weaver fam.

can i just tell you how much i love shooting families with one baby? yes, it's easier on my part to reign in the attention of one child, but there's just something about new parents that makes them glow and completely exude love and affection. ...not that parents of multiple kids don't have that... ahem... they just don't know the chaotic aspect of parenthood yet, i guess. everything is still new and fun and relatively easy. nothing else matters in the world but their new little babe. 

not only do these parents have this "glow", but they're already pretty people to begin with. and their baby is a.dor.a.ble. sometimes i forget that babies can be mellow and easy going. it really does happen! 

thanks, marc and toni, for making my job so easy and fun!


heelis fam.

with a family as large as my husband's is, it's nearly impossible for at least two of those families to not live close to each other. lucky for us (maybe not so much for them...), these guys aren't only family, but they live right around the corner. never in my life have i known a more down to earth, hard working, and genuinely nice group of people. ever. the ladies are stunning and are the world's best babysitters, and my son calls all the boys "the cowboy cousins". i LOVE this family!

i'm loving the colors in the mountains right now!!


hippie chick.

hard to believe this girl is only 18 months. 
she doesn't look it. like, at all. 
i'm seeing more like senior pictures here. 
when did my baby girl turn 17??? yowza, she is pretty.