If you live in Nashville and haven’t seen the Cheekwood display Light by Bruce Munro, you have until November 10th to fix that. :)
Continued from Eskimo Quinn’s Nashville Visit, Part I. :)
If you ever come visit us in Nashville, this is where we will go for dinner. <3
My favorite favorite favorite.
His tiny sock got eaten by our dryer!!
Love this of all three! Four? Hard to tell if Kinley’s looking at the camera. ;)
First mirror shot with Quinn!
Enough of my baby for now! So excited for my niece to make her blog debut soon! ;)
More Eskimo Quinn Blog Love!
Eskimo Quinn week continues on the blog! We just finished spending four blissful weeks with this sweet face. Before I share some of those photos, here are my favorites from his trip to see us in Nashville this April! :)
I’ve been asked a few times why I call him “Eskimo Quinn,” and it’s because of this song:
True story : I bought a ton of baby toys for his visit and all he did was eat the box they came in. :)
My brother is pretty much an expert at everything. And no, I’m not just saying that because he’s my big brother- He really knows pretty much everything. Nate was over the moon to have someone show him how to build shelves in our garage! I really should post a photo of the “after” because I’ve never seen more beautiful shelves in my life, but I sorta forgot.
Excited Nate and our faithful Pippi in the background. :)
We hear all the time from friends that their dogs want nothing to do with their babies- We kinda have the opposite problem with Huck!
Baby’s first trip to Pancake Pantry! <3
I don’t know what’s going on in this top photo, but I love the family resemblance in the next two frames. ;)
Mom and Iake came up to visit, too! :)
Oh, Huck. :/
I’m still so thankful we got to be a part of Quinn’s first visit to the zoo! And baby Kinley’s too technically, I suppose!
Another favorite. :)
My heart!!!!!!! <3
Quinn’s first ride!!!
Come back tomorrow for part two! <3
More Eskimo Quinn Blog Love!
Continued from Sarah and Christopher’s Wedding Part I. <3
Sarah’s mom did an incredible job on the wedding floral- Look at that bouquet!
The buffet stations were set up in the garage. :)
The band at Sarah’s wedding was the best bluegrass band we’ve ever heard. Imagine our surprise when I asked this man for their card and he tells me they’re not actually a band- Just friends that love to play together. He’s a friend of Sarah’s family… And a dentist. :)
Favorite- Sarah’s father / daughter dance. :)
Sarah’s mom had some fun with Nate and the mustaches. ;)
Sarah and Christopher, we can’t thank y’all enough for letting us be your wedding photographers!!
More Nashville Blog Love :
Remember yesterday how I told you about my love for Robyn in her engagement session post? Well, the love fest for this sweet family continues, with a family session we photographed in Centennial Park here in Nashville. This is Robyn’s beautiful sister Amy’s family.
Even though I’m pretty sure I only remember meeting Amy a couple times in high school, I’ve been a blog stalker of hers for a few years now. Amy writes one of my favorite blogs I follow called “March Forth with Maevy.” Maevy is Amy’s vivacious four year old, and Amy’s blog posts are all written to her. I would LOVE to have something like this to look back on as an adult! I followed Amy’s blog in my reader for a while, but it wasn’t until she wrote about Maevy’s first time watching The Wizard of Oz that I was truly hooked. I’ve become such a Maevy fan that I’m pretty sure when we photographed Robyn and Jake’s engagement session around Nashville, I spent more time asking about Amy’s family than them!
My favorite Maevy posts in no particular order, which you can read by clicking the descriptions below :
- The time she watched The Wizard of Oz and cried real tears, constantly worried about Toto.
- The time Maevy (correctly) insisted Tink was a light, and Jasmine shouldn’t show her tummy.
- The time Amy and Ryan told Maevy she was going to be a big sister.
- So Call Me Maevy!
A little over a year ago, Maevy became a big sister to the equally adorable Carter (Not to leave little Carter in the dust- I only recently realized I hadn’t been following along with Catching Carter, Amy’s blog for all things Carter!)
Enough fawning over these cute kiddos- On to the photos! First off, probably my favorite family portrait of the year.
Carter following a trail of Cheerios, a la E.T. :)Too. Much. Cute.
Nate loved having someone to climb trees with on a photo shoot! Thank you, Maevy. :):)Maevy wowed us with her kitten impression (left) before letting me know with one look that it was time for a potty break. ;)Maevy, Carter, Amy, and Ryan, thank you for the fun time! We can’t wait to see y’all this fall! :)