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Category Archives: Houston maternity photographer

It has been the week for blessings and births! My two blog posts tonight (this one and the one preceding) feature beautiful bellies and the news that their little guys have arrived in the past 48 hours. As I said earlier, I can’t think of a bigger reason to be thankful than the birth of […]

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Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and I can’t think of a greater thing to be thankful for than the birth of not one, but TWO, little miracles. This beautiful family of three became five today as they welcomed twin boys. And if you follow my blog, you will no doubt be seeing those cute babies right here […]

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When I say that I was excited to meet this little one, it’s an understatement. Often, my moms- and dads-to-be contact me and schedule during the second and third trimesters. But this mama had every one of her “t”s crossed and her “i”s dotted when she contacted me to arrange a photo session to announce […]

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In less than 24 hours, they will meet their sweet girl, and as many times as I find myself looking at the time, you’d think I was the one about to give birth! This tiny baby has no idea the love that is about to be showered upon her. And there’s no way they can […]

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It was clear during their southeast Houston maternity session, they were already mad about this little guy. Mad(ly) in awe of that sweet face. Mad(ly) in love with the newest addition to their family. I see both mom and dad in his delicate features, but mostly mom from the nose down. I get asked often by […]

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In less than four days, this beautiful family will grow by exactly two feet (bearing 10 of the tiniest, sweetest little toes they will swear they have ever seen.) In what will surely seem like a blink, these bright-eyed preschoolers will become big brother and big sister … bearing four extra hands capable of holding and hugging and […]

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