This sweet little one I got to meet 5 days after she was born. She took my heart at hello!

Daddy has a love for hockey so we had to include the little tiny itty bitty skates! Love! I met them during Mom’s maternity session not long ago it seems. Time certainly flies when you are makin’ babies.

I think Mila really enjoyed the purple fluff too. Snuggled like a bug in a rug.

Enjoy these photos! And welcome to the world Mila! You are my first 2016 baby!






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Isn’t she just the sweetest little redhead EVER?! I just die when I see her sweet face in these photos.
I met the Bishop family when I was photographing her sisters wedding in November. It was so fun just chasing this little moving girl and getting her to look up at me. That is my workout for the day for sure! Her eyes were like the sea and mommy and daddy just adore her to pieces and it shows in these sweet connections I was able to capture.2015-12-31_0007.jpg



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There are few things sweeter thank little baby girls. And double to pink, flowers, and ruffle bottom jammies to boot! I just swoon over these two and I feel so lucky to have captured their beauty. These precious sisters have no idea yet just how blessed they are to be in a family with three big brothers and two amazing parents. We even got to sneak in some photos with the three generations! Grandma, mom and girls! They also have each other for life. Oh what joy and what fun. Welcome to the world Halle and Ruthie!









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It was so funny when I did this family because it turns out her husband is a lineman – just like mine! When I saw their pole, I couldn’t resist, and they had been wanting these photos, too! It was a lot of fun and maybe I will have to borrow their pole for our photos next year haha!:)

When someone is a lineman in the family, it is a lot like a lifestyle. When duty calls, they go and the family is home eagerly awaiting their arrival. It’s a part of why we love them so much. They are servants to us and to the community. They help keep your power restored so you don’t have to worry about losing food, comfort and etc.

Tell a lineman thank you for all their hard work! It’s definitely not for the faint of heart to work with 10,000+ volts of electricity on a daily basis.




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