This little guy has grown so much and still have the best hair ever! He is only 6 months and has already had to have a hair cut!
This family is always fun to photograph and we always have plenty to talk about turning our hour session into us standing in the dark for well after the session is done just talking.
I have been photographing this family for FIVE years! Amanda was one of my first paying customers and it has been such an amazing experience getting to watch her family grow and her children grow.
Here is the first family session I did for them and before this I did her oldest daughters 1 year pictures.
Wollf Family 2010
My photography has changed just as much as they have!
It stopped raining just long enough for us to get this session done and I am so glad it did because they turned out so awesome!
Please keep Landon in your prayers as he anticipates surgery for a rare heart defect.
Baby Landon was welcomed into the world on Saturday, October 24th. He weighed in at 6 pounds 13 ounces and was 19” long. Within minutes of his birth, he was rushed to the NICU. It was there, during his first days of life, Landon was diagnosed with a rare congenital heart defect called Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF). He went on to receive care in the NICU for nearly three weeks before he was well enough to bring home.
TOF is a malformation of the heart seen in an estimated 5 of every 10,000 babies. It has four characteristics: a hole or septum in the heart, a narrowing of the arteries that move blood to the lungs, a thickening of the arteries and a misplacement of the aorta. These changes disrupt the flow of oxygen-rich blood through the heart and body. In Landon’s case, his heart has two holes and thick arteries making it more difficult for blood to reach his lungs.
Thankfully, there is hope for Landon to recover. TOF is treatable with surgery. Landon and his family will meet with a cardiologist on December 4th to create a treatment plan. Please keep Landon and his family in your prayers as they prepare for surgery and throughout his recovery. I am honored to have the privilege of photographing Landon again at six months and for his first birthday. I look forward to sharing more photos and updates as Landon grows.
Please keep Cameron, son of my friend and fellow photographer, Megan Blasdel in your prayers.
Baby Cameron has been diagnosed with Coarctation of the Aoerta and is expecting to have surgery soon. When he was born, Cameron’s doctor detected a heart murmur. A later visit revealed a narrowing of the main artery leading from his heart; also know as Coarctation of the Aoerta. Following this devastating diagnosis Cameron’s family was told to prepare for surgery on November 23rd. During a routine check up this afternoon Cameron was found to be experiencing difficulty breathing. He has been transported to Memorial Hermann hospital for observation while he awaits surgery. Please uplift the Blasdel family in your thoughts and prayers during these next critical days as they prepare for surgery.