Posted on November 29, 2009
A newborn baby sleeping is so blissful. Doesn’t she look just like a baby doll? (I was tickled when this pettiskirt was pulled out, it’s the exact same kind and color as the one I have)
I fully enjoyed this in-home newborn session. R had just turn 4 weeks old and was so sweet, even when she only wanted her Mom.
Erin- Thank you for letting me capture some of R’s sweet moments for you. Your Husband’s Aunt’s house was beautiful and the perfect setting for this session. I can’t wait to show you the rest in about a week.
Posted on November 28, 2009
This was my first urban family session. And I really enjoyed it!
Meet Joe & his 3 daughters. For being an overcast, chilly Fall afternoon they brought such great smiles. I love this first one, but the family bond & closeness that is shown in the 2nd one makes it a favorite too.
Posted on November 27, 2009
Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving yesterday. We had a nice Thanksgiving with family. Ate turkey, fixings, and pie. Played a couple board games.
Since we opted to not take part in Black Friday sales this year, I thought today I would share some of the Fall/Thanksgiving crafts that we did.
I found the idea for the leaf mask here. Of course ours came out a bit more scary than their version. Seema even screamed when she saw herself in the mirror.
With the leftover leaves that were already modge podge’d we hung on some twine across one of our windows.
I made these little yarn pumpkins from this yarn apple tutorial
. Each of the kids that came out for my pumpkin patch portraits received one of these in their treat bags.
Lastly, this month we made marshmallow pilgrim hats
to share with family and friends. One of my co-workers pointed out this recipe
to me, so we had to try it. This is perfect for toddlers. Seema laid out the cookies and put the marshmallows in place, then I poured the chocolate and added the yellow buckle later.
Posted on November 23, 2009
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