Thursday, February 25, 2010

The princess of the W family

As promised here are the latest pictures of the W family's princess. I can't believe she is 6 months old already. Happy 1/2 birthday.

Monday, February 22, 2010

The boys of the W family

Here are some pictures of the W family boys although the first one includes their sweet little sister. (Her pictures will be up next) These boys are so cute and have the most beautiful blue eyes and the longest eyelashes! Thanks W family for letting me photograph your precious little ones.

Miss T is 1

This little cutie is going to be 1. Happy birthday sweet little Miss T!

Friday, February 19, 2010

Beautiful baby M

I must say Miss M was one of the best babies I have ever worked with. She just posed like she was a natural and never a whimper the entire time. Mom, you are one lucky lady. Did I mention how gorgeous Miss M is? She is picture perfect.

Bezaleel Artisans on etsy

I had the opportunity to work with from Bezaleel Artisans. They have an etsy store with such cute designs, here are just a few. You have to check out their etsy store! I LOVE their creations they are cute, trendy and very affordable.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

To die for hats from Paws in the Air on etsy

Aren't these hats just the cutest things? They are from Paws in the Air on etsy. They come in all different colors and sizes. They make tons of different things not just hats so check out their etsy store for unique gifts.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Mr. K is going to be 1

I can't believe this little guy is going to be 1! Happy birthday Mr. K!

Friday, February 12, 2010

Happy Valentine's Day

Saturday, February 6, 2010

I just love Newbies!

I just love newborns. They are so sweet and smell like heaven. Miss S was a perfect little angel. I just love all of her hair! Enjoy the pictures. BTW the adorable black hat with the big pink flower can be found at LL's Creations etsy shop

Monday, February 1, 2010

Loving every inch

I love every inch of this little girl. Her smile can light up a room. They grow so fast that sometimes you need to capture every little inch of them to remember exactly what they looked like.