My adorable Tallulah Blue.  How I adore my baby.  I am really trying to do a better job at fitting in some posts of my own girls in between clients.  I feel like I have neglected their pictures over the past few months.  She is such an explorer and loves to sing to the wind.  Here are some pictures of my Tallulah just being herself with wild crazy hair and all.

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This is the face of Sophia at five years old.  It is important to me to document her right in this moment of time.  I don’t want to forget a single detail of  that sweet face when she was just 5 years old.  See because tomorrow it will be the super excited face of a 6 year old birthday girl.  Does anyone else get this sentimental when their children have a birthday?   I guess with everything over the last year I am realizing just how important every day you get with your family is.  I love my Sophia so much and can’t wait to bring her lunch and cupcakes to school tomorrow.  She picked out her cupcakes for the class and will be so proud to hand them out to all of her friends.  I just adore my Sophia Grace!

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My girls and I went location scouting the other week on a Friday afternoon after school.  I bribed them with the promise of dinner and cupcakes and let them explore while I snapped away.  I love catching my girls just being themselves.  My thoughtful, wise, grown up, first born, baby girl Olivia.  When did she grow up?  It seems like it has happened overnight.  I know every older lady at the grocery store has always told me to cherish the moments because they are over so quick, but I didn’t think they would grow up this quick.  Olivia is no longer interested in baby things, silly pre-school cartoons, or barbies and I never thought that would be so soon.  I will however do my best to capture each and every stage of her growing up along the way.  This day she was interested in the stars, the moon, and how the plants grew.  I think she just might be a scientist.

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The final group from the extended family session is the Williams family.  I just can’t say enough about how much I enjoyed my morning with everyone from the Sullivan family.  You guys were wonderful!

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