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Skipping Rocks and Smiles…

Meet Carrie, Jason, and Tanner! This sweet family met me at Frick Park a little while ago for some family photos. We had a great time – Tanner beat us all at skipping rocks, and he was so patient with all the clicking and smiling!

Here are a few favorites from our session!

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  • December 4, 2009 - 3:24 pm

    Mary - What a beautiful family! Frick Park, right? But when was the weather this nice?ReplyCancel

  • December 4, 2009 - 3:54 pm

    Milla - The weather was beautiful! This session was in mid-November, I believe. I am seriously behind on my blogging! :)ReplyCancel

  • September 22, 2014 - 8:31 pm

    Alex - Wow, I’m really superisrd at some of these comments. I know that some women can control thier eating, diets, etc, but not all pregnancies/bodies are the same. I know some women who gain very little and who very barely were sick at all during thier pregnancies. I totally have pregnancy jealousy on that note. I have always been thin and have been able to control my diet BUT when I’m pregnant, my whole body/life changes. I gained 60 lbs with my first child, then had to work to get it off, which I did, BUT again, I gained 60 with my next child and was able to shed the weight yet again. I really, really tried hard to not gain the weight. I even determined to excersize and have a great diet the 2nd time around, BUT that was not to last. The truth is, is that when I get morning sickness nothing NOTHING seems to help except eating very fatty/savory foods. I tried carrots and low fat cottage cheese which did nothing. When I ate fatty foods BAM sickness is toned down. I know there will be some that would like to say, Oh shame on you, you should have controlled those urges. My response to that is, Try on my pregnancy shoes and see if you don’t cram a fist full of fries down your throat. I assure you, you would. On a very positive note, both my children were at a very healthy weight (7.5 lbs) at birth. Yes, I would love to have minor urges to eat this or that and to be able to say no. I’d love to wake in the morning, throw up just once and be on my way to enjoy the rest of the day counting my calories and writing out my excersize plan, but the acid running up and down my throat leaving the most vile taste almost constantly in my mouth and the burning stomach and dry heaves keep me busy trying to find the cure in the form of rich, stomach coating foods. Sorry to burst some bubbles here. Also, I’m on my third pregnancy (9 weeks) and I’ve already gained 10 lbs. Lets just agree that all womens bodies, urges, sicknesses, weight gains, reactions are different. IReplyCancel

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