Welcome! I'm Stephanie a lifestyle photographer based in the Louisville Area with a modern, fresh, colorful style. I specialize in families and children. During our time together, I want to capture the laughs, the giggles, the moments that you see daily and love about your children.

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Monday, August 15, 2011

Children from the same parents do not always look or act alike. In fact, it can sometimes be hard to tell which children are siblings just by looking at them.

This is what makes each one of us so unique. Could you imagine if every child from the same parents looked and acted identically? We would not have nearly as much diversity in our world. Also, you can imagine that families would not be nearly as interesting.  This is something I have come to realize from being a parent of two children with very different personalities. 


 As I often refer to Oprah, I was watching a DVR'd episode in which she was speaking with the family of a child who has extreme rage issues. Towards the end of the episode she said this:


"Years ago, someone on this show...we were doing a show about families and someone said, "There is no such thing as a black sheep." The black sheep is always the most sensitive person in the family who takes on all of the energy and dynamics of the rest of the family and it shows up in the person that they call the black sheep. But usually the black sheep is the one who is the most sensitive."


Bryce and Brady were two great kids with two distinct personality differences; they both were a lot of fun to photograph.  Their mom and dad both came to the session and they were both very proud parents:)


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