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Yearly Archives: 2009

Baby Girl | San Mateo Baby Photographer

Yesterday I spent the morning with this little darling and her parents. She was such a delight: squishy, smiley, silky,View full post »

Baby Brother | Peninsula Family Photographer

This family has an adorable girl and now a new baby boy! What a blessing it was to spend the afternoon withView full post »

My baby is 2.

For 730 days, I’ve held you, fed you, changed you, kissed you, cuddled you, sang to you, marveled at you, carriedView full post »

More from Stanford…Peninsula Family Photographer

I don’t think I’ve ever photographed a little boy with more mind of his own than this one! He was soView full post »

Sneak peeks…Peninsula Family Photographer

I have several recent shoots I still need to post. First up: a shoot I just did at Stanford…can’t even tellView full post »

Gratitude #22 {Friends}

The kind who will stand in line with a bunch of teenagers to see New Moon on opening night… and discuss theView full post »

Gratitude #18 {Twirling}

It starts soon after one learns to walk. One twirls. Twirling is to walking as laughing is to speaking.View full post »

Gratitude #17 {Summer}

Playing with the hose never gets old, does it? Last week London wanted to turn it on. Sadly, I had to tell her summerView full post »

More from Abq…

There are some serious heartbreakers here. I’m a sucker for blue eyes!View full post »

Gratitude #16 {sleep}

I’ve been catching up on it. That’s why I missed a few days of posting…now I’m back!View full post »

Gratitude #11 {Eden}

I love her. And I love the way she loves me. Just about everything she does makes me laugh, even her tantrums. The girlView full post »

Abq mini-sessions cont’d

After four boys and a baby girl, these parents still got it!View full post »

Abq mini-sessions cont’d

Does this family have incredible eyes or what?View full post »

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