Hey guys. Just jumping on here to share more pictures of my boys. Yesterday we decided it was time for cuts. Both boys hair was in their eyes and on top of that we had an incident involving scissors and little brothers hair. I’ll say, it could have turned out worse but it didn’t make cutting it any easier when there is a big chunk missing from where brother decided to cut it off. If you haven’t thanked your stylist, do so.. because this stuff isn’t easy. Children are inpatient, squirmy, and their hair has a texture that isn’t like most adults. I’ll just say, I am glad I wasn’t the one doing the cutting. Shane did a fantastic job and will be taking quarantine kitchen cut appointments.. kidding! Anyways, here are a few shots of the boys and their new style!
It all started with these cowboy boots and turned into shaving cream fun. I was trying to feel accomplished and organize my youngest son’s closet. I had taken a tub down from the top of the closet that had shoes I had put back a few years ago in hopes that if we had a second child, it would be a boy and he could use them. Turns out, that was the case. As I was digging through, my oldest son Luca, saw is old cowboy boots and wedged them on his feet and went on his way. I could hear both boys in the bathroom down the hall so I went to check on them. They were both in the bath, no water, playing. I decided to bring the tub of shoes in front of the bathroom door so I could watch them and attempt to go through shoes. Literally in the time it took to do that, both boys had found a bottle of Harrys Shaving Cream I had left out for a project I wanted to do with them later, and covered each other in it. I wanted to be upset and explain that this was just another mess mom would have to clean up, but they were so cute and happy with their decision. I decided to document it and then give them both a bath. I’ll be the first to admit that emotions are running on high during the quarantine, and with the weather being cold today we were simply running out of activities to do inside as well as patients, but I’m so glad I let them have this moment and documented it! Little to my knowing, it gave me a reason to create, which I have been longing to do since the quarantine started. I miss photographing, creating, and being proud of my work..so thank you boys. I think I may have to make a habit of documenting things these two wild boys get into and add it to “A Day in the Life” section.
In Home Newborn Session
A few months ago I got to photograph Beau for his Newborn Session. It seems like just yesterday we were doing his big brother’s newborn pictures, if you can’t remember, take a look back at them. (Jack’s Newborn Pictures)
Jen’s house was the perfect place for an in home session. She has it decorated beautifully and it photographs so well! The lighting was great and the whole family was able to attend, which gave us a variety of images for little Beau. We are getting ready to shoot his three month pictures and I can’t wait to update everyone with those images. For now, here are a few of my favorites from the in home newborn session.
October is one of my favorite times for weddings! Stephanie and Tanner’s wedding was no exception! They wed at the cutest venue called The Portico, which is located in Seminole, Oklahoma. The two met in a cover band at Seminole State College. The two love watching movies together, driving to new places, and trying new restaurants. They might not have a “love at first sight” story, but the two of them took their time and developed a real love for each other! When planning the wedding, Stephanie decided on black, gold, and white for her colors. It gave a halloween vibe, but in the most romantic way! Here are some of my favorite images from Stephanie and Tanners Wedding at The Portico.
Lazy A Ranch Summer Wedding
Melissa and Charles had the most beautiful Lazy A Ranch Summer Wedding. It was as hot as they come being an Oklahoma, August Wedding, but it was so beautiful and you would never be able to tell through the pictures. Melissa had her bridesmaids in different, bright colored dresses while she wore a long sleeve gown, with the most beautiful lace. Lazy A Ranch is one of my favorite places to photograph a wedding because its very neutral and natural. Melissa and Charles were a fantastic couple and I am so happy they chose me to photograph their wedding day. Here are a few highlights: