Two years ago I shared an Official Elf Warning (you can find the post here). It has been an extremely popular download. Since then I've received requests asking for an Official Notice of Good Behavior. I thought, why not, positive reinforcement is a good thing, right? So here you go, just in time for those Elf arrivals!
This kid is a rock star. He is funny, smart, independent, fearless... it's easy to forget he is barely three. He is also the second biggest Georgia Southern football fan in the world (his Mom holds the title).
Look out girls! Sweet Banks is nine months old and ready to roll in his fire truck!
March winds in January! The gusty weather was not our friend on this shoot but this sweet family stuck it out and I'm so glad they did. These are a few of my favorites.
A few favorites of the Lumley Family...
More than just a pretty face, this girl can play ball. Seriously.
*As I migrate Harper Loft's Blog to a new platform, I am finding some download links that no longer work. I am correcting and re-posting those blog posts.
Tickle, the Elf on the Shelf, came to me recently begging for my help. You see, Tickle knows all too well that Santa will be dispatching him to Little Johnny's house again this year. Quite frankly, he's not looking forward to the trip. Apparently Little Johnny is a bit of a handful. (There is much heated discussion amongst Little Johnny's relatives as to which side of the family he inherited his menacing ways.)
I won't lie, the look in Tickle's glazed eyes sent a shiver of dread to my very core. I knew I had to do whatever I could to help this little helper. So, with Santa's approval, I created these Naughty Warnings. If Little Johnny racks up too many before Christmas, he gets a big nada come wrapping-paper-tearing-time.
If you think your Elf on the Shelf could use one or two (or 20) of these forms, look no further than the link here. There are four blank forms on a page for easy printing and cutting. Enjoy! And good luck!
When a client says, "I want something different", it is music to a photographer's ears. So when rising senior Cassidy said those words to me I immediately said yes! I appreciated that she was willing to take risks with some of the most important photos she would take in her life. Later, when she said she wanted to be standing in the water, I said we can do that. When I asked if she would climb on top of the school bus, she said I can do that. This girl is fearless, and her senior portraits are all the better because of it.
And now I get to share some of my favorites with you.