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Kalie & Chris {Delaware Wedding Photographer}

I first met Kalie and Chris 2.5 years ago when I photographed Grant and Gwenyth’s wedding.  At the time, Kalie told me, they were not even close to getting married, but she picked up one of my cards, saw my work, loved it, and kept my card.  Then, when she did get engaged, she called me up!  Come to find out, I also photographed another one of their groomsmen’s weddings.

Here’s a little flashback to Kalie and Chris circa 2008

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You really couldn’t have asked for a better January day for their wedding.  Snow covered all the trees and we even had a few light flurries throughout the day.  Kalie looked beautiful and the whole day went off without a hitch!  Big thanks to Jenn Glasser for shooting with me (several of the images on here are hers)

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Ceschaphe looked amazing, as usual.

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PCS: Photographer’s Child Syndrome {Delaware Child Photographer}

I had the bright idea this afternoon to get a few quick shots of Molly to make Valentine’s Day cards for her friends at preschool.  Plus, I had just gotten a couple fake floor setups and was dying to use them.  And since I was getting everything out, I figured I’d might as well take a few of CJ while I was at it.  I mean, after all, I am always up for any excuse to slick his hair up in a mohawk.  Add a pair of jeans and some temporary tattoos?  ::swoon::

So, like I said, I thought it was a bright idea.  It lasted all of about fifteen minutes before I threw in the towel (it was either that or throw my children out the window).  I posted a picture of the outtakes on my facebook page HERE.

But I did manage to squeak out two decent ones of each kid and that’s all I was really looking for anyway.

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Melissa - Erin these look AWESOME 🙂 And I have to say I really ENJOYED the “outtakes” posted on facebook. It those outtakes that are going to make the best stories as they grow older.

Lea - Ha, ha! I love it! PCS…my kids TOTALLY suffer from it. They all but run for the hills when I pull out my camera!

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