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jedi in training


Watch out Luke Skywalker, you’ve got competition in town!

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3 generations of love

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gift no. 67

Furry Friends Who Comfort

Not sure what this is? Read about this little project of mine HERE.

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loving anticipation

It certainly is a beautiful thing.

Dallas Lifestyle, Dallas Maternity, Dallas Natural
  1. Elizabeth Godyn says: sweet sweet sweet! I know how excited they are to become parents and Lauren you captured it beautifully. on 04.2.12 @ 8:26 pm

upside down or right side up

This family looks great either way — I just love this one of their reflections!

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baby days

My goodness, Mr. H was such a bundle of joy during our session! And not only was little H’s joy contagious, but being with him and his sweet parents this evening back in November (I’m almost to the end of 2011, I promise!) reminded me so much of my own sweet boy as a baby. I found myself being swept back to memories of our own “baby days,” when we were a new family of three with so much ahead. So in love with our baby boy and full of dreams and hopes for him. The love pouring out of these two parents for each other and their sweet baby was just palatable that night, so much like our own. Thank you, L’s, for trusting me to capture your baby days for you. May you treasure them and be reminded by these images of just how special they are!

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gift no. 58

Lollipop Parades

Not sure what this is? Read about this little project of mine HERE.

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one family’s story

We all have them….stories, that is. Our lives are comprised of them. Unique, ever-changing snapshots of where we are right now. The stages our children are in, what makes us special, different, makes us *tick* and how we show our love. It’s not usually something you can articulate, but it is something that just *is.* And the thing that keeps getting me is how quickly our stories change. I’ve been thinking of this a lot lately, because for our family this seems to be happening all too quickly. I can’t shake the urge to want to slow the passage of time, because I know I’ll wake up one day and our story will change, we will have evolved into new stages and new beginnings. What a joy it was to spend some time with this fun and loving family to help them keep track of their family’s story…the rock-skipping days of childhood, daddy wrestles, mommy snuggles, baby cheeks and toothless grins. It sure looks good on you, B Family!

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i love her curls

I have mentioned them before, but I just love her curls. They are one of my favorite things about her, and I want to always remember how she had a head full of ringlets at three. I just hope she grows to love them as much as I do. You see, I have had such a love-hate relationship with mine, but have finally come to appreciate them thanks to some amazing products I have found. And speaking of products and curls, I have entered a “best curls” contest sponsored by Ouidad, the maker of those wonderful products. Would you take a minute to VOTE FOR ME HERE? Pretty please?!?

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He’s growing up . . .

… fast. Too fast, in fact. We’ve had many a days where I couldn’t wait to be able to say that, but now that it’s happening, I want to yell “wait” and slow the progression of time so I can savor these days just a little more. Gone is my wild-haried toddler who was so impossible to contain, and in his place all of a sudden is a boy. A boy whom I am proud to call mine. When I snapped this image, I wasn’t supposed to be taking pictures of him, but I asked him to sit so I could get my camera settings ready for what I had intended to do, and so he sat and gave me this.

Not just a smile, not just a look, but a window to his little soul. This may go down as one of my all-time favorites of him, because it’s one of those pictures…as a parent, you know the ones…that is just *so him.* He still has an insane amount of energy, keeps his parents up most nights, exhorts his will a little too passionately at times, but at the core of all that “boy-ness” is his kind heart and gentle soul…just exactly what he showed me here. I love you, Maxwell.

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  1. Sarah McCaffery says: This is beautiful, Lauren! He is such a handsome little boy. And I definitely know what you mean about wanting time to slow down a bit... on 03.7.12 @ 6:59 pm

  2. Christy says: Yep! That looks just like Max being himself. Such a great kid. I have enjoyed getting to know him this year. on 03.7.12 @ 10:17 pm