Friday, July 04, 2008

Sunflowers, Suckers and SMILES!

My sweet friend, Jessica, recently took family/15 month pictures of Quinn and the three of us! We decided that it would be fun to do something a little different and came up with pictures in a field and taking pics of Q with a giant sucker! Here are just a few of the 400 that she took. {I'm sure I'll post more once I get the CD from her!} We are so happy with the outcome and are so excited to be one of Jessica's first "clients" for her new photography business!
Thank you, Jessica, for capturing the joy that our sweet little man has! What a precious keepsake these pictures will forever be!


The Prosper Russells said...

so cute!!

Keri said...

Precious, precious, precious. Jessica does great work. I love the look on Quinn's face with that sucker. PRICELESS!

Kimberly said...

Very fun! I may have to use the sucker idea for Creighton's next photo shoot! Love it and the family picture!

Unknown said...

Super cute! I love all the spring colors in the shots. (I realize it's summer, but it still looks spring-y!)

The Penuels said...

Love those pictures & such a cutie dress :)

Chrys and Mike said...

they're all precious. i particularly like the one of q on jis daddy's shoulders. and the sunflower field is a great idea!

just last week i read about a photographer in houston who advertises "lollipop days" and uses a lollipop for the photo shoot. i may have to try it soon - the colors and expressions are fabulous.


p.s. like your new header! i just one a makeover from fab k and i'm so excited!!

Cara Carroll said...

Cutest idea ever!! These pics are beautiful!!

I am Heather...creator of all things crafty! said...

LOVE THE PICS. Also, thanks for giving Faith Creations "props". I wanted to ask you if you could put the link to my website instead of my blog because I've not been really putting pic's recently of my creations on my blog. The link is:

You can also (if you feel inclined) add hand-stamped silver pendants to your description as well.

Love ya,

Libby said...

these are awesome! jessica did a fantastic job!