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JULIEN 8 MONTHS | PORTLAND BABY PHOTOGRAPHY

Baby Julien has reached the teething, sitting up (but not crawling yet – yay!), drooling, smiley, and squishyView full post »

BENNETT 1 YEAR | PORTLAND BABY PHOTOGRAPHY

Dimple faced Bennett has turned ONE and has a baby sister on the way! A windy and very chilly, but gorgeous, day atView full post »

OSKAR 6 MONTHS | PORTLAND BABY PHOTOGRAPHY

Holy Hard Choices Batman! It took me forever… Buddha baby Oskar at six months + two and a half year old sisterView full post »

REMMY 1 YEAR | PORTLAND BABY PHOTOGRAPHY

Just over a year ago I was witness to this beautiful boy coming into the world and it was INCREDIBLE, actually…View full post »

ELISE 1 YEAR | PORTLAND BABY PHOTOGRAPHY

Last weekend I had two back-to-back sessions out on Sauvie Island, where the apples were ripe and so was the character!View full post »

QUINN 1 YEAR | PORTLAND BABY & FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY

One year later, I still start to swoon at the sight of Quinn’s dimples and chub rolls that go on for days!  YouView full post »

ADALYNN 1 YEAR | PORTLAND BABY PHOTOGRAPHY

You know those “little mr and little miss” books by Roger Hangreaves? Well, you might not be able to tellView full post »

MABEL MEI | PORTLAND BABY PHOTOGRAPHY

Last, but certainly not least, in my mini-session series is mighty Mabel. Oh Mabel, you wooed me girl! With those longView full post »

GRACE & HANNAH | PORTLAND BABY PHOTOGRAPHY

Double Delight! Part of the mini-session series I did recently, these twin baby girls, Hannah and Grace, brought me muchView full post »

ZAYDEN 1 YEAR | PORTLAND BABY PHOTOGRAPHY

Despite the few days of gorgeous and sunny spring weather we have had lately , the past few months has been cold and wetView full post »

QUINN 6 MONTHS | PORTLAND BABY PHOTOGRAPHY

Warning: turn away now if you can’t stand adorable baby chub and to-die-for dimples! Baby girl Quinn (popular nameView full post »

FRANKLIN 1 YEAR | PORTLAND BABY PHOTOGRAPHY

I’m not sure if it was the mid-century house in it’s original grandeur or the cardigan sweaters, but I feltView full post »