Tuesday, May 7, 2013

The P Family: Farm Shoot 2012

 I read to my twin girls every night and usually I'm sitting on the floor, leaning into their nightlight so I can see the words on the pages. Tonight was a reminder to me that we need to get blinds on their window because I was able to read to them without a light. It was a little after 8:00 pm but still very light outside. They almost didn't go to sleep but luckily I wore them out playing outside today. Note to Self: Measure their window in the morning.

This is the kids part of the shoot. Every year Mom has one shoot for the whole family so Dad doesn't have to sit around and wait for us while we do the kids pictures. I much prefer her way of doing the shoots. It gives me so much more time to get all those adorable shots that I want to get. Plus I love spending time with them :)

P.S. Take notice of my new Logo on the pics further down. I love it!

The P Family: Summer 2012

Well it's May. I don't know how in the world we are already into the fifth month of 2013 but I'm sure I'm not the only one that feels like they have missed a couple of months in there somewhere. It was beautiful outside today. It got to around 67 degrees here at one point in the day but a few days ago you would have never even known it was supposed to be summer soon. It was 33 degrees, rainy and just all around crappy weather, and a little over a week before that we had 15 inches of snow. Luckily, looking out the window right now you'd never guess that we had a lot of snow in our yard only a week ago. I've said it before and I know I'll say it a million more times but it's worth repeating...I live in the wrong damn state! Fortunately I kind of like it here so I guess I'll stay ;)

This shoot is long over due! It's from last July (yes as in ten months ago July) and I'm finally able to post these. It's actually a two parter so there will be more pics of these adorable kiddos coming up. I had the rare opportunity to do a shoot with not only the daughter, mother, and grandmother but also the great grandmother. That's four generations! I was so excited to have the chance to do this and it only made it better that I got to do it for my best friend.