I am so excited to photograph this couple’s wedding this fall! They are getting married at the Herlong Mansion, so we decided it was fitting to do their engagement photo shoot in Micanopy too. We took some fun shots on one of their motorcycles, they do a lot of riding together, so we thought it would be fun to incorporate into some of the photos. Plus I got to try my hand at panning. We had such a fun time together, minus the bugs that tried to take us out towards the end. Mike your a trooper! I can’t wait for the wedding!
Today was a pretty big day in the milestone department. I sent both of my older boys off to school. Ro started 1st grade, and Ezra started pre-school. I have to admit, I think I was more nervous than them. I had my reservations about sending Ezra off to school this year, due to his compromised immune system. But really, I know in my heart that he needs school and that he is ready. That doesn’t make it any easier though!
Both the boys had great first days. Rowan was so excited when he got home today. And although they said Ezra did cry a couple of times, he did tell me he had a fun time, and that he wants to go back tomorrow. All around the first day was successful!
I am so proud of my boys and so excited for the new school year!
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I am finally back in sunny, hot Florida! Here is a sneak peek from my first Minnesota photo shoot. More sneak peeks coming soon!
I have been taking pictures of Judah every month now since his birth. This photo shoot was a little different, I am actually in the photos! I asked my husband to snap a few pictures of me and Judah, and he did a great job.
As much as I don’t really like being on the other end of the camera, I do think it is important that I am actually in some of the photos. I want to be able to look back someday and remember how a baby looked in my arms. And I want my boys to have those memories as well. So if your a mom that’s always behind the camera, please remember to include yourself in a photo from time to time. You’ll thank yourself later.