wub u…… | Pittsburgh Child and Family Photographer

Ahh, this little chick….the youngest of my three.

 As of now, she’s the only one who doesn’t hide from my camera.  Her little lisp and spunk melt me….I’m so happy to have been able to capture her sweet little spirit. Afterall, thats what photography is for, right

freezing moments.

 I liked this day <3

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stars and stripes | Pittsburgh Child Photographer

My take on stars and stripes this holiday weekend…….


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Today she is two.

Of course birthday’s are supposed to be happy occasions, but when your littlest is growing up way too fast I can’t help feel a bit of sadness today.

How much longer will I be able to hold her in my arms—to snuggle her face—to hold her hand walking down the street?

When will she not want to cuddle or have me read her books (over and over and over, hehe)? Her little curls at bathtime, the smell of a diaper, and her beloved blankie…I will miss all of these things so much!

So for a moment  pause and hold her close…she is still my baby. And will be forever.

 I love you sweet girl!

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breakfast at tiffany’s | Pittsburgh Professional Child Photographer

So I guess why I started this whole gig was to take pictures of MY KIDDOS. It is pretty funny how from August to December my children are lucky to see me let alone my camera. During the cold winter months I love capturing the everyday of my littles.  This is my “make-up time”.

From sick days to breakfast, it is all about the details. Those chubby fingers….constantly wet chin…and persistent determination, that is what my little girl IS. While wiping her chin 10 times a day may be grooooos now I know I am going to miss these days.

The preset collections I created work so well with these types of lifestyle shots too. They actually make it possible to edit my personal image so fast- I only pull them into photoshop to prepare for the web display.

These were edited with WOOL BLANKET from the BLISS collection for Lightroom