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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

18 Month Old Mia | Ocala, Florida Children's Photographer

I had a wonderful time photographing little 18 month old Mia. She's so sweet and THOSE CURLS! It took her a little bit to warm up because we had to wake her up from her nap in the car. But once she did her session went beautifully! Her Momma and I taught Kindergarten together and were pregnant at the same time. It was great catching up with her and seeing her little girl again. I hope to photograph many more Mia sessions in the future!

Monday, January 21, 2013

My Whitney at 16 months | Ocala, Florida Children's Photographer

Here's my Little Darlin' at 16 months. It was a cold day and I really wanted to get a picture of her in her little winter hat. I was able to snap a few before she yanked it off. The last two pictures are very typical of her personality. One minute she's laughing and clapping, then next she's sucking those fingers of hers. 

She's growing up so fast! Everyday, I'm amazed at all I realize that she has learned. Yesterday we went to the Lowry Park Zoo. Whitney saw the little splash fountains and gave me the sign for "bath!" She also said "ooh ooh aah" at the monkeys! She's so cute and really has a joyful spirit. Needless to say, I'm so thankful for her!

Monday, January 7, 2013

Baby Harrison | Ocala, Florida Newborn Photographer

Introducing Harrison John Pell! And oh, he's so precious! Big sister, Kylee, and big brother, Brady are thrilled he's here. 
His shoot went pretty well! Amanda's home get's really good light and is decorated beautifully. And she is definitely a pro Momma! She birthed her baby in her home and was walking around while nursing! Amazing! Enjoy~

Jones Family | Ocala, Florida Family Photographer

The entire Jones family came into town for Christmas! I had the privilege of photographing their family.  And they wanted a few extras of their newest addition to the family...sweet little Ruth. (Her Momma and Daddy are about to head back to Africa where they are missionaries. So it was very important to get a few family shots of just them with little Ruth). Isn't little Ruth precious?!
We only had about 30 minutes, and you can imagine how stressful that would be with 10 kids! But thanks to the adults who made the kids smile in the "Grandparents and kids" picture, and thanks to my husband who stepped out of his comfort zone to act silly to make everyone smile in the whole group picture! The everyone be silly picture at the end needed no help at all! (The Joneses know how to do fun!).

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