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You may recognize Amanda from a boudoir shoot I did last year…. or you may not =)  She has lost over 100 lbs and looks great!  Her husband is in the Army and was deployed to Afghanistan last year, which was why she did the boudoir shoot for him.  Now, he’s back and she’s looking great so they needed to update their family pictures.  I’m so happy they chose me to do this! =)  We had so much fun during our last shoot because Amanda is so funny and has an infectious laugh, you can’t help but have fun with her.  I can see why this couple was made for each other, he is just like her!  They are the cutest couple!  They goofed off and we got some amazing shots.  I also met their son Aiden this time, he is adorable and 100% boy.  Amanda’s mom and dad even got in on the picture taking.

After the family pictures, we got a chance to get some couple time in.  It sprinkled on us and the sun shined a little but we just kept on going.  They didn’t care that it was sprinkling on and off, we just kept having fun.  Finally after a couple of hours of shooting and TONS of pictures, we were done.  Just in time too!  It started raining while we were on the way back to our cars.  Thank you Byrd family for letting me capture your memories!  I had a blast and can’t wait to do it again.

As you can see, I couldn’t just choose a few pics to post there were so many good ones!

I just realized that I never blogged about the senior shoot that I did with Missy for Carl.  Together Missy and I took over 700 pictures that day.  We had a blast, he was fun to work with and didn’t really object to any of our crazy ideas.  We must have walked about 3 miles that day, we shot in West Monroe down by antique alley all the way up to the tracks and in Monroe all the way from the rail road tracks to the boardwalk.  Here are some of the pics I took that day, there were so many and it’s really hard to choose the best ones.  Enjoy!

 

 Now let me know what you think!  Please!