Sunday, August 29, 2010

the youngest of 3

You may recognize this sweet little baby from an earlier post, two boys and a girl.  The first time I went over she was sleepy and a little hungry so we weren't able to catch her at her best. I went back the next week to hopefully catch her awake so that we could get some pictures for her birth announcement, but when I got there she was, well, snoozin!  We decided I would snap a few of her asleep and then let her wake up.  She must have gotten just enough rest because when she woke up her eyes were wide open.  See how precious she is for yourself.

2 little monkeys

These boys are absolutely precious.  I had the privilege of capturing them together as a surprise for their mom, and they were so much fun.  Their moms birthday is coming up, and her friend wanted to give her some pictures of them for her birthday. Such a sweet friend! However, their mom may have figured it out because the oldest went home and kept talking about having his picture taken by Miss. Michele. We will see but hopefully she will be totally surprised!!

Friday, August 20, 2010

Second Serve

This Saturday I went to Westview Elementary with Second Presbyterian Church to help the teachers get the school and their classrooms ready for the school year.   This was the second annual "Second Serve".  We stuffed backpacks full of supplies, helped teachers decorate their rooms and the halls, mulched the flower beds and they playground, and the list goes on.  I have been working at Seond Pres since June, and I was so excited to get to spend this past Saturday with a lot of the congregation serving. I went along as the phtographer, so I didn't get to dirty, but it was incredible to see people of all ages working together to serve the community.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

two boys and a girl

Meet 2 of the best big brothers in the world( second to mine of course).  They adore their new little sister.  They look at her in awe and hold her so gently, all the while arguing who gets to hold her. I have a feeling she will be well taken care of and well protected when she grows up, but we won't talk about that now. We'll enjoy the tiny, sweet bundle of joy she is today.