My Littles

I can't help falling in love with you, boys!


Saying Goodbye

She's been part of our family for 9 years. It's been a good long ride, but the time has come to say goodbye and find a new home for her. We are selling our 2000 Chevy Malibu. Contact us for more details if you are interested.


Stoltzfus Family

She was my typing teacher in high school so I had trouble calling her by her first name. I kept wanting to call her Mrs. Stoltzfus. I guess now that I've been out of school for 13 years I can relax a bit. I had given LMS a free portrait sitting to donate to the school auction and she won it. I asked how often they do family pictures. "We haven't ever had them done professionally." she replied. I knew we would have fun.

They enjoy being outdoors in creation and passionately love the Creator Himself. Mason, their oldest son is raising chickens, a Hans Herr FFA member, passionate about being a witness for Christ and a natural leader. He looks forward to hunting season and trips to the mountains. Natalie, their daughter is a determined and focused achiever who loves volleyball, hanging out with her friends and her pup Skippy. Luke, the baby of the family is fun loving and wants to make a positive impact on everyone he meets. He loves reading, ice hockey, soccer, and his cowboy boots. I couldn't wipe the smile off of his face if I tried during our session. He really was having a blast. Rod and Heidi are two teenage sweethearts who God brought together and continues to bless through their marriage, family, work and friends.

Fall Beach Day

September might seem late, but it's still a beautiful time of year to head to the beach. The forecast didn't look too promising but we decided to go for it anyway and we're so glad we did. It was a warm, overcast, dolphin-jumping day at Cape Henlopen, DE and we all had a great time of relaxing, eating, and laughing together. Malakai was getting more friendly with the ocean and Isaac loved crawling around on the beach blanket. Next year, I think I'll be very focused on his whereabouts on the beach! Grandpa brought along the "famous" shovel, which usually helps to produce massive holes or gigantic animals. He had the attention of many little people on the beach. Mom loves to take long walks on the beach which was fun for her and I to just let the kids with the men and have some mother/daughter time. Wood-fired pizza on the way home and we called it a day. Good bye Ocean, see you again next year.