Posted on August 16, 2019
He is such a big boy with big smiles. He absolutely loved having a whole cake to himself. He dug in immediately using his candle as a spoon. It was so funny watching him. Sissy was watching too. She really really wanted to share the cake with him. In the end she did and they happily sat eating cake together. They are so so cute! Happy Birthday Gideon!!!
Fancy & Champagne and their Girls/ Horses in Washington/The Nicholas Girls/Family Photographer/ Love & Honey Photography
Posted on August 15, 2019
My girls love their horses and honestly the horses love them back. Fancy has been in the family since she was born on Grandpa Wayne’s property nearly 30 years ago. Hannah inherited her when she was ten and the two went on adventures all over the area where we live. Once Hannah and our neighbor Lorie went on a ride. Hannah was on bare back. As they went up a steep hill Hannah began to slide off of Fancy. Fancy stopped and waited for Hannah to climb back up. She has also helped Hannah on with a little nudge from her nose. She has been one of those irreplaceable horses. Mahala learned to ride on her and Maya has also. Maya has painted her “toe nails”. Trimmed her tail when I wasn’t watching and pretended she was a horse eating grass right underneath her. (Not something I let her do when I caught her) She has been the best horse a little girl could ask for. Champagne (Chammy) has come along recently as the girls have gotten more experienced at riding. She and the girls have gone on many adventures together. She is a sweet heart so long as her friend Fancy is with her. She throws such a fit if she has to leave her best friend that the girls have decided to always take Fancy along. Sometimes Fancy even goes without a rider. She just tags along for the ride. They are all best friends. Fancy, Chammy and their girls.
The Titus Family Session/ Douglas Falls, Colville, WA/ Family Photographer/ Love & Honey Photography
Posted on August 14, 2019
I love this session. It was so fun to watch the little kids play in the creek. It was a beautiful sunny day and the family was all together again. Some from near and some from far away. They were gathered to remember Jon and to celebrate his birthday. What better way to do so than to meet at one of his favorite places. The light filtered between the tree branches, Mill creek ran by singing a happy little song, and the Titus family spent the day together in this beautiful place.
Posted on July 24, 2019
Family time is the best time. Getting together at the cabin is one of this family’s favorite things to do. Being together down by the creek fills the days and camp fires and s’more roasts fill the evenings. The cell phones get turned off and time almost stands still out at the cabin. It’s why they go back again and again.
Jake & Brittany’s Wedding/ Kettle Falls, Washington Wedding/ Wedding Photographer/ Love & Honey Photography
Posted on July 22, 2019
In a field at the top of a hill on a gorgeous evening they said, “I do”. The sun was slowly sinking in the sky, and the clouds were floating by. Two hearts together enjoying their day the way they invisioned it. Surrounded by family and friends they love. Drinking a few cold ones and enjoying their time together. It was an absolutley beautiful evening.
Arabella Rose’s Newborn Session/ Loon Lake Washington/ Newborn Photographer/ Love & Honey Photography
Posted on July 17, 2019
Little Miss Bella is so sweet in her newborn session. Her big sister Kaylee joined her for a bit also. She was more interested in taking the headband off of Bella and playing with the flowers. I loved watching them. Kaylee is doing amazing at accepting Bella and loves to give her kisses. Two cute little girls, such a blessed Mommy and Daddy.
Posted on July 3, 2019
Three aventures climbed into the old truck. The one parked next to an equally old jeep. The steering wheel moved back and forth as his little hands drove to “work”. “I need some music”, he said. “Can you go get your phone? I want to listen to music on my way to work.” For the moment three Brothers were on the grandest adventure. The kind where time stands still for a moment. The sun was slowly setting behind them. Pretty soon mom came out and called to them, “time for bed boys.” She smiled as she saw them playing in the same old rigs she played in as a little girl. Visiting the cabin is a tradition that is being passed down from generation to generation. Here where the creek runs by, the birds are constantly singing their songs, where the camp fire crackles and memories are made. Here at the cabin.