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Asa Owen | Greenvile Birth Photographer | Greenvile Memorial Hospital

Just like the weddings I get to photograph, each birth is uniquely different and amazingly wonderful at the same time!  And the birth of sweet Asa was no different… except for one thing.  This was my first birth to photograph where the gender of the baby was a surprise!!  Y’all, I don’t know how parents […]

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Charlotte Elizabeth | Greenville Birth Photographer | Greenville Memorial Hospital

Two and a half years ago, I spent several hours at the hospital with Kendall & William and  their sweet family as we all waited on their son, Carter, to be born.  I’d helped a friend photograph their wedding two weeks before Ben and I got married so it was fun to see everyone again and spend […]

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Harper Rose | Greenville Birth Photographer | Greenville Memorial Hospital

“For this child I prayed, and the Lord has granted me my petition which I asked of Him. Therefore I also have lent him to the Lord; as long as he lives he shall be lent to the Lord.” So they worshiped the Lord there. I Samuel 1:27-28 Every birth is different.  Every mom is different.  […]

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Fabulous Friday | It’s a BirthDAY!

This day last year I was trying to entice Catherine to be born by eating a spicy Chick-fil-A chicken biscuit because today is my dad’s birthday and it would have been fun for them to share that!  However, she wanted to wait until her actual due date to make her debut. But what’s wonderful is […]

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Hudson MacGregor | Greenville, SC Birth Photographer | St. Francis Eastside

This has been a year of boys for sure.  Most of Catherine’s little friends (well, my friends that have babies around Catherine’s age) are boys.  And the 4 new babies I’ve had the joy of photographing this year have all been boys too! But regardless of their gender, tiny babies are probably the sweetest things […]

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