Friday, September 21, 2012

The E Family - Omaha Family Photographer

Melissa and Bryant were one of my first wedding couples back in the Spring of 2010. I was pregnant, inexperienced, and spent the majority of the day trying not to barf (from both the pregnancy and terror of shooting a wedding). It means so much to me that they came back when Owen was added to their family earlier this year, and then again for his six month photos. It feels so personal when they come around. I'm honored that they continue to choose me to document these pieces of their lives.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

What we did on a gloomy morning - Omaha Family Photographer

From May through October, my life is all about work. Shoot, edit, shoot, edit, shoot, edit. At times, I feel the guilt that every working parent feels. Am I spending enough time with my son? Do I give him enough attention? Does he know that I'm doing the best that I can? Working from home doesn't make work any easier. The difference between work Christine and home Christine is hard to explain to a two year old. He doesn't understand that mom is at home, but she's unavailable.

This week I've kind of put some of that aside. I think I hit a wall in the routine and needed to just spend some time doing something for myself. This morning, after breakfast and a cup of coffee, we put on a movie and went back to bed. There's no better way to spend a chilly, cloudy morning than in my pajamas with this guy.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Seth and Maggie's Wedding - Omaha Wedding Photographer

This is another one of those weddings that I am so happy I experienced. These two did it up right. Everything was gorgeous, their families we're so sweet and involved, and they are very much in love. Oh, Seth and Maggie. What else is there to say with words that can't be said with photos? Nothing. So let's let the photos do the talking.

Biggest thanks ever, again, to Jennie Davis Photography for shooting this one along side me. This wedding was also our inaugural outing with the Bingo Booth! I'd say it was pretty successful.