Colorado Extended Family | Denver Photography

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Colorado Extended Family | Denver Photography

Twins, Cousins, siblings, grandparents- it doesn't get much better than the extended family getting together on a hot summer day and taking pictures and having fun together. Bear Creek Lake Park is the perfect environment for a big family gathering and photo shoot. 

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Newborn Baby Boy Beau | Parker Colorado Newborn Photographer

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Newborn Baby Boy Beau | Parker Colorado Newborn Photographer

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This beautiful Parker family came to me from one of my other beautiful clients. Their sweet big sister was so excited about her baby brother, and he was an angel to photograph. I love taking pictures of toddlers with their new baby sibling- some are SO excited (Like this sweet girl) and some don't know what to do, and that's equally precious. It's a moment in their life that will quickly change!  I'm certain they have both grown so much already.

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Mother's Day 2018 | Colorado Family Photographer

A mother is the truest friend we have, when trials heavy and sudden fall upon us; when adversity takes the place of prosperity; when friends desert us; when trouble thickens around us, still will she cling to us, and endeavor by her kind precepts and counsels to dissipate the clouds of darkness, and cause peace to return to our hearts. -Washington Irving

To all the beautiful mothers, grandmothers, mothers to be, and those who dream of motherhood, Happy Mothers Day. Thank you for letting me capture your hearts.

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Baby Girl Macy | Centennial Newborn Photographer

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Baby Girl Macy | Centennial Newborn Photographer

I love the light in Denver in Spring. I also love this precious family. I have been lucky enough to know them through the years, and was so honored when they asked me to photograph their beautiful newborn baby girl in their Centennial Colorado home. 

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Newborn Baby Boy | C Family | Denver Newborn Photographer

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Newborn Baby Boy | C Family | Denver Newborn Photographer

I'm so thankful for Colorado's sunshine, especially when I'm shooting in a Denver home as beautiful as this one!  The light was incredible for their newborn session. It makes me so happy when I get to do a combination of posed and lifestyle newborn photos, and even happier when it is a family I love as much as I love the C family.  I have been so honored to photograph them the last couple years- we have ventured all over the state, into the mountains, in the city- it's been wonderful.  I am so excited to watch these sweet kiddos grow.

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Impressions from January & February | A personal project | Denver Family Photographer

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Impressions from January & February | A personal project | Denver Family Photographer

‘Impressions‘ is a creative project by an eclectic group of female photographers from around the globe. Every other month, we share a selection of images that tell the story of what inspired us in the previous weeks. We are free to explore the meaning of ‘impressions’, and it is likely to change month to month.

Visit Susanne next!

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Yes, these are all cell phone photos. I'm totally guilty of capturing them more with my phone than the big camera- but it's so much easier to be in the moment.  Hailey turned 12 in January, Noah turned 10. We volleyballed and helped at school and snuggled as much as we could!  It was a crazy couple months but also a good couple months. 

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Impressions from November & December 2017 | A Personal Project

In November, my Brother and sister in law welcomed their second baby boy, and I was lucky enough to get to fly to Texas to spend the weekend snuggling my nephews and photographing their family. To say it was a treat would be an understatement, and I ended up with a couple hundred images to send to them (AND got to hold a squishy baby for 2 days... doesn't get much better)

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Then came Teagan's birthday, 8 years old! We went and saw our precious friend star as Annie on the big stage for Teagan's birthday.   Then a  million holiday concerts, a few amazing newborns (blog posts coming soon!), and Christmas. It was a quiet, sweet holiday- and then we all got sick! It flew by, as most months do, but it was good. 

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‘Impressions‘ is a creative project by an eclectic group of female photographers from around the globe. We aim to share the inspiration behind what we do through our bi-monthly posts.

Every other month, we will be sharing 8 images that tell the story of what inspired us in the previous weeks: our families, nature, weather, or maybe even work itself! We are free to explore the meaning of ‘impressions’, and it is likely to change month to month.

Visit Leslie next, and complete the circle until you end up back here!  

 

 

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2017 In Review | Denver Family Photographer

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2017 In Review | Denver Family Photographer

I know we all hear it a lot this time of year, but gracious this year went quickly. I feel like we were just getting settled into 2017- and here we are about to turn over to 2018. 

This year has been, so say the least, busy. Both with photography and home life- and it leaves me craving more balance. A desire to be more intentional and present in both photography and home life. 

This post isn't about resolutions though, this post is for you. All of you beautiful, wonderful, kind, colorful, loving families who put your faith in me and my camera to capture a moment in your life. To you, I give you my deepest thanks, warmest hugs, and best wished for the coming year. I hope I get to see each and every one of you again. 

Thank you for the time you spent planning what to wear for your photo session, driving to our crazy destinations, or welcoming me into your home. Thank you for letting me snuggle your babies and play with your kids. Thank you for laughing when I act like an absolute fool to get your kiddos to laugh, and doing your best to stay calm when even Miss Kim's best tricks aren't working (we got those smiles after all though!).

I am certain I missed a family or two, maybe more, in creating this collection. Please know if it was you- it wasn't on purpose!  So much love to all of you. Here's to 2018!

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Impressions from July & August 2017 | A Personal Project | Denver Family Photographer

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Impressions from July & August 2017 | A Personal Project | Denver Family Photographer

Summer was short, but we drank up as much as we could. Harper turned 3... which to me was us officially leaving the baby stage of our life. It was emotional- but so fun.  

Make sure you visit Leslie and continue around our circle- they have the most beautiful photos!

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‘Impressions‘ is a creative project by an eclectic group of female photographers from around the globe. We aim to share the inspiration behind what we do through our bi-monthly posts.

Every other month, we will be sharing 8 images that tell the story of what inspired us in the previous weeks: our families, nature, weather, or maybe even work itself! We are free to explore the meaning of ‘impressions’, and it is likely to change month to month.

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2017 Additional Mini Session Dates | Denver Family Photographer

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2017 Additional Mini Session Dates | Denver Family Photographer

Fall minis have filled up almost entirely, and I started receiving requests for 2 new minis spots. So, this year I am offering 2 specialty mini sessions that I've never done before! 

First: October 1st: Mountain Top Minis - Up to the top of a mountain pass, surrounded by peaks, channeling sound of music. 

Second: November 18th: Snow Minis- Let's get in the holiday spirit, chase the snow wherever it may be, and build a snowman (or have a snowball fight)! 

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Mini Sessions are $275 and include a 30 minute session filled with fun and no pressure, and 10-12 edited digital images with a print release. Holiday Cards & Prints are available separately.

READY TO BOOK??  HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO DO!

1. Look through the dates and locations below.

2. Click the corresponding link

3. Choose your time and reserve your spot. 

4. Get ready for fun!

Exact location will be decided 1 week before sessions and sent to participant's emails. Snow sessions will require shorter notice as we won't know where the best snow will be. 

Please email me at Kim@brinkstreetphotography.com or call/text me (970)227.4927 if you have ANY questions. 

A $25 deposit is required to hold your time, OR you can pay in full and receive a free print. 

Once you book, I’ll send you an invoice for  to reserve your space.  I can’t wait to hear from you!

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2017 Fall Mini Sessions in Denver Colorado | Colorado Family Photographer

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2017 Fall Mini Sessions in Denver Colorado | Colorado Family Photographer

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It's almost Fall! The beautiful time of year when the kids are back to schoolwork, the leaves are changing, and there's that slight chill at night. Soon, we will swap sweat and sunscreen for sweaters and pumpkin everything. It's my favorite time of year.  I'm looking forward to change of seasons and holiday family times to come.

My kids grow too quickly, as I'm sure yours do too. I am always in shock when I look back on photos from the year prior at how very much they have changed. It makes the opportunity to have photographs together all that more important to me. Having them taken in an environment that is no-pressure and filled with love makes it not a chore, but instead a memory. I hope you will choose to make memories with your kids while capturing those moments.

This year we will have 3 outdoor mini session options, in the Mountains, Denver, and Ft Collins. There are a lot of options, and I'm sure you'll find the perfect one for your family. 

Mini Sessions are $275 and include a 30 minute session filled with fun and no pressure, and 10-12 edited digital images with a print release. Holiday Cards & Prints are available separately.

READY TO BOOK??  HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO DO!

1. Look through the dates and locations below.

2. Click the corresponding link

3. Choose your time and reserve your spot. 

4. Get ready for fun!

Exact location will be decided 2 weeks before sessions and sent to participant's emails.

Please email me at Kim@brinkstreetphotography.com or call/text me (970)227.4927 if you have ANY questions. 

A $25 deposit is required to hold your time, OR you can pay in full and receive a free print. 

Once you book, I’ll send you an invoice for  to reserve your space.  I can’t wait to hear from you!

2017 Fall and Holiday Season: Half Sessions

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If none of the above dates work for you, or if you have a special location in mind, but you still would like a mini-style session, this year I am offering half sessions as an alternative option. 45 minutes, on the day of your choosing, with 20-25 digital images. Half Session cost is $400.

This is a great option if you aren't ready for a completely customized session yet. Email me at kim@brinkstreetphotography.com for more info and availability.

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6 month portraits | C Family | Denver Family Photographer

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6 month portraits | C Family | Denver Family Photographer

I've realized in the past few months that I need to write more about my First Year baby photo plans. I have been getting to see all my wonderful Denver newborn photography clients hitting their milestones, be it 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, their First birthday with smash cakes, or anywhere in between. When I built my website, I wanted it to be simple, but am now realizing I probably need to add a couple more galleries. That 3-9 month old window is one of my very very favorites, especially when we get to shoot on location in some of the beautiful Denver area parks and open spaces. Babies and their families in nature- just how Colorado families should be!

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6 months... when they are just pleased as punch to be upright and love watching the world around them. Mommy and Daddy are the light of their lives, and if they happen to be mobile, it's still slow enough to easily catch them!  We call these "Sitter Sessions" because it is a big mile stone, turning 6 months. Half a year since they joined the world and made their parent's heart love like it has never loved before. Half a year of newness, and it shows in their eyes- absolutely everything is new. 

They radiate joy. Their parents radiate joy. It's the best to be around.

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Impressions from January and February | A Personal Project | Denver Colorado Family Photographer

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Impressions from January and February | A Personal Project | Denver Colorado Family Photographer

Impressions‘ is a creative project by an eclectic group of female photographers from around the globe. We aim to share the inspiration behind what we do through our bi-monthly posts.

Every other month, we will be sharing 8 images that tell the story of what inspired us in the previous weeks: our families, nature, weather, or maybe even work itself! We are free to explore the meaning of ‘impressions’, and it is likely to change month to month.

When you finish here, visit Susanne's gorgeous blog post, and continue around the circle until you end up back here!

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Pie in the Face fun. Haha!

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The beginning of the year has been a whirlwind, with hardly a moment to rest. January brought birthdays, Noah turned 9 (which is always a big birthday for me- the last of the single digits), Hailey turned 11, volleyball kicked into full swing, Noah started Ballet, another mom at school and I dove into starting a Parent/School association (you know- all that spare time was going to waste doing things like.... laundry. haha). 

Teagan is limping through school, so we have been working on finding ways to engage her and help her get through the school year. She might come back home next year, but we are trying some things first. She said in the fall "Mom, I'm really worried about my teachers. I'm worried they are trying to make me a normal kid." - She definitely marches to the beat of her own drummer and fortunately all of her teachers love that about her- we just have to work on finding ways to make sure that functions appropriately in class (i.e. not standing up and spinning while bursting out in song while the teacher is talking).  It has allowed me to be in her classroom more, even acting as class photographer- which is pretty darn special in a performing arts school.

Harper's skin flares were at an all time high, and remain a mystery.  Her nails have become very psoriasis-y, which has lead me to believe all of this is very autoimmune.  We are treating it as such and her skin is improving, and only time will tell with her nails.  

Sam learned how to write his name, practicing on Valentines for his preschool class. He is the same weight as Teagan, and only about 1/2" shorter than she is- and stands above several of her 1st grade classmates at 4 1/2 years old.  They are our largest age gap. He's going to be a tall guy.

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Baby Joanna | Lakewood, Colorado Newborn Photographer

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Baby Joanna | Lakewood, Colorado Newborn Photographer

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Sweet little Joanna, you were such a joy when I came to your home for your newborn session! The moment I saw how much you loved to be curled up, I couldn't help but get excited for your photos.  

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I have a thing for cozy wrapped babies and natural unwrapped poses (if they look warm and snuggled, my heart is happy). There is only a short window of time where they still prefer to lay how they did while they were in the womb, and I think it is beautiful. 

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She had the most perfect peachy-pink skin tone.  Sweet little doll baby.  I can't wait to edit the rest of your newborn photos!

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Thank you so very much C family, for trusting me to come photograph your baby girl!

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Impressions from November & December 2016 | A Personal Project| Denver Family Photographer

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Impressions from November & December 2016 | A Personal Project| Denver Family Photographer

Here we are, 2/3 of the way through January already!  The holiday months always feel like a complete whirlwind to me- we have the holidays, along with 3 kiddo birthday and both my Mom and Chris's mom's birthdays!  Woo!  I feel like we are just starting to breathe again.  

Please make sure you visit the incredible Natalie on her blog after you finish here, then continue on until you land back here!

November consisted of me working a lot, and not taking many family photos, but December, oh December was special. At the beginning of the month our precious Teagan turned 7! (I can't believe she's 7.  I still see her as 3 most of the time!) We celebrated her day by skipping school, going to the movies, and going to Build-a-Bear where she built a reindeer named Emily.  

 We filled her room with balloons, and what was meant to be a solo bath time quickly turned into a party in the tub.  3 kids, 6 balloons, and a puppy who apparently thought it would be fun to swim.

We filled her room with balloons, and what was meant to be a solo bath time quickly turned into a party in the tub.  3 kids, 6 balloons, and a puppy who apparently thought it would be fun to swim.

We saw the Nutcracker ballet (my very first time going!), built gingerbread houses, visited Santa, and decorated the house for Christmas. Chris found out he had the week between Christmas and New Years off  and we made the very impulsive decision to surprise the kids with a trip to Disneyland! We kept it completely under wraps and used a visit to Papa and Mae's as our excuse to pack clothing. Christmas morning went down like we always do, a super early morning with stockings, breakfast, and gifts.  We then trekked to my parent's house for lunch and a little time together.  The kids all got some spending money as a gift (which greatly confused them!), and suddenly we "decided to head home" instead of staying the night.  They were all confused but tired and ended up falling asleep in the car as we drove well past home into the mountains.  When they woke it was dark and they were again, very confused why it was taking so long to get home. We asked them to trust us, and God bless them, they did. 

Questions started to arise as we drove on the next day, and we were having a blast confusing them with what state we were in, what direction we were driving, how much longer we had, what our end goal was... When we stopped for lunch in Las Vegas, poor Hailey was so upset because we stopped way off strip, in the desert, and we told her this was our end goal.  Haha- we are so mean. Unfortunately, but also fortunately, we hit an excessive amount of traffic heading into California, and ended up arriving after dark.  It took a lot longer to get to our destination than we had planned, but because it was dark, the kids were still none the wiser where we were.  The next morning, we had them get up early, and get ready for whatever we were going to do (We stayed in an off site hotel, so there were no indicators where we were still).  Then just before we left, we told them.

It was SO busy (We won't go around Christmas again)- but it was wonderful. We rode most of the classic rides, met a few characters (We have to learn the new way to meet them so we maximize our time when we go when Harper is older), and got to drink in the magic for 2 days. The scariest ride there was the Ferris Wheel in California Adventure (The swinging carts.. ACK!)- but we had a grand old time. I will try to make a post of all the things we learned from our impulsive Disney trip soon! 

On our final day in California we went to Laguna beach and found a quiet cove where the kids could experience the ocean.  A Sea Lion swam really close to the shore and watched the kids for a couple minutes, there were dolphins out a ways playing- it was generally perfect. Next to the mountains, the ocean is where my heart is happiest.  I wish we could have both! The kids played in the water and we brought home a lot of sand and other awesomeness I found when I washed their clothes from the trip. haha! We only took our point and shoot on the trip, so while the photos aren't magical, we have some, and we made many more memories than anything else. 

‘Impressions‘ is a creative project by an eclectic group of female photographers from around the globe. We aim to share the inspiration behind what we do through our bi-monthly posts.

Every other month, we will be sharing 8 images that tell the story of what inspired us in the previous weeks: our families, nature, weather, or maybe even work itself! We are free to explore the meaning of ‘impressions’, and it is likely to change month to month.

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Etsy Baby Gift Ideas| Denver Newborn Photographer

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Etsy Baby Gift Ideas| Denver Newborn Photographer

I'll admit right now these are less "must have" and more "gosh darn it that's cute and every baby should have this".  I love me some etsy- I use it often to support other small businesses, buy headbands, wraps, and props for my newborn sessions.  I use it for gifts for my kids, thank you's for my wonderful clients, and occasionally just for me ;)

Since we are done with our baby having days, I get to lust after all the newborn and baby items for YOU! I will keep on buying newborn/baby pretties for sessions, but for your day to day, here are some really neat items that I would have bought if I knew about them.  (Please note, baby shower gift buyers, these are great gifts and unique enough that they won't see them as often as a Target gift *that said, I love Target*)

 

1. A Coming Home, or First Outfit

One of my favorite things waiting for baby is choosing that first outfit.  The one you pack into the hospital bag for the moment you get to go home, the one that needs to be just right. It was double the fun when we didn't know if we were having a boy or a girl and got to get one of each! GoneGreenMama and BornApparel offer coming home outfits in a variety of styles and phrases. They also have lots of bigger sizes, so it doesn't just have to stop at your first outfit. (For gift buyers- Etsy Giftcards!)

 

2. A Customized Blanket

We got custom burp cloths as gifts with a few of our babies, and while they were wonderful and special, they didn't get used very often.  Blankets can be dragged around for years, and it's hard to mistake for someone else's because it is special to them. GingerLous Etsy Shoppe has a multitude of options, and I struggled with which to share because they are all so cute! 

3. Momma Care

 

I don't know about you, but I struggle to set aside self care time. I love the idea of this gift box, yes, even the laundry detergent- simple and gentle. DaveandAthena has a slew of natural, simple gift items. You can design something just right. 

4. Nursing Pillow and Boppy Covers

I've never seen anything like the Nursie pillow before- but goodness it seems genius to me!  The support you need without shrugging your shoulder. I always had a Boppy, and love love loved getting special covers so if baby spit up I could wash one and just slide the other on. 

5. Teethers

I know there is a giraffe that is a big thing, that has been for a few years.  We've never owned one, but I've had a fair share of teethers and I love these little rings by MommasLittleBirdie. They are wood and BPA free silicon.  I've had necklaces like it for my babies too- and they were lifesavers on a few plane flights with my youngest. 

6. Car seat covers

Another nifty item that seems like it would have been handy to have for my winter babies!  It is unsafe to use some of the car seat covers that involve under the baby and make the straps not be as tight as they should, but this keeps the cold air off of baby between the house and the car, or allows baby peace to sleep when friendly fellow shoppers might get too close to say hello. These fitted car seat covers are so pretty, not to mention, it can double as a nursing and shopping cart cover!

7. Headbands & Beanies

There are endless goodies for baby's noggin on etsy. In fact, it can be pretty overwhelming! My suggestion to you is, but headbands, not tiebacks.  Don't get items with tiny items on them that could fall off.  Those headbands are usually best reserved for photo sessions, where it is worn for a few minutes and checked regularly for quality, vs worn all the time.  For beanies, measure baby's head for the appropriate size.  Avoid items with loose odds and ends. Most of all, have fun looking.  You can get accessories to match about anything your babies wear!

8. Moccasins

Quite literally the only baby shoes that would stay on my kid's feet, and are better for them when they start walking than hard soled shoes. They only had a few style options when my bigger kids were little, but now, thanks to small businesses, you have a ton of choices.  My favorites are leather, but you can get all sorts of fabrics.

9. Etsy Gift Card

Last, but certainly not least, an Etsy gift card is a fantastic gift idea. Most of the etsy shops take them, and it gives the freedom to buy exactly what the person has in mind. Click here to go to the gift card page

I'm sure I will add more over time, but this is a start!  Happy Shopping! 

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Sydney | Denver Newborn Photographer

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Sydney | Denver Newborn Photographer

2017... How you snuck up on me!  The last half of 2016 was filled with Newborns, Families, transitions for our family, the holidays... WOO! I am tired!  I'm sure you must be too. How do you best recover from the holidays?  I'm still trying to figure out what works for me- usually obsessive purging and cleaning- but it never last long because 5 kids. 

I'm kind of the worst at keeping up with blogging, but I have so many beautiful Denver young families and newborns to share that I've made a goal to actually post them. (We will see if I actually follow through... haha- hold me to it!)

I love my families. Being trusted to photograph them as they grow is such an honor for me. I photographed Joe's maternity and newborn photos, so when they asked if I had time for their new arrival, I first squealed, because YAY new baby, and then said of course- because I will MAKE time! 

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Then, when I got to their house for her Newborn session, Momma had pulled out her pointe shoes and pearls... Can you say dream come true?  Alert, precious angel baby girl, ballet slippers, pearls, wedding pillow, adorable big brother, and a family I adore? Made my month. 2

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Thank you, so much, K family. Thank you for trusting me with your family moments.  It is an honor to watch your babies grow.

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Owen | Denver In Home Newborn Photographer

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Owen | Denver In Home Newborn Photographer

As an in home newborn photographer, I get to visit people all around Denver and Colorado without them having to leave home those first days after having a baby. It is extra great for young families, with small children who might be out of sorts during the long wait through their new baby's newborn photos. I like going to your house because you get to keep a little bit of your routine.  

Owen was my first newborn after I visited Erin Tole in Vancouver, Washington, and he was an angel for me. He and his whole family make me so happy- I've had the honor of photographing them since they started their family.  

Thank you for trusting me to capture all of your babies Nick and Katie. 

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(because not much beats baby yawns!)

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Impressions from September & October 2016 | A personal project | Denver Family Photographer

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Impressions from September & October 2016 | A personal project | Denver Family Photographer

Phew! September and October were a whirlwind for this Denver Family Photographer.  I shot 27 families and 4 newborns in those 2 months, and unfortunately, my poor kids don't really get the big camera (and if they did, I haven't edited the photos yet...) 

That said, they need their own special post for their first day of school, and their Halloween costumes. Poor kids. I promise it's coming soon.

After you visit here, make sure you head over to visit my dear friend Melissa's blog.  She's AMAZING! Then follow the links until you get back here to complete the circle. 

In late August, we started fostering puppies for an awesome rescue, Waggin Tails Canine Rescue. We have had 2 puppies at a time.  The first 2 were Olde English Bulldogs(top right), and were precious.  They both were scooped up by forever families and we quickly accepted an English Bulldog and a Victorian Bulldog (Who knew there were so many bulldog breeds?) The English bulldog was adopted a few weeks ago, and we still have the precious baby boy in the top left corner.  

My little sister got engaged over the summer, and I had the honor of shooting their engagement photos in Boulder! Like many trails in the Boulder area, this was also an open pasture and we had to navigate past cattle who were just chilling on the trail. Kind of a funny thing to have to do when you're all gussied up for a photo session. 

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‘Impressions‘ is a creative project by an eclectic group of female photographers from around the globe. We aim to share the inspiration behind what we do through our bi-monthly posts.

Every other month, we will be sharing 8 images that tell the story of what inspired us in the previous weeks: our families, nature, weather, or maybe even work itself! We are free to explore the meaning of ‘impressions’, and it is likely to change month to month.

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