Archive for the ‘Babies & Kids’ Category
In the Latter-day Saint faith, you are officially a member when you are baptized. For most kids who grow up in a Mormon household, this special event happens at the age of eight. My best friend Amy’s daughter Livi, chose to be baptized and I couldn’t be more proud of her. Amy asked me to take some pictures of Livi to commemorate the special occasion.
The mamma to all of these beautiful kids happens to be one of my good friends. You’d think she’d be a crazy, frazzled woman with all these littles, but instead she is soft spoken, calm and so patient. I’m grateful for her example to me and so appreciative for the ability to document the lives of these kids as they love each other like only siblings can. It’s a beautiful thing.
I’ve had the pleasure of photographing the Hadlock family many times now and I can’t tell you what a treat it is each time I see them. They just welcomed their newest miracle addition to their family and we spent a lovely morning together documenting her with her loving siblings and mother. It was hard not to post each and every picture from the shoot here. I hope you enjoy these moments captured as much as I do.
Thank you everyone for your submissions. There were so many, I wish I could use every one of those cute faces. Speaking of modeling, my friend Sarah, owner and creator of Pepper Lou turbans asked me to take some pictures of her newest products. Lucy got in on the modeling action and we were ROLLING when she started pulling these faces. So fierce.
This year was so fun! The kids were really into the festivities. Last night the kids asked me if this was “the REAL Halloween”, since we’d gone to a couple parties before. We had dinner with Geoff’s parents and walked around their neighborhood, then went over to join Amy and her family. The kids were running from door to door like maniacs. You’d have though they’d never seen piece of candy before.
Isaac changed his costume last minute from a Karate Kid to this, something my sister got for us years ago. Whatever.
He said he was “a pirate who was in a wreck”.
Never seen a more perfect Alice in Wonderland. She got her first pair of “pointy shoes” and felt very grown up.
Such a sweet piggy.
Kudos to whoever can guess Geoff’s costume. I was a 1920’s flapper girl the evening before, but couldn’t bring myself to put on the itchy boa again for the night of.
Kate and Geoff’s mom, Bat Lady.