Category Archives: Families

This precious one came to the farm for her one-year old photos and it was the most fun morning I’ve had in a long time! She wasn’t short on expressions or good spirits, which made this session sheer joy. Enjoy these moments from Lilianna’s time here. <3

  • Sabra Penley

    What a precious little one…and beautiful photography!ReplyCancel

  It’s a New Year. An opportunity to start fresh. Or just start, as is the case. I am never one to make New Year’s resolutions, because I’m not good at keeping resolutions. I may have good intentions, but I’ve never been good at follow-through.  I am the kind of person that performs better under…

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  • – Awe, Rosie .these are beautiful imeags. My heart breaks for your little guys, but the worst part is over. Enjoy your time away, you all deserve it.ReplyCancel

  • OH. my. goodness!!

    I love everything about this!

    I too write letters to my littles and I think what you’ve written them is just pure gold. A gift they will be able to unwrap every year, and at every stage of life!

    Your pictures are AMAZING and your subjects are truly awesome.

    I thank You, Lord, that Meredith is using the incredible talents You put in her to honor You!

    So much love here it makes me happy. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • rachel

    I love seeing your children through your eyes. I adore seeing pictures of your farm! You are so blessed!!! What a wonderful momma you are to these two littles. <3ReplyCancel

  • What a beautiful letter! Gratefulness- Yes, it is such a gift to be blessed to be with our children each day and your letter reminded me to remember to thank the Lord for each those sweet precious gifts:)ReplyCancel

  • I love you letter. It was so heartfelt and the location is amazing! Is that your home?ReplyCancel

  • You made me tear up as well 😉 your letter is so heartfelt, your littles will treasure it always. And I absolutely love the images of them in the field with the sun flare! Your images are as gorgeous as your words!ReplyCancel

  • I loved reading your letter! What sweet children you have and what wonderful images!ReplyCancel

  • Lovely letter to your children. I can relate to how you feel your children saved you from yourself. Children are truly a blessing and a gift. I love the farm life images 🙂ReplyCancel

  • You letter brought tears to my eyes from the first paragraph. I felt the same way about writing to both of them. I say life is short, too, but hopefully not too short! I can’t wait to read more.ReplyCancel

  • I dont know how I made it all the way through your letter without tears, but the photo of them hugging in the gorgeous golden hour sun. Well, that’s when I lost it!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel

    So sweet! You did a wonderful job with these pictures and they will surely cherish looking back on these memories you are preserving for them.ReplyCancel

  • How well written and you know how blessed those little ones are to have you as a mom. They will cherish these letters their whole life.ReplyCancel

  • What cute little kiddos! I love what you said about hoping your daugher’s strong personality will turn into being strong in her convictions. I feel the same about my 4-year-old boy 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Oh sheesh – I made it 2 paragraphs in before I got teary-eyed. Must come back and read this when I’m at home and away from the office. I can tell already – you are a beautiful writer!ReplyCancel

  • Meredith! This is beautiful! So much of this reminded me of me. Like worrying you won’t get to both kids so you write the post to them both. And having an independent 2nd born. (I feel like I’ve said those exact same words as you did leaving the Hardee’s). Lovely photos – I can’t wait to read what you come up with next month!ReplyCancel

  • What a sweet letters to your kiddos. I love how blessed you consider yourself, your children will love reading this in the future.ReplyCancel

I find it inspiring and exciting photographing your family. I find it tiresome and challenging photographing mine. That being said, I was fairly pleased with how these “self-portraits” came to be. For the most part everyone got along, refrained from crying (even my husband) and our dog ‘Coy’ even found room to squeeze in a…

You’ve heard the saying, absence makes the heart grow fonder. I’ve often found that is so very true and this week was no exception. How is it that in one weeks time my children can grow a foot, learn new vocabulary and I come home to what seems like different children? A nightly five minute…

  • Nonie

    What a week, but what a homecoming. Beautifully said and it is straight from your heart.ReplyCancel