Category Archives: Families and Tots

I was so excited to work with this sweet family again. You may remember that little peanut from her newborn session. She has gotten so big y’all, and as a fellow premie mom it just warms my heart! We got together for an early morning session expecting that beautiful golden hour lighting and were met with…

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Fall portrait season is coming up quickly, y’all! Can you believe it’s time for pumpkin spice and all things nice again? I firmly believe in the importance of family portraits. Portraits are precious memories captured for posterity for generations to come. They affect children positively psychologically when they’re displayed around the home. And they help us…

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Sweet Lilly’s grandma contacted me once she finished her NICU stay (which lasted over four weeks, bless her tiny heart!) to set up a portrait session for this little angel. When she came to see me, she was just over 5.5 pounds, and I’m more than certain she’s grown since then! This adorable little bundle…

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  • Michelle HoggardAugust 28, 2017 - 5:36 pm

    So beautiful! Thank you Stephanie! Our precious LillyReplyCancel

Because I can’t resist cute pictures of adorable kids commemorating special moments in life, I took back to school pictures of my kids. And because they’re so adorable, I wanted to offer the set up to the amazing SLP clients, too! I have actually had the privilege of being a school photographer, and doing studio…

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Although school may be starting back, summer is not officially over…yet. Let SLP help you to sip and savor the last shining sun rays of this season with our Lemonade Stand Micro Mini Sessions. These sessions will be captured through September.   If you’re new to SLP, our micro mini sessions are quick and easy…

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In an effort to stretch myself and my creativity so that I can grow my abilities and do better for His glory, I entered into the annual NAPCP Image Competition. NAPCP stands for the National Association of Professional Child Photographers, an organization of which I am honored to be a member. The judges for this competition…

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Lisa contacted me because she was vacationing in the area and really hoped to have family portraits done – and I’m so glad that I could accommodate her in my schedule. Her family was absolutely sweet and I hope that they had a great time spending their Easter in Cajun Country!

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At long last I am finally blogging this sweet little boy’s portraits. He was so cuddly during his session and was a joy to work with. His session was so special because he is such a prayed for and sought after miracle. I am so thankful that I got to be there. And isn’t his…

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  • Beverly HaygoodApril 13, 2017 - 12:17 am

    Love them all. Thank you so much for a wonderful presentation. Love you, Stephenie!😍ReplyCancel

  • Julie HaygoodApril 13, 2017 - 4:33 am

    I love them all so much!😍ReplyCancel

Earlier I mentioned that I entered the annual Photo Contest hosted by Shoot and Share. Entrants can enter up to 50 images to be voted upon by their peers in a blind judging (so you can’t rally your friends together to spam a particular image or a really well known photographer doesn’t automatically get the…

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