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    One of my favorite things about being a photographer is having the privilege of capturing the love between two people, then watching that love multiply as their family grows. Meet Lincoln Callahan. I am a bit behind on my blogging, so these photos were taken nearly 6 months ago! But hey, cuteness never gets old. Stay tuned for more of this handsome fella.

    To see more Lincoln love, check out his beautiful mama's maternity photo session HERE. Maggie and David, congrats on this little guy!



    For Lincoln's 3 month session, Maggie and David welcomed me into their brand new home. They were still renovating during this time, so the majority of the shoot took place in their amazing little backyard, complete with it's own creek! What a magical place to grow up. Soon this kid will be running free, catching crawdads and snakes. 

    Still wanna see more Lincoln? Check out his beautiful mama's maternity photos HERE, and his newborn photos HERE



    My best friend Rea and her husband Alex recently became parents. These two (now three) are like family to me. Sophie Leona Holguin was born on May 30th after a grueling 52 hour labor. Her birth story is INCREDIBLE and you should read it HERE. Rea is the queen of words so I will save my letters and leave you with my images. Pictured below are Rea, Alex, Sophie, their doula, Stephanie Gordon, grandmama Em, and Neruda. Not picutred: Grandpappy Randy and grandmama Rita; but they loved on her just as much as the rest of us!!

    How fantastic is Sophie's nursery?! I want to live in that room. 

    Rea and Alex: Witnessing Sophie's labor/birth meant the world to me. I am so very proud and in awe of everything you went through to bring your little girl into this world and I'm continuously inspired by your perspective. Sophie is an amazing little soul. She's perfect. You are remarkable parents already.

    Stephanie: You literally saved the day. Rea could not have done it without you and Alex. It was so wonderful getting to know you over that two day period. You are such a calm presence. Thank you for helping my bestest friend bring her child into this world as naturally as she possibly could. You fought for her when she was too tired to even breathe. I'm amazed by what you do and really hope our paths cross again in the future.

    Sophie: You kindly take after your mama and your daddy equally. Aunt Nikki LOVES you so so much. You've given me the newborn babe fever. One of these days we WILL live in the same city. And I will spoil you. Until then, I will get to know you over endless converstaions with your mama. xoxo


    Remember the maternity pics I posted a few weeks ago with cute pregnant Julie and her awesome husband Jamie? Well they are adorable and if you didn't catch the blog post a few weeks ago, click here! I'm so glad we took those pictures when we did because this little guy decided to come out early. His name is Oliver Andrew Bennett. And man is he the best thing ever. I fell in love with his dark complexion and sweet little face. Not sure he feels the same way, but time will tell. Oliver, you sir are one lucky little man. Jamie and Julie, congratulations on your job well done :)


    I am proud to say that this beautiful little thing is related to me. Meet Princess Presley Ruth Singleton. She isn't mine, but I wish she was!! Her first birthday party was held at a local park on a gorgeous fall day. She was surrounded by dozens of doting relatives, several of which came all the way from Mississippi. Presley maintained her happy disposition throughout the course of her purple-princess themed party. Despite having an awful ear infection, this sweet baby only cried once (and that was only because she had rubbed a handful of icing into her eyeballs!) Her first birthday party was a hit!

    Presley, although you cannot read, you are precious and I love you! I am honored to have been a part of your big day. Also, you win the award for "most chill baby alive"....CONGRATULATIONS! It's official.

    Crystal and Rodney...if I have a third child any time soon, you can thank yourselves for giving me baby fever.


    Meet Oliver Brown. He was 10 weeks old when these photos were taken. And he is a ball of adorableness. Can't wait to take more photos of this little man! Grumpy or not, you are still handsome Mr. Oliver.

    Sidenote: Oliver's mom is quite the seamstress. She made the curtains, book holders, and crib bedding pictured below. She also made one of the gowns he is photographed in. Showoff.