Category Archives: Twins/Triplets

I was so excited to get to photograph this dynamic duo recently for November issue of Montgomery Parents magazine!  For the record Aaron and Ben are HUGE Auburn fans but Aaron took one for the “team” for this themed shoot.  They are 2 1/2 years old and as adorable in person as they are in […]

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These girls have come so far and it always brightens my day to see their sweet smiling faces!  At 2 years old they are on the GO!  What a fun time we had!  🙂

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Yes, you are indeed seeing double!  Meet Hayley & Hayden – aren’t they the cutest in their little ponytails?!?  I think Doublemint gum should revive the old Doublemint twins commercials and give these girls the starring roles.  They are absolutely precious!  It was so wonderful to see them again to document their latest milestone of […]

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I have to say 2010 was an incredible year!  I have met and had the pleasure to work with so many wonderful children and families this year.  I am so blessed to be apart of these lives and help them document those special moments in time.  As I worked on this year end slideshow I […]

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I met Anna about a year ago when she spied me at my hair salon. I was reading the photographer’s training manual for Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep (an organization that offers infant bereavement photography during the loss of a child at birth). I was truly oblivious to those around me that day. […]

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Webster’s Dictionary defines “miracle” as “an extremely outstanding or unusual event, thing, or accomplishment”. The birth story of these two precious girls is truly a miracle. Born at 27 weeks and weighing only 1 lb 12 oz and 2 lb 5 oz, Charlie and Lily are proven fighters. Hearing all they and their family have […]

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Oh my I am so in love! If I was not done having children I would be suffering from some serious baby fever today! 🙂 Here’s another look at Miss Hayley and Miss Hayden who are now enjoying their new home and breaking their parents in like they like ’em! They were 7 days old […]

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