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I added it up, and for the fifth time this summer, I got to meet a childhood friend’s babies for the very first time.  There really is something special about watching the girls you grew up with turn into mothers, and I am so in awe of the beauty and grace with which each of them has done so.

My friend, Evie, made the trip from Washington, D.C. to visit her parents in Pullman, and while she was in the area we met at a park in Spokane for a photo session with her girls.  Gretchen and Georgia were so fun to work with!  These girls are so energetic and so loving, and smothered me with enough hugs and kisses to completely melt my heart.

Here are some images I was able to capture as they danced and played in the park:



I cannot believe it’s already the last day of August!  The month passed in a blur of non-photography related projects – most notably, The Great Home Renovation of 2012, which sounded so…romantic at first. and full of creative possibilities.  Six weeks later, and still working in the same area, the magic is gone, ha!  Thankfully, we did make some good headway, which means it’s back behind the lens for me!

Here is a sneak peek of my session yesterday with two little sweeties, Georgia and Gretchen.


First, I had a beautiful reunion with my childhood best friend, and was able to finally meet her two babies.

Then, my older sister’s childhood best friend came to town and I was able to meet her babies for the very first time.

Then one of my dearest friends from London came for a visit.

And then, to top it all off:

Harper was born. One of my closest friends became a mother, and she couldn’t have given birth to a lovelier, more beautiful, easy-going baby girl.

Is your July shaping up to be as sweet as mine?

  • I am super jealous you already got to see her, but you did a beautiful job photographing her as usual! You are so talented:)ReplyCancel

  • You are going to l-o-v-e her, Jamie. She is soooo sweet! It’s going to be awesome to see Tate with her…we should get her together with him and Oakley. It would be mind-blowing!ReplyCancel

Taking a break in the editing to post one sweet shot from my Sunday evening with the entire Wilde family.  Wandering a hillside of little white daisies dotted with the next generation of stunning blond babies drenched in golden sunset light, I was one happy photographer.

More to come!