I’ve decided that visits home will almost always result in an Ode to Nieces post. This Thanksgiving, while my dad roped the boys into helping with a cow project on the farm, my sister and I wrangled Anna and Mae for a quick Christmas card photo shoot. They don’t come any squirmier than these two, but man are they cute.
Rarely do I turn down the opportunity to spend a little time in my old Colonial Williamsburg stomping grounds. So I took a quick trip to Virginia to meet up with Lyndsay and Dustin for their engagement photo shoot. After dodging some storms the day before, we ventured down the beautiful Colonial Parkway to spend the morning in Yorktown. Thanks for putting up with the mosquitoes and my arts and crafts project. I’m looking forward to the beautiful spring Colonial Williamsburg wedding!
I got to spend a little QT with Mae-berry last week during my visit to Charlottesville, which resulted in a few new photos of the little lady cutting up on Mimi and Papo’s farm.
The incomparable Anna C., (Mae’s 4-year-old big sis), was off on another adventure so she escaped this weekend’s photo shoot. But I missed her and couldn’t resist sifting through the niece archives for a few of my all time Anna faves to include in this first (of I’m sure many) installment of an ode to nieces…
Jocelyn and Rob are doing construction on the Raleigh home they’ll soon share together. They thought it would be a great place for an engagement photo shoot to mark this important time in their lives. I think so too! I love adding bits of the couple’s story into an engagement shoot. Thanks for the sweet idea guys.
I took a quick trip from Chapel Hill up to Williamsburg, Va., and had the chance to do an engagement photo shoot for Emily and Chris who are indeed one of my favorite William and Mary couples. They’re also some of my favorite people in general, truth be told. Emily and Chris are planning a super fun country wedding in Charlottesville, Va, at Panorama Farm next spring. A Charlottesville girl myself, you can bet I’m looking forward to their big day.