I get it. Everyday I look at my youngest and refer to her as my "itty bitty, newborn baby". She's three. The passing of time is made so evident as you watch your littles grow at the speed of light. It's hard, all of it and in every way. I want to capture those moments that whiz by, the ones you'll want to soak in twenty years from now and I want yoU to be pictured in those moments! The monumental emotions that present during labor and delivery and the silly, tender everyday happenings that core memories are made of. Let me take photos of your child fetching you a Miller High life and shaving your back for $1.00* before you ALL settle in and throw AIRPLANE in the VCR. Core memory stuff - You knowwww.


(...) "The nature of this shoot was intimate and it was important for me that I find a photographer that was confident and comfortable so that I could be the same. From the beginning, Erin's enthusiasm and genuine interest in our story were evident. She took the time to understand my vision and made me feel comfortable throughout the entire process. Her warm and thoughtful approach instantly put me at ease, and I felt like I was sharing space with a friend."

"Everyday while I was pregnant, I would marvel at the mystery of a life forming inside me. I would stroke my belly and whisper, "I love you." For the first time, not caring about a little extra bloating or folds of skin. Now I have a rosy cheeked babe on my breast most of the day. I squeeze her and whisper, "I love you."

My body was her home while she grew inside of me. Now it's extra cushion nourishes her and it's softness embraces her while she rests.

Someday, her home will be away from me. But my body will always remember and cherish it's role as her first home; while it also remains my sacred home. I embrace my belly, my self, and whisper, "Thank you. I love you."

Words by my beautiful client, Margaret.