Remember what it’s like to be a kid. Win a free portrait session.

What it feel like to be a kid.

I couldn’t help but post on this image before I’m even done editing the entire session.  This – to me at least – is what I remember it feels like to be a kid.

*You wake up in the morning thinking of all the things you want to do.

*You run – and when you run… it is always as fast as you can.

*When it is cold, your teeth feel cold because you are smiling so much.

*The woods is your favorite playground because it is open for endless exploring and adventure.

*Finding crawling things is the best thing on earth… salamanders, lizards, snakes, frogs.  For some kids… maybe you preferred lady bugs & butterflies… I grew up more like a tom boy in the woods. lol.

*Your cheeks are almost always rosy.

*Holidays were magical, and summers were nearly endless.

*Being snowed it was the best thing on earth, because it meant you got to make tunnels through the snow (I lived up north… so “feet” of snow were a regular thing.

Now it’s your turn.  Post the first thing that comes to mind that made you smile when you were a kid.  I get to pick my favorite out of anyone that posts before Dec 1st, 2010 and that person gets their next portrait session with me for free.

🙂 Time to to think about being a kid!

Wall portrait displays in your home

I know sometimes it can be very difficult planning your portraits for your walls.  Now, you can see what framed prints and clusters of prints may look like in a bedroom, nursery, dinning room, above a fire place or sofa – before you decide what sizes and shapes you want to order for your walls.  Here are just a couple of samples of how to mix it up for a nursery.  Then, next time you just can’t decide what to order for a room or wall – let us give you a sneak preview based on print sizes and shapes!

Photography of your children and family on your walls is so important.  It is a great way for them to reflect on different times in their lives and feel the importance of being a family.  My oldest child Eric always goes around the house saying “Mom, do you remember that? When you were holding me when I was a baby?”  It is a wonderful way to share memories, experiences and feelings and also gives them a feeling of security.