Hello, my name is Tiffany. I decided to start a photography blog for several reasons. First, I wanted a place to update my kids' pictures for friends and family. Second, I wanted to give my current clients a sneak peek at a few of their images immediatly following their session. Feel free to forward this link to people you'd like to share your pictures with! Last, I wanted to give potential clients a sense of who I am and what I am all about. Feel free to visit my website for more information: www.tiffanyportraits.com
We got these chairs for the kids when they were 2 years old. The kids now prefer their "landing pads" (huge flat bean bags). One last picture of the kids with their blue rockers before we give them away...
The kids invited 32 friends to their birthday party. We rented out a bounce play house... 5,000 square feet with 8 huge bouncers and sides. What more could 6 year olds want? They went wild and had a great time!!! AND... I didn't have to clean up the mess.... worth every penny!
The triplets turned 6 !!! I simply can't belive it! When they were born, everyone said, "Enjoy them. They grow up so fast." It sounds so cliche' but it's sooo true! We had a fun family party.... with trick candles on their cakes (thus the bewildered faces as they try to blow out the candles.) These three are the joys of my life!
I assisted my brother Justin at a corporate event at the Aneheim Grove tonight. He is an amazing photographer and has been my mentor and photography idol (www.hulsephoto.com). It was a very fun job with outgoing people and outstanding music (The Derek Bourdeaux Band.)
Ann, Andy and their two darling girls are moving to Georgia! They had to get a family portrait at the beach before (actually, the DAY before) their big move. It was a nice overcast day and we escaped the rain with a bit of luck. Here are a few of my favorites:
About 2 weeks ago, Serena stopped calling her beloved bear "Teddy." Apparently, he is now "Ted." Serena became attached to this little bear when she was 11 months old. This bear has been: fed oatmeal, given medicine, in the bath tub, lost and then (thankfully) found, slept with every night, and has been very, very loved!
Serena has been asking for us to take her training wheels off her bike for weeks. She's been practicing her balance till she doesn't hear the plastic training wheels scrape on the street anymore. So, today I took them off. I padded her up with knee and elbow protection. I couldn't very well hold the seat of her bike to run along with her AND hold my camera.... She was fully confident and took off fast! It's a good thing she didn't see me grinding my teeth and hyperventilating on the driveway as she rode away!