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  • WELCOME!

    Thank you so much for visiting my blog! As a mom of four little boys, I find myself wanting every little moment captured and preserved. I want to remember life's little moments...the ones that are easily taken for granted. From the belly laughs, giggles and grins down to the dirty hands, skinned knees and favorite stuffed animals. These magical little moments, I want to capture for you, too.

    I am an on location, natural light photographer specializing in babies, children and families. Take a look around my site to get to know my style and how I work. 67,111,110,116,97,99,116tcatnoC me for any questions you may have and for booking.

in-studio | Motherhood Sessions

They. are. here. FINALLY! I’m so excited to share with you guys the images from the test shoot.

But first, DETAILS. So let’s get to it!

Who: YOU! I need you mamas, those of you who cherish these moments with our kids while they are little and realize that it’s too quickly passing by. You need this. I promise you. Also, no dads. No offense guys but we can’t create magic with an audience. Trust me on this one ;)

When + Where: Saturday, May 18 @ The Village at Huns Grove in Port Allen

Investment: $250
Included is a 20 minute intimate, in-studio session with Cassie
//outfit styling + consult (optional)
//online watermarked proof gallery of all edited images
//your favorite 10 high resolution digital files + print release
//5×7 matte finish professional print
//option to purchase full gallery at any time

Due at booking: $75

So, if you have made it all the way down here…can’t you see it? Can’t you see why we as mothers need photographs like this with our littles? We need to snuggle and love and connect and capture it. Capture it to have forever + forever.

The Boys’ Shared Bunk Room Reveal!

If you’ve been around long enough, you know I have a passion for interior design. You also know that I have promised to share this space with y’all for far too long now ;) Like way long. So here it goes….

When we had the plans drawn up for our house, we only had two. Blaison was 8-ish at the time and Kade was just born. We just knew these plans were perfect for what he had hoped for our growing family. Fast forward about five years with the addition of two more baby brothers and we found ourselves in a weird spot. Matty was in his nursery while Kade and Kellan shared a room on the other side of the house. Let me preface by saying that I have always known two things: that I wanted to be outnumbered by children AND that I waned them to all share a room. For more reasons that one, it was important to me for them to all share a space. Now, back to that problem. I ::needed:: Matty in that room and another thing, I ::needed:: to create a space for them to play and space for them to sleep.

…annnddd voila! Here we are! We moved Matty’s crib over to the boys’ room and put all their toys into his nursery. We now had a room for sleep (with no toys!) and a room for play!

Luckily, their room was oddly large. Odd as in, Blaison’s room and Matty’s nursery were much smaller than Kade and Kellan’s. I knew that to maximize the space, I needed to go up with the sleeping arrangements. I also knew that I HAD to have those amazing built in bunk beds that I’ve seen allover pinterest in there. I mean, they are so timeless and SO stunning…am I right?!?! So, I did what any wife would do and decided my husband would tackle this project “for the boys” ;)

We used the a tutorial from the AH-MAZING Chris loves Julia! You can find their girls’ room HERE! Their tutorials are top notch and there is no going wrong with them.

I love, LOVE seeing these layered pillows and their special stuffed animals all stacked together.

Showing this obnoxious amount of pillow shots below because ultimately, it’s what makes me so happy about the entire room. Four cozy little sleep spots ready for the boys and any friends they have stay over, snuggly “babies” for all <3

Another must for this project? Rainbow books. Another one of the things I could not do without. Luckily, there was a bit of dead space I was able to utilize and display all their bed time books!

Valentine Studio Sessions | Port Allen Children’s Photography

Y’all. If you have followed me for any bit of time you know two things: 1) that themed STUDIO sessions are not my thing and that these were my very first run and 2) that I am pretty dang OBSESSED with how these turned out!

It’s true. I have spammed #allthenewsfeeds with images from this super fun set since January!

I think that it’s safe to say confetti was a huge hit and that disco balls are more fun than we think…which totally means I should work them into every session from here on out, right?!?!

Thank you BIG to all of my clients that trusted me on this, it says a lot when you just go with my vision and trust me fully! I’m so thankful to have you guys <3

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