stop.  I could have easily continued on for […]

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Hi Clients & Fans! Happy New Year!   May 2012 bring joy, love, peace, health & happiness to you and your family! I am back to work tomorrow after taking 10-days off to enjoy the holidays with my loved ones.  I will be updating this blog with several 2011 sessions over the next couple months […]

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