Category Archives: newborn

New Baby on the Block

Seriously adorable, this little one. I wasn’t able to be at this session and it’s probably a good thing–I would have wanted to hold this little precious the whole time, making it a little difficult for John to do his job. This little man is obviously well loved and cared for by his mom and […]

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The Peters Family

As I have been working through these photos of a sweet newborn boy, I can’t help but be completely amazed that what feels like just a few blinks ago our Brynn was all floppy and soft and squishy like this little guy. It is such an incredible time to capture as it’s true what they […]

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Kai & Family

No question about who this little guy belongs to! Congratulations Sarah, Clint and Madi! A keeper for sure. I hope this one week old smile is indicative of a fun and happy personality!

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Mattie Greathouse - October 17, 2012 - 6:45 pm

These are absolutely stunning; a hearty congratulations from us!

Bonnie Jerke - October 17, 2012 - 7:01 pm

What a precious one…and so distinquished looking already. You are a lovely family. God is good. Bonnie

Annette Donovan - October 17, 2012 - 7:04 pm

GORGEOUS pictures! What a beautiful family you have Sarah Beth!! Congrats and many blessings!

Kevin Kopsa - November 5, 2012 - 11:06 pm

I love these photos. You (and your photos) bring me so much joy. Thank you for being my friends.

Baby Ayla + Family

More newborn love! This sweet girl celebrated her one month birthday last week and from what I see on Facebook, she looks like a different baby already. Amazing how quickly things change! We were so glad to be able to spend time with this dear family, meet the new babe, hang out with grandparents and […]

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Baby Anna + Family

Starting the work week off with a very sweet blog post–nothing like a tiny baby to make you grin. Just what you need on a Monday, right!? Watch out–this precious girl and her big blue eyes will make you want one of your own! (or maybe you can borrow her–I mean, babysit her, to get […]

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