Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Family of 5

Finally some sunshine!! We had a fun time wandering through the park the kids were good and silly!! and we managed to avoid the mud and stay clean!! we even had our own paparazzi following us! lol

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Sneak Peak!!

sorry guys tried to get this up earlier!! still working on them but here are a few!! hope you like them! thanks for braving the cold and wind..brrrr

Tuesday, October 20, 2009


Such fun kids!!! I really enjoyed this session the kids are adorable and they did a great job. The little one put me to work but it was all worth it!! Hope you guys had as much fun as i did!! enjoy your sneak peak!!

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Why did the chicken cross the road??

I need to brush up on my jokes...i cracked under pressure from a 3 year old. She wanted to hear them and definitely wanted you to laugh at hers..."dada i didn't hear you laughing" lol too funny!!

2 months old!!

growing bigger everyday!!! i took pictures of this cutie when she was a newborn. wide awake this time and lots of smiles!!!

What is Autism???

I was asked by Karen Burkoski to take some pictures for an organization that gives service dogs to children with autism. Here is a little bit of info about autism and about these special dogs.

What Is Autism?

Autism is a developmental disability that can cause significant social, communication and behavioral challenges. Autism knows no racial, ethnic, or social boundaries; family income levels; lifestyle choices; or educational levels, and can affect any family and any child.
A new case of Autism is diagnosed every 20 minutes…67 children per day. In 2003 the Centres for Disease Control (CDC) estimated that 1/150 children would be diagnosed with Autism. Today, a new study by the American Academy of Paediatrics says it is actually closer to 1/91. That is more children than will be diagnosed with AIDS, diabetes, and cancer combined…And There Is No Cure!

Why An Autistic Assistant K9?

- improve safety and security at home, in public, and at school.
- help to prevent the child from bolting into traffic or other dangerous situations.
- provide independence, allowing the child to walk holding their dog rather than a parent's hand.
- lend support and a calming influence to the child as they cope in highly stressful situations and changes in routine.
- allow greater freedom for families to participate in outings and activities.
- help improve socialization skills by bridging the gap between children with autism and society.
- acts as a constant companion, offering unconditional love and friendship.

Assistant dogs offer safety, companionship and independence to children with autism and their families

if you would like more information or would like to support this cause contact Karen at her facbook page just go to www.facebook.com login under the name fbrlrgroup@gmail.com and the password is rlrgroup. thank you

Thursday, October 8, 2009

One Fun Family

i'm officially terrible at thinking of interesting titles for these posts. But they were a fun family so there you go. Hope you like this small sampling guys!! Love the ladder one...whose idea was that anyways...

and one from a totally different family

Friday, October 2, 2009

Brand Spankin New

This little baby boy is so adorable. you forget how small newborns are until you hold one again. Here is the sneak peak for first time mom and dad!! sorry i didn't get it up last night.