Almost 5 years ago, I photographed Monica and Les’ wedding. They soon had a little boy Nikolaus and called me right away. Nothing was different this time when I got the call that Brady was born….the day of the Snowpocalypse….
I was so excited! He looks so much like his older brother who is quite the ham!
When I get the calls for the “next session” I can’t believe that time goes by so fast! It is time for Haley’s 8 month session and this is my favorite time! 8 months is when babies laugh at everything, crawl, sit up and in Haley’s case….start wanting to walk! Here are a few of the little peanut!
Tuesday, I volunteered to do another shoot for Flashes of Hope. We were in the outpatient clinic and a ton of kids were signed up. The Philadelphia Inquirer was there doing a story as well. The reporter asked me why I volunteer to do these shoots. I wanted to tell her that I felt called to do this. That I wanted to give these families something to cherish no matter what the outcome. But before I could, this little 20 month old boy, who wasn’t even supposed to make it to his first birthday, wrapped his sweet little arms around my neck and crawled up in my lap and just squeezed. In that moment, I knew I didn’t have to tell the reporter why I did this. She saw the fulfillment of what these shoots mean to me and those I do them for. This is an amazing organization that I am proud to be associated with!
Finally!! I was so excited that Katie and Nelson wanted to do their engagement session in NYC where they now live. The weather and other events kept postponing this, but we finally did it! (My) Katie and I drove up to the city on Saturday to meet Katie and Nelson at Central Park. It was absolutely gorgeous! There was a quite a bit of snow covering everything which made it even more magical.
It was cold, but we all pushed through it and had so much fun in the process. Afterward we wanted to head to Times Square to warm up and ended up shooting a bit more there. Can’t wait for the wedding in October!!
Join me on February 21, 2010 for the Antique Auto Museum’s Wedding Expo!
We will be there along with some of our favorite vendors through out the area. Come and register for Central Pa’s first “Cake Dive”! 10 registrants will have a chance to win an amazing wedding package by finding the hidden wedding band in the cake. Also, you are invited to join the real marriage ceremony of Matthew Furhman and Samantha Graybill taking place at the Expo!
This is a not to miss show!! All the details and registration can be done by clicking HERE.
Hope to see you there!!
I just wanted to let you know that we are still here. I apologize for the lack of posts and the delay in responses.
My mother is in the hospital and has been for a little while. Family is very important to me and I appreciate your patience, thoughts and prayers while we are trying to get through this. Thank you!!