The Willette Family, Kauai

Fact: I LOVE that my job doesn't always end after documenting a couple's wedding day.

Carey & Gracie were married 3 years ago in the tiny town of Tincup, Colorado.
Now they have an adorable almost-2-year-old named August. So much has changed, but it still manages to rain any time we get together for photos (the very last photo here gives me all of the deja vu vibes).

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The Gomes Family - Newborn Family Photos

First she was "Baby Pickle".
Then she was, "It's a girl!!!"
And then there were three.

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The Roy Family - Higuera Ranch Family Photos

Almost 2 years ago, Drew & Renee celebrated their wedding day at this very ranch,
and last week we celebrated their new family in the same hills.

Getting to continue documenting a couple's love story is truly one of the greatest parts about my job.

(Venue: Higuera Ranch)

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Trevor & Lindsey - Pregnancy Photos

You only get a handful of "soul mates" in this life. Lindsey is one of mine. Trevor is one of hers. And soon, she's going to meet her 3rd soul mate -- the little bundle of life-changing-ness in her womb. My eyes are seriously stinging with feels as I write this. You see, I met Lindsey 6 years ago when I desperately needed someone who understood this photography part of my life. She gets me in a way not even my HUSBAND does (which is why we have fondly coined the term "work wife" for one another). And in just 4 short weeks (give or take), she is not only going to join the mom club, but the "run a photography business from home while being a mom" club. And I am selfishly SO HAPPY to welcome another member. I love these two souls more than words can ever express, and I am over the moon to witness them make the transition into parenthood. They're going to be SO kickass at it.

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David & Nicole - Harmony, CA

I'm not saying I didn't enjoy photographing pregnancy before I had a baby of my own, but compared to how greatly I love documenting this transition NOW versus THEN -- it is night and day. I consider it the highest honor to be invited into the last remaining moments of a couple's life before it is forever changed.

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