‘Tis the season for Christmas pictures! And here are a few of my favorites from a great shoot with the Holliday family Sunday afternoon.
I love my job. =)
Thanks for being so much fun you guys!
It was a whirlwind mini shoot… but boy, did we have fun! Presenting the Starks family!
This is my nephew. Isnt he darling? Although, seriously little man, it’s okay to smile once in a while. Life is good I promise. 😉
Anyway I took some baby pictures of him on our visit.
He has real, honest to goodness, legit, vulcan ears. I love them so much!
Love baby feet.
Darling Travis, may you grow up to be a lion chaser and a dragon slayer and may you always be a might man of valor. I am cheering for you and I love you.
A lovely fall family shoot in beautiful North Carolina last weekend with my little brother and his gorgeous wife and precious little.
This little man is so adorable it’s ridiculous. And I would say that even if I wasnt his Aunt!
Thanks for sharing your family with us, Gabriel. Love you all very much.
How long has it been since you had someone capture the smiles of the people you love the most? A picture is worth a thousand words, and all those words should be preserved and treasured.
It’s also getting to be time for the family Christmas picture. Photos make great personalized gifts for family and grandparents, and Inspired Life offers several photo book, canvas, and print options. You choose what you want, and I’ll do the work for you! It’s a Christmas present that gives to you too! 😉
I also have dates that I will be in the Oklahoma City area this fall if any of you are interested in booking a session.
As of last night I am finally home from my trip. I had a wonderful time, but at the moment, I am very grateful for my own bed and being barefoot on carpet all day long. 😉
For part of the trip, my family and I were at Laughlin Air Force base for my oldest brothers graduation from UPT [undergraduate pilot training] on August 17, 2012. He will now fly B-52’s out of Louisiana and achieve his life-long dream of being an Air Force pilot. I am so very proud of him.
This is the flight line… probably not something you civilians will see every day. 😉
Michael’s wife Katelyn pinning on his hard earned wings.
Well done, Second Lt. Mike Butler. Keep ’em flying. I love you.