Although I went to high school with my dear friend Angie, this was actually the first time I met her parents and sisters. I fell in love with her whole family. They are all just as witty and hysterical as she is. They chose to have their session at two wineries in Napa, and what […]
This fun, eclectic, boho wedding took place at Camp Pollock in Sacramento, CA. I loved all of the personal details- from the floral arrangements created by the bride’s friend, to the dining sets the couple put together with items they found in thrift stores, and the cake that the bride made herself! My favorite parts […]
My beautiful niece is a mom! Which now makes me this little guy’s great aunt. I mean, personally I think I’m just an ok aunt (*ba dum tss*), but I’ll wear the Great Aunt title proudly in any case. I loved getting these candids of Mom, Dad, & Baby Boy during their in-home lifestyle session.
Still trying to learn how to navigate this whole broken family holidays thing. The past two years my babies have spent Christmas with their dad. While it’s been a bit of a bummer for me, I do have them most of the year. So I know that for them, any time they get to see […]
Ok, I’ll just come out and say it. I’m incredibly jealous of how this family does winter! A cabin in the snow. Perfection.
The night before my dad’s heart attack was a night full of foreshadowing. When I moved away from home, I naturally missed my dad from time to time. I couldn’t fall asleep without a tv show that reminded me of him playing in the background. Typically anything with Tim Allen, as he’s always reminded me […]
“I think that possibly, maybe I’m falling for you. Yes there’s a chance that I’ve fallen quite hard over you. I’ve seen the waters that make your eyes shine. Now I’m shining too. Because oh because I’ve fallen quite hard over you.” -Landon Pigg, Falling in Love at a Coffee Shop
Recently one night, after half a bottle of wine and a thorough examination of the state of my finances, I decided I needed to make photography and blogging a side hustle and look for a “real” job. All of my kids would soon finally be on the same school schedule, so I’d finally be able […]