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This may be a little late, but after all the rush of getting photos done and out the door before Christmas, then the holiday season with my family, I have finally found some time to blog my favorites from my November mini sessions!
And if you’re worried that you missed out on the mini session deal, I suggest you keep your ears and eyes peeled. I just may be offering some more very soon!
Here are some good shots from our quick and painless 20 minute sessions:

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Here we have the McCormicks and Smiths. I happily photographed Shannon and Colby’s wedding and got to know this family a little then, but I had already known them a little, because I went to school with the three McCormick kids. A very beautiful loving family they are, and little Peyton is the first of her generation, and probably the most popular little lady of the group. She is SO CUTE! So I can see why she gets so much attention. I enjoyed photographing the family at the Historic Stewart Farmhouse. It turned out that we were jockeying for space with 3 or maybe even 4 other photographers at that time. We worked it all out though, and had no issues finding pretty spots for our photos.
Here’s a little snippet of what we got that day!

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So after I was finished with the Jahner family (posted below), I had another task! Concentrate on the Leonard trio. TRIO! New parents have that glassy look of bliss and lack of sleep in their eyes. Except that Ava is an angel and often gives her mommy up to 9 consecutive hours of sleep a night. Kind of unfair, to me at least, considering I don’t even get that out of my 14 month old! So their glassy look is pure bliss.
Jen and Joel got married in September of 2010, at Redwoods Golf Course, and it was one of my favorite weddings to date! It was beautiful, emotional, funny, and entertaining! They were ridiculously good looking all dressed up. And now, 9 weeks after giving birth, Jen looks as good as she did on her wedding day. ALSO UNFAIR. But we love her anyway! Joel, of course you still look just as good too!
Okay, the way Joel looks at his little girl is heart melting. Jen seems to have taken to this naturally, despite the somewhat rough road bringing Ava into this world (women are warriors!).
I’m excited to share these images with you all!

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A beautiful Sunday morning spent with a beautiful family. I had a lot of fun with them, we met up at the Historic Stewart Farmhouse to get some photos of their whole family. Especially since a new generation has just been added. Ava is “the pride of the fleet”, and the way her auntie, uncle and grandparents look at her is just as endearing as the way her parents look at her. It is obvious that everyone is thrilled with this new little addition. What a perfect time to get timeless shots of the entire family together, forever there to look back on, and remember those beautiful Fall days just after Ava was born. Every single person in this family is ridiculously good looking! It made my job extremely easy. They also dressed perfectly for our shoot, I was thrilled to see how well everyone complimented each other.
Here are my favorite shots of their shoot.

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