City girl to farm girl!

I have known this little gal for sometime! I won’t tell you how long because then you will know how old I am:).  She grew up a city girl and over the past couple of years has become quite the farm girl.  Shelly wanted to do some pictures out at Faust Park because she liked the idea of the barns because she lived on a farm.  Hold up, wait a minute…..we need to use your property!  So we did, and this was how we got around to different locations on the farm.  Every photographer gets to ride on a mule when going from location to location right?  Well, it was so FUN! I could have taken pictures all night ( I actually did)!  I had such a good time.  I even told her that I am going to come back out later this year just to take more pictures of whatever, because I couldn’t get enough of it all!

Thank you Shelly and Chad for having me come out and photograph your adorable family!  By the way, Chad was such a good host, that he had scoped out the places he wanted to capture the family in and they were all perfect.  Totally made my job a piece of cake!

Congratulations Ally! Class of 2013!

Its that time of year when new faces, ideas, personalities are being released into the world with thier diploma and continuing on to college!  That is Ally, class of 2013.  We are so very proud of you and wish you all the best in whatever you choose to become.  Work hard, laugh a lot, be thankful for your family and the support they have for you.  Your education is such a gift so remember to not take it for granted and experience and learn all that you can. CONGRATULATIONS ALLY!

The “R” Family!

I was very excited to have a session with my friend and co-worker.  It finally appeared to be a decent spring day.  The rain stopped, the sun was out….but it was still chilly.  These kiddos did a great job NOT looking cold!  My favorite are the last three pictures of the twins.  They definitely have the “I am only doing this because mom really wants these pictures” vibe!  Great kids so..Good job MOM and Happy early Mother’s day!