My baby girl turned 2 a little over a week ago and I can barely bring myself to type that. I probably have said that at every birthday for both Emerson and Sienna but I swear, the shock never wears off. Let me preface this by saying she is at such a fun age right now and I wouldn’t trade it in for anything.
One of my favorite things about being a photographer is the people I meet along the way. My husband and I have made some lifelong friends on this journey and those relationships mean so very much to me.
I say this every year, but I can’t believe we are here… I have a 4 year old. FOUR! That’s pre-school, almost full time school, inquisitive, curious, way too many hormones and emotions, have an opinion about errrrrrthing, age. Each year that passes, I feel the time slipping faster and faster and a stronger than the last sense of desperation as I try my very best to hold on to this time. I don’t want to make this post about that since birthdays are happy and we love celebrating them, but a part of me always gets just a teeny tiny bit sad during these milestones as well. Can’t they just be little forever?!
We met on one of those amazing Florida evenings where the warm breeze and colors in the sky also met in perfect unison. I just love when that happens. Jen and Charlie have that young love that is just so sweet and natural, and also makes my job incredibly easy.
I love nothing more than getting to photograph a couple’s journey from marriage into family. What an absolute honor to capture a story as it unfolds.
photographed this intimate wedding last year at the beautiful Casa Marina in Key West and I’m so excited to finally share it. I’m clearly a tad behind but life is wonderfully busy and we’re just grateful for all that’s come our way!
In just one short month, my cousin is marrying his dream girl and I just couldn’t be more excited for these two!
I hope you all had a lovely Easter weekend! We took a few days off before and enjoyed family time at the beach and ate entirely too many ice cream cones because it feels like summer over here.
So, it’s almost February and I’m about to tell you all about my Christmas. HA! No, but seriously, I’m almost embarrassed to even post this. I debated changing the title about 20 times because who writes a New Years post at the end of January? Like, there go my resolutions.
I don’t know about you guys, but how on earth is Christmas the day after tomorrow?! Between decorating, baking, and seeing every Santa we can possibly see, we’ve also been busy capturing little family holiday sessions. I love this time of year so very much and the fact that I get to document families I adore is just icing on my little gingerbread house. ;)