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dusting off the canon | bismarck, nd children’s photography

I think I have been blogging for three-ish years now, and this happens every year.  I finish up the crazy fall photography season, and just put the camera away for awhile so I can focus on my family again.  There is so much to do and enjoy during the holidays, it is easy to do.  In fact, this year at Christmas, I didn’t take one photo of my kids.  At the time, I thought it was a great idea to just sit back and enjoy watching them, but now that it has come and gone, I am a bit sad about it.  But then January rolls around, and things slow down and I start to obsess over what I’m going to photograph next.  Unfortunately, the freezing temperatures usually make me long to get outside and shoot, but my time (and the light) is limited so I will reluctantly pull out the background stand.

This weekend, we were house-bound due to a stomach bug Cohen was dealing with, so Rory and I spent nap time playing.  And I’m not sure which one of us had more fun.  This girl is so silly, I think you could see her tonsils in half of the images I shot.  I LOVED  them all, and had a hard time deciding where to stop editing.

This week, we have an informational meeting at the school to talk about kindergarten enrollment.  Oh my gosh.  There is no way she is going to kindergarten this year?!  By the way…she picked out her outfit for these.  This is her favorite shirt at the moment, and it is currently sitting in the laundry room as I try to get a chocolate milk stain out of it.  Let’s hope I can get it out!

I think this was a “do I get my sucker yet?” look.

I’m not even going to tell you what was cracking her up so much.  Let’s just say, boys are not the only ones who think gross things are funny.

Next weekend’s mission is to get some photos of Cohen.  I never thought it would happen, but the child actually has teeth these days.

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  • Katie Dobraska - ohhmygosh!! She is getting soo big!! But she still has that same smile and laugh!! I just love her!! Miss you guys!!

  • anne laney - so glad you are back. i checked on you a few days ago because i realized i hadn’t seen you in my google reader in awhile. rory is probably one of the most beautiful little girls i have ever seen. she is always dressed to the nines and her hair looks perfect and styled.

  • nita (gramma) - What a beautiful, funny and very happy girl. She is such a joy to watch grow up! I just wish she would slow down a little bit. Thank you Megan.

  • Jules - drop. dead. gorgeous.

    I love your studio set up! gorgy!

  • Cori - She is a beautiful little girl with such an awesome smile! And I hear you on the kinderg. thing. 🙁

  • Erin - AWWWW! She is just stunning! Love the photos!

  • Jessica W - Gorgeous!! I love her! Hope C is feeling better and that no one else gets sick!

  • sarah - I cannot believe how grown up she looks! Oh my goodness! Oh, and the whole kindergarten thing is totally freaking me out… I cannot believe the time has come!

  • Catharine - you seriously make some amazing looking children, and your photos aren’ t half bad either!

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