Blankenship Family – First Baby in the Family

Meet Baby Maggie…the first baby on Erik’s side of the family in over 21 years! She has the biggest cheeks and the softest spiky hair. The family obviously adores her as you will see here…

Mom and Dad love her very much! She sleeps 12 hours a day, hardly fusses, and is starting to smile. What lucky parents!
Maggie certainly gets a lot of love! She is always held – barely put down for a moment when family is around, especially when Grandma and Grandpa are near.
This family is now one larger! Congratulations Anne & Jon!
(Kisses to Maggie from Uncle Erik & Auntie Marissa.)
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Metzger Family – Seattle Sunshine

We love seeing Baby Owen grow. He is now 7 months! (Can’t hardly believe it.)  Seattle had been getting a lot of rain in June, but luckily the first sunny day appeared for our photo shoot with the Metzgers. Unfortunately the sun was a bit too bright for Owen, or maybe unexpected since the weather had been so gloomy lately. We loved these intimate shots around the Metzger front and back yards, even staying for dinner to watch this little boy eat!

Owen had just started teething so he enjoyed putting a lot of objects in his mouth to chew on.

Even though he’s growing we still thought his tiny hands and feet were still very small and precious.

Owen loved getting tossed into the air and jumping on laps. We can tell he’s craving to walk already.

Erin and Ryan are beer experts so it’s no wonder Owen has a nose for it. (Actually he just loves glass cups!)

Mmmmmm, sweet potatoes…hopefully some got in his mouth.

See you soon Erin, Ryan, and Baby Owen!

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Lam Family – Watering Flowers

When these two cuties first stepped out of the car we couldn’t believe how adorable they looked!  Arius looked so grown up in his vest and popped collar. They found this sprinkler and after picking a flower they thought they’d “water” it by letting the sprinkler hit the petals. What a sweet pair to work with!

We spent countless minutes looking at the ducks, but mostly this sibling pair loved to run! It definitely gave us a work-out chasing them down to snap some photos.

What a picturesque amphitheater! We loved this area and so did the kids. They raced up and down the grass steps – seeming never to tire.

Look at these big cheeks! Arius was very concentrated blowing each and every one of the seeds off of the dandelion, even if it took him 5 tries. Thank you Arius and Arianne!

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The Ciccarellis – Big News! | Seattle

We have some big news…click play to find out (click the play button at the bottom too)!

Cheers,

Marissa & Erik

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O & E – Adding L and V = LOVE!

We met this truly fun-loving couple in San Francisco over the weekend where they introduced us to a new park that overlooked the city. What a beautiful, scenic location! Not only was the view photogenic, but these two had a warmth about them that made us feel like we’d known them for awhile. We love couples who laugh and chat during our photo sessions- this first photo shows how much fun they must have together.

 

Did we mention they brought along 2 great dogs? We are definitely animal people so when we got to meet this over-sized-super-sweet doberman and chubby-friendly-tongue-hanging-out-of-mouth pit bull we were thrilled. We find it funny when people think these dogs are scary because they are supposedly the fighting breeds. These two canines were nothing but loving, hilarious little buddies. 

This lively couple let their personalities shine during our photo session. They loved each other, cared about their pups, and definitely know how to have a good time no matter where they are or who they’re with!

We love your happiness. Thank you for sharing laughs and a great photo session with us!

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