Day 18 | Beaufort Newborn and Family Photographer

This first photo is the face of a 3 year old boy screaming and kicking to get his ears pierced! That was his sister that did get her ears pierced for the second time. The first time she was a tad too young and kept taking the backs off. A few years later I think she is ready. She said she was so brave and that it didn’t hurt at all! So proud of her my sweet princess.

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xoxo Kristi

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Day 17 | Beaufort Newborn and Family Photographer

I love my boy! He is one of the kindest, sweetest boys I’ve ever met <3 Always so caring and always worries about others before himself.

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xoxo Kristi

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Day 16 | Beaufort Newborn Photographer

It was a busy day here! I was able to photograph this sweet couple the beginning of 2013 with their cute puppies and now I was able to photograph them with their sweet sweet baby girl! I LOVE her name, Charlee. How sweet! She was such a good baby! Thank you so much to Ariel for assisting/observing me! I hope you learned something today! Sorry Brittany and Vin that the sneak peek is so late. We also had crucible dinner(even when recruits prove themselves to become marines) and basketball practice all tonight! Hence their sneak peek is my day 16. Enjoy the beauty of this family! P.S. I LOVE to include parents and siblings in your newborn sessions!

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xoxo Kristi

Debra Feldman - Absolutely beautiful family of mine

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Day 15 | Beaufort Newborn and Family Photographer

Oh hello, yep it’s late.. in the night… Don’t hate me, I was snuggling with my hubby before he went out on the crucible in a few hours! That means that this cycle of training recruits is almost over! Yay! We’ll have him home for a few weeks and I have list of honey do’s. We have lots of prep to do before our big moved back across the world again. I have two sets of awesomeness tonight! I had this pretty awesome maternity session tonight! I’m pretty sure I can’t wait to meet their little girl VERY soon! The other part is final drill, training day 62 in this recruit training cycle. It is also a mark for the end of the cycle next week! I am so so proud of my hubby for taking high hat(meaning he got the highest score) for final drill. He wanted it SO bad! He was extra careful and thought things through. *PROUD WIFE* right here! I can’t help it. And yummo… love my man in any of his uniforms!

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xoxo Kristi

Rachael - Thank you for sharing your story! Sometimes people do lose sight of things, and don’t slow down long enough to appreciate life. This story was truly scary, and wonderful. I’m so happy everything turned out ok in the end! I think about things like that happening all the time, and get told that I can’t think like that! I believe we have to. Thank you again!

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Day 14 | Beaufort Newborn and Family Photographer

This was a day I was excited to write about, yet not one I wanted to remember. Two years ago today our lives almost changed… for the worst. It was so surreal, like it wasn’t really happening. If your wondering what happend you can read our story HERE. Reading over it and looking at the photos brought back a flood of emotion and feelings. During the normal everyday I try and put this behind us, but we are all reminded of it far too often. My older children remember and refer back to it often and are cautious with Conrad now. They are protective. I want to be overly protective, but I know he won’t grow as a person if I don’t give him some space and freedom. He gets it. He won’t ever remember this other than photos and stories, which is fine with me. As you can see in the photos below he is doing well and is healthy as a horse today! There are no signs of his accident at all. I often worry about it when he gets older, but thus far a few aches and pains from growing are all he gets. Be very vigilant with your little ones that don’t know what’s going on. Keep locks on doors, keep your eyes and ears open. P.S. Those are Monster High sticker tatoos on him courtesy of his big sister!

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xoxo Kristi

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