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Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Duke Family | Out and About Session

“I don’t want to forget all the little moments…the times they are trying to learn just who they are going to be and us being there to teach them how to be kind, gentle, compassionate people.”  I love the values Chris and Lisa are striving to instill in their daughters.  Respect. Good manners. Kindness.  Gentleness. […]

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The Stone Family | Home Life Session

“I always want to remember that spunk that Catherine is exhibiting at this age; the confidence she shows with whomever she is interacting and whatever she is doing.  The relationship with her dad continues to grow, and there’s nothing more special than those quiet (or not so quiet) moments between the two of them. They […]

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The Hinde Family | Out and About Session

“We are blessed to have two beautiful girls who are total opposites in every way! Watching their sister bond forming as Joss is more mobile and active is my favorite part of everyday. The oldest of my 3 younger sisters, Mandy, is very close to the same age difference between Natalie and Jocelyn. I remember […]

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Gaston Family | Home Life Session

“We want to remember the joy of being a family and playing together. We love watching our kids interact with each other. We want to remember Holt being patient with Annie, trying to teach her all about baseball and her willingness to learn especially from her big bro. They love cheering each other on and […]

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Bush Family | Life Session

“I want to remember how small and precious Evan is and he how is learning so much about his world every day. He has the most beautiful smile and loving eyes. I also want to remember the love that is blooming between Evan and Alyssa. I want to remember the quiet times of just holding […]

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