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Being a Kansas City baby photographer is so fun with clients as cute as this blondie. This little man’s mama went to high school with me back in….I am not telling!  He looks SO much like her, all of the kiddos do.  It’s so nice to pop in the studio for some shots and be able to step right outside to a wonderful setting as well.  Thanks for bringing him to me!

Kansas City Baby Photographer Blondie

Kansas City Baby Photographer baby in argyle sweater on steps

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    Kansas City Newborn Photographer | Baby Rolls

    This automatic image blogger plug-in has been driving me crazy, it compresses images and I like them big and clear.  🙂  I’ll just have to size and post them by hand from now on.

    Ok, can you believe how cute this little guy is? He belongs in a diaper commercial.  Or a diaper CREAM commercial.   Eeeks!

     

    Kansas City Newborn Photographer | Baby Rolls

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      I have lost track of how many times I have photographed this little cutie now.  We had a fabulous time playing dress up.  Love all of the colorful dresses mom brought!

       

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        Blue Springs Photography Studio

        Back in February, I moved downstairs, in the Heritage Building in historic downtown Blue Springs.  I have been so busy, I haven’t blogged it. I am LOVING it.

        The studio is chocked full adorable props including blankets, hats, benches, baskets, baby scales, vintage chairs and baby wraps.  There are so many neat things to customize your studio shoot, with over 20 backdrop options (that you don’t see everywhere else) and gorgeous hardwoods.   Clients are always welcome to bring their own personalized items to incorporate into the images as well.

        Many times, we combine a studio and outdoor shoot and head right outside to the old train depot and wonderful historic brick buildings nearby.  One of my favorite parks is also close.

        After shoots, take the kiddos across the street to the Soda Shop to enjoy an ice cream cone (bribery, or a couple of doors down to Memories Tea Room, for some pie, just like grandma used to make.  I always have the chicken salad and soup, too.  Yummy. Blue Springs Photography Studio

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