Sunday, August 16, 2009


in the photos I take of Leah, I catch a glimpse into the future and see what she will look like when she's in her teens and twenties. Can you see it too?







She's changing from a very cute, healthy baby/toddler with the most pinchable cheeks into a beautiful little girl. She's sassy, ultra smart, funny, so sensitive and has the kindest heart. She loves her "babies" (stuffed animals), wearing her hair in fancy styles, listening to Hannah Montana and Taylor Swift. She's adjusted to the change of having a little sister, and has rose to the challenge of being a good example so her little sis learns the right way. I'm in absolute crazy love with her, so very proud of her.


Today, she starts her new pre-K class, and before I know it...she'll be in college. I want her to spread her wings and fly, but WHOA!! Slow down're going too fast.


  1. I couldn't agree more! They grow up way to fast. They are turning into little girls before our eyes and I wouldn't have it any other way. Have a great week with your sweet girls.

  2. i CAN see it and it freaks me out! STOP, little girl, STOP!!!!

  3. Yes...I can see she'll still be beautiful, smart and kind as a teenager.

    Good luck in school Leah!

  4. Looks like she's going to be a very sweet and stunningly beautiful teenager.

    Gin =)

  5. Oh sweet Leah, I can see it too & what a beauty she is!

  6. I know exactly what you mean Melissa, we see little glimpses of that with Emma. There are times I can picture her perfectly in about 10 years but at the same time just wish we could keep her little forever.

    Good luck to Miss Leah as she starts pre-K! Bex starts after Labor Day.

  7. Leah and I had the best time yesterday...I love the way her eyes dance!

    She is always gonna be "my girl"!

  8. Hi~

    It is my first time to visit your blog. Your girls are beautiful and your photography skills are just amazing.

    I wholly understand your desire to stop time. My daughter is four and I've been crying this year at the thought of her being in Kindergarten next year. Such a reminder to just enjoy every moment...