I love how this beautiful mama loves to show off her beautiful baby-filled belly. My ranks of extended family continue to grow as cousins Marc and Kylea keep adding to their troops! In fact, I’m posting this from last winter, and looking at my calendar to schedule their next maternity shoot. Woot woot! For those who love to be pregnant….please, go have many babies for those of us who looked like whales the entire time we were pregnant and felt like we had the flu for 9 months. Kylea, you are stunning. Beautiful in all seasons.
You’d never know these two were suffering through a bad bout of food poisoning! It’s a hard call to make when you have flight reservations the next day to go “back home” and you’ve had a rough night before after some questionable cuisine. But they made a late day call to press on! I think by the end of the shoot they were smiling and laughing with perma-grin so much that they started to forget about their ailments. Katie and David, I can’t wait to be a part of your Aspen, CO wedding this summer, SUPER excited!!!!
My heart warms up with sparkles and bubbles when I get to be with Katie. Her heart is even more beautiful than what I could capture in portrait. I love watching this woman of God take flight into her life’s journey. I can’t wait to see where He leads her. I know she’ll follow. Yum.
I have quite the extended family. Both of my parents were farm kids, with several siblings, so my list of cousins goes on and on. And I’m more than delighted to know and love tenderly my cousins’ kids….my third cousins? That’s Gabe. Strong in spirit, steadfast Jesus-lover, well-balanced compassionate with kids-player. I loved his surprise visit during college basketball tour/try out time. Couldn’t resist a chance to grab some senior portraits as he passed through. Loved even more the phone pics of him hanging on the playset with his two siblings and my kids. I loved that my kids got to be with him, know him, and have him a part of their world.
What a perfectly classy event Brian and Andrea hosted to celebrate their new life together. With the threat of thunderstorms all summer long it might of seemed iffy for a rooftop wedding in Denver. But the Museum of Nature and Science provided a great view of the storm coming in and better unveiling of the threat than any radar could provide. And in 20 minutes it had come and gone and left the party with a lovely cool evening to celebrate. This museum, a perfect venue for these two teachers, lifelong learners in love.
They’re always up to something creative. I had a lot of fun with these gals in a themed Rockabilly shoot. They just wanted to make a pin-up calendar for their husbands. Cute. (Smiles). One hubby (my cousin) actually showed up to watch….I think he was enjoying that just as much as he’s gonna enjoy the end product. You’re beautiful ladies! You show it well!