Before I get started sharing, I do want to credit our photographer...Annie Shelton, with Polka Dot Photography. Click HERE to see her website and book a session today. :)
Ok, now onto the photos...
You actually get a disk of a LOT of photos, most of them have been edited by Annie. This picture originally had Joe in it too, but I like the focus of Hope and I being silly.
When we came to this blue door and she wanted to do photos here, I couldn't wait to see what the shots looked like. I love this close up one of Hope and the color of the door brings out the color in her eyes. BEAUTIFUL!
We have this one in color too, but I think her expression is more suited to the black and white version.
Grandma came with us to the shoot since she was in town, so she took a few photos of Hope with her.
This is my favorite one if just Joe and I. :)
And then things took a turn for the goofy side! LOL! We re-enacted one of the poses of our wedding pictures. Hehehe!
And this one, well there are no words! LOL! Keep on making me laugh...for many years to come!
Love you honey!
Now onto what we have been up to...
Hope has started back up with dance and added back in gymnastics again. Her gymnastics class isn't until 6 pm, so we stop to get a Subway for supper before class. She was looking pretty cute with her new hat and leotard the other night!
She dressed up Taylor in her pajamas and socks. LOL!
We have all completed the bucket challenge.
We went to a preseason football game in KC.
Ate at Fritz's, which is a train themed restaurant. They have a train rail system that delivers your food to the table. You can see it at the very top right corner of the photo coming out of the wall.
Tailgating selfie...it was HOT!
Wow, that about catches us up again. So now to the crafty share...in honor of my friend Stacy Sablan's wedding anniversary (10 years) here are some cards to celebrate that occasion.
I love doubled sided papers, but sometimes you get one that you only like one side. Well, the pattern paper with the glitter swirly circles and flowers was one that I didn't think I liked and when I created a layout using this paper line I didn't use it. Well, I guess I was saving it for cards, because when it is used in smaller quantity I loved the paper. Funny how that works.
Alright, that wraps things up for this time. Until next time...