Friday, October 30, 2015

Photo Friday- Awaiting a Blessing

When my dear friend Katie asked if I would take some maternity photos for her I was so excited!  She is such a wonderful woman and is going to make an amazing mother.  I felt so honored that she wanted me to capture this moment in time for her.  I was so glad that I was able to make the trip to Kansas City (I guess that means this was my first traveling shoot!?) and that the weather was so perfect.  We took these pictures in her backyard and it was so pretty!  It was the perfect place to take these photos that she will look back on when she is cuddling that little one of hers soon.  There really is nothing more beautiful than an expectant mother waiting for her new arrival.  Hopefully the weather will cooperate and I'll get to make the trip down to practice some newborn photography once he arrives.  I hope you enjoy these photos as much as I enjoyed taking them.  Thanks for stopping!


Friday, October 2, 2015

Photo Friday- Week in Review

This week kind of got away from me.  Between it being my birthday weekend and helping every day at school on a project for our fundraiser I've been busy!  That means nothing fancy today.  I'm just going to share a few of my favorite photos from the week.

Pre-birthday cupcakes from Jones Bros. Cupcakes.  Yum!!

The lunar eclipse was a great ending to my birthday. 

Our littlest guy had 2 soccer games this past week!  They fought hard but ended up losing them both. 

The first graders at our school made paper Popes.  Our little guy made the one on the top left.  He said the blue teeth were cavities.  I think it looks a little like a zombie.  Either way this wall of Popes makes me smile. 

A little treat while my hubby and I took a walk downtown. 

I love this archway in downtown Omaha. 

The flags were looking beautiful on the ConAgra campus despite the news of them moving to Chicago. 
I'm hoping to have some photos from our visit to the Joslyn Castle up next week so stay tuned.  Thanks for stopping and have a great week!