Sunday, June 7, 2009

Kyle's Bridal Shower

It was a lovely afternoon with good friends, laughter, and food (ahem - in Spring '08). Kyle and Geoff's wedding last August was amazing too, but that's a post for another day. I'm almost done with several family mini-shoots, but until that's finished, here's something new to see:

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

"P" Family Sneak Peek | Folsom Family Photography

This is my beautiful friend Michele and her darling family. Our kids attend preschool together. Which, incidentally, is an awesome preschool and is now accepting applications for Fall, email me if you're looking for a fabulous Folsom-area preschool.


During Memorial Day weekend I got to meet and photograph her extended family: siblings, cousins, grandparents, the whole sha-bang. What a fun group of people. There was so much laughter (and great food) in that house! The weather was gorgeous and cooperative... I just wish I'd taken them up on the offer to stick around for Dad's BBQ ribs. They smelled soooo good. Not to mention the bacon. I don't even know what dish the bacon was being cooked for, but man that smell put me right at home. Yeah, you could say I'm food-oriented.


Too bad nobody loves this little guy, huh. It was a challenge to get him to smile at first, but once he did, look how his eyes lit up!


And the fantastic & fun Great Grandparents were very cool. And sooo in love with the kiddos.

(Um, yeah, Grandpa is 83! Can you believe it?)

Michele & family - thanks for having me. I really enjoyed documenting a little bit of your day. Here's a short slideshow:

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Mom's Day 09

These pink roses were a gift for Mother's Day. I finally pitched the withered, stinky-stemmed lot of them in the green waste yesterday. But look how lovely they were! I separated them into 3 vases and spread the love throughout the house.


Thanks for an awesome day, guys. Breakfast was early, tasty and quiet (before worship team), the gifts were thoughtful, and the hugs were warm and there wasn't as much hug-dodging (running away screaming "too much kisses mama!") as usual. What more could a mom ask for?