Breastfeeding Celebration Sessions For Charity


Life in Motion Photography is excited to invite you to a breastfeeding celebration in honor of World Breastfeeding Month.  We have just a few spots left!

Who:  Nursing mommas, little babes & toddlers
When:  August 2nd, 6:45 pm
Where:  The Secret Garden, Georgetown Texas
Donation:  $100 – there is no additional charge for more than one child if you have multiples or are tandum nursing.  100% of the proceeds benefit the Central Texas Birth Center Open Arms Program.

Donations are required in advance to reserve your spot as space is very limited.  You can reserve your spot by paying here (use the button at the bottom).

Details:  Each Momma will receive 2-3 nursing photographs in digital format within 2 weeks of the session.  The image(s) will be via digital download, no printed proofs are provided.  Space is VERY limited with this special discounted rate.  A client survey, ideas on what to wear and directions to the location will be provided once you have reserved your spot.  Please note that your images will only be shared with your expressed permission, whether or not you share is totally up to you!

I am so excited to capture this special relationship between you and your child and also support a very worthy cause supporting mothers in our local community.

If you have any questions please email me at [email protected]

2014-07-31T07:22:23-05:00July 31st, 2014|Announcements|

i feel guilty | austin newborn photographer

i have promised several times to come back and showcase some of my sessions from busy season….yeah, i haven’t done that yet, and i feel kinda guilty.  i also haven’t posted our family snapshots from christmas or my top 10 for 2008.  i will.  promise.  someday lol.

anyway, i was working on finishing up this little guy’s coffee table book tonight and thought i’d share a few more (here is his sneak peek).  he was my last session of 2008 and i can’t think of a better way to end the year….

i just love his pouty lips here….

alright…now i’ll try and come back to share more, working my way backwards to october maybe 😉

2009-01-11T21:19:09-06:00January 10th, 2009|Client Work|

flashback friday

my little dude….all of 15 days old.  i don’t think i ever shared this one before, not sure, but i’m pretty sure i just skimmed over it.  i was going through a few images this week and came across it.  i fell in love all over again.

happy weekend everyone!

2009-01-09T20:24:49-06:00January 9th, 2009|My Family|

Austin Birth Photography

I decided to throw together a little page about birth photography since it currently isn’t included on my website. If you are in Austin or the surrounding areas and would like to book Life in Motion Photography to capture your birth experience, please drop me a line at [email protected]  I only book one per month to be sure they don’t overlap, so plan ahead and contact me early!

2009-01-06T19:11:47-06:00January 6th, 2009|Announcements, Client Work|

austin birth photography . the birth of lucy

A big thank you to Lucy’s parents for allowing me to share their birth experience, birth is an intimate experience and it takes a lot to put yourself out there.  Big kudos to you guys!  I love these images.  I’m thankful they love them too and that they are allowing me to share them.  I hope these images capture their day, Lucy’s day.  I hope they capture how beautiful, and faith filled this family is.

the birth of lucy

I have to tell you that for the first time since I picked up a dslr camera, I wished it had a video feature (hmmmm, maybe I do need that new 5D).  At the end of the slideshow, you’ll see a little boy, a big brother, with bright eyes, blond hair and a big smile.  He’d been planning for awhile to sing his new little sister her first song.  He did it beautifully.  He sung Jesus Loves Me, all the way through and barely took his eyes off of his new baby sister, smiling the whole time.  I’m surprised the images out of my camera are even in focus because I shot them with my eyes welled up with tears, it was that sweet.

And thank you all so much for your warm comments to the post below.  That image will remain one of my all time favorites for many years to come.

Congratulations again K Family!

2009-01-05T19:40:36-06:00December 6th, 2008|Client Work|

alright, let’s get this party started

First a photo by Ty and then a story about him…he took this with the 5D last week.

Ty came home from school on Monday and immediately let me know that the little girl responsible for the whole dog bite incident last year was in his class. Of course, this means we had to have him moved into another class. Both because Ty deserves to be in a peaceful and positive learning environment and because we are being forced into a a lawsuit with the family as they have refused to take responsibility with neither us nor the insurance company. It’s likely to get ugly and having the kids in the same class just isn’t a good idea. Especially considering that after the attack, she continued to taunt Tyler. Anyway, Ty’s school rocks and not only moved him right away with a smile, they let him choose his new teacher, cleaned out his old desk for him so he wouldn’t be bombarded with questions or embarrassed in front of his peers and just made the whole thing easy for him. Love that.

Monday night, he told my mom that there was a new girl on his bus that asked the bus driver to assign her to sit next to him. I heard that and I swear my insides immediately started to swell up. Then it comes out that she’s “feisty”. Then I felt like I couldn’t breathe. Feisty in a good way or feisty in a bad way? “Feisty good” says Ty with bright eyes. I’m not handling this well. At all. Turns out that she’s also in his new class too and sits right next to him.  I have had the urge to run every single girl off that comes knocking on our door, with the exception of sweet, sweet Kayleigh. But this new fiesty girl….she’s giving me gray hairs already. Jase, of course, thinks it’s funny. It’s not. He’s wrong. He says “Oh Ty, you’re 11, have fun” when I roll my eyes and scowl at the discussion of girls….what kind of crap advice is that?! Good advice would be “girls are no good, run far, far away son”….now there is some good parenting!

A note to my dear husband….one day soon your own feisty little blond hair, big blue eyed little girl is going to come home talking about a boy. You will feel your insides swell and your lungs push up against your chest like you can’t breath. And oh sweet husband, if you had hair, it would all go gray. Just know, it’s funny to you now, go ahead and laugh it up, but your day is coming buddy, much sooner than you think.

2008-08-27T19:43:43-05:00August 27th, 2008|My Family|
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