Comfy + Camo {Outfit of the Day}


My two favorite things this winter are camouflage and warm, comfy clothes.  I could be a hermit during the winter if I had the chance.  If it's cold, I am happy to stay home for days on end to avoid going out in the weather.  Give me sun and warmth! 

To get me through my winter depression I love me some cute, warm, comfy clothes.  Here is one of my favorite athleisure outfits (which are currently all on sale).        


Sweatshirt  /  Camo Leggings  /  Adidas Tennis Shoes

I love this unique hoodie with the fun ribbon drawstring and the zippers on the side. It's the perfect length to wear with leggings.  It does run a bit big so I recommend sizing down one size unless you want a really oversized fit.

Unfortunately, I'm not in my twenties anymore so I typically stay with simple black when I wear leggings and avoid the crazy colors and patterns.  But anything camo has won my heart this season, including these camo leggings.  They fit true to size.  

I have two pair of these Adidas sneakers.  This chalk (off-white) pair is a nice option when I want something other than the usual black athletic shoes.  I typically vary between an 8 1/2 and 9 size shoe.  I wear an 8 1/2 in this style sneakers.    




What's for Dinner {January Meal Plan}


Anyone trying to be more organized in the new year and plan meals in advance?  Each year I print out a blank yearly calendar and make it a goal to fill in meal ideas a month at a time.  I would say I manage to complete this task 4 to 5 months out of the year, but it is very helpful when I actually make time to do it.  In the past I've shared my meal plans & recipe links here on the blog so I thought I would share again in the new year. 

When I plan for a month, I pick one day a week and make it a "leftovers" day to clean out the fridge.  Sometimes I will pick a weekend day and mark it "dinner out".  Inevitably, we will eat one meal out a month so I just move things around as needed throughout the month.  As we fix the meal, I cross it off the calendar.

Another thing I've started doing in the new year is ordering my groceries online.  Oh! My! Gosh!  It is SO nice not stepping foot into the grocery store!  I make up my  meal planning calendar and then I sit at my computer, refer the calendar and order two week's worth of ingredients for the meals.  I schedule the time the next day I want to pick up the groceries and all I have to do is make a quick drive-thru at the grocery store.  I LOVE IT!  Locally, I am only aware of Hy-Vee or some Wal-Marts that offers grocery pick-up.  A lot of the time, I just have my husband drive-thru and grab the groceries on his way home from work and I don't even have to leave the house.  YES!

Here is my meal plan for January 2018.  I hope it will help you come up with dinner ideas, as well.  

First, a few notes:

NOTE 1:  The calendar below will change as the month change.  If you are viewing this post after Janaury, just use the < > buttons to click back to January 2018.  


NOTE 2:  Items marked with an (*) asterisk on the calendar below have recipe links you can refer to.  Simply click the item and a recipe link will pop up. 


NOTE 3:  For my Instant Pot friends, there are several Instant Pot friendly recipes marked with "(Instant Pot)".


Here is my meal plan for January 2018.  I hope it will help you come up with dinner ideas, as well.  If this helps you out and you would like me to continue sharing over the coming months, please let me know.  Happy cooking!  



2017 = Adventure {2018 = All the Things}

Happy new year, everyone!  Looking back on 2017, I feel like I ran a yearlong marathon. (Or at least what I think it would feel like to actually ran a marathon.  Let's be real, it's probably what it would feel like if I ran at all, even a mile.)  It wasn't until I started thinking back on all that occurred for my family and my business over the last year that I realized how crazy it actually was.  As we get older, time seems to pass us by faster and faster each year.  Am I right?  Instead of resolutions, I've taken to choosing a word for the upcoming year.  2017 was The Year of Adventure.  

I thought I would take a look back at the year that was 2017 for the Baker family and Christy B Photography.  It should explain why it has been so quiet here on the blog; something I hope to change in 2018.  


Hubby had shoulder surgery 2 days after Christmas.  The day before his surgery we received a signed contract on our house with a less than 30-day closing date.  That meant hubby was down and out and couldn’t help with any of the packing or move.  Our fun-filled New Year’s Eve was spent beginning the packing up of the last 18 years of our family’s life while hubby recuperated on the couch. 

The first three weeks of January were spent packing, meeting with architects and builders to build a new house, attending our daughter’s senior year school events, getting together everything needed for our taxes which had to be done early for our new house loan, and making final fixes to the house before the closing.  Oh, and finding a place to live because the house we were supposed to rent was not yet vacated due to their new house still under endless construction.  

Three weeks of January down, the kids and I successfully packed up the entire house, closing was a success and it was time to move; but where? The home we were going to rent still wasn’t vacated.  Thankfully my grandpa goes to Texas for the winter so we moved all of our belongings into storage units and his garage and made ourselves at home in his teeny-tiny house in the country for what we hoped would be just a few weeks. 

Our Old House Tour

PHHS Matwarming Senior Queen Candidate

PHHS Matwarming Senior Queen Candidate


We were living out a select few boxes at my grandpa’s house in the boonies waiting for our rental to be ready.  Thankfully, I was able to take much of the month of January off to focus on moving.  But I had to get back to work.  Only problem is the country isn’t the best option for fast, reliable internet.  My days were spent setting up office 20 minutes away at the nearest Starbucks or Panera and my evenings were spent lugging my gear around to various locations because I no longer had the studio in my basement.  We celebrated Valentine’s Day, our son’s 22nd birthday and our 23rd anniversary. 



Fast forward four weeks and we were still living ten minutes outside of town in my grandpa’s house as our rental was still occupied.  My grandpa was due back home at the end of the month and we were super antsy at what our living situation would be next.  I continued to make my office at any place with decent wi-fi and photographed last minute spring seniors on location.  Hubby was back to work in a limited capacity.  Our daughter was coming to the finish line of her senior year of high school and our son came back occasionally from college.


The crazy continued when the day my grandpa was on his way back home from Texas to reclaim his home we were able to move into our rental.  Thankfully hubby was able to somewhat help with the move that time. 

Did I mention that the house we were renting was also listed for sale?  We were renting while it was being shown multiple times a week to potential buyers.  Nerve wracking!  At the same time we were finalizing drawings for building a new house, we were celebrating our daughter’s 18th birthday and I was working like crazy with spring photo sessions while multiple times a day/week we had to leave the house for showings.  As if that wasn’t adventurous enough, I decided it was the perfect time to open up a commercial studio space.  Oh, and get it ready in less than a month to host our daughter’s graduation party.    


The arrival of May brought our daughter’s graduation from high school.  We were frantically painting my new studio space from top to bottom to get it ready for her graduation party.  We also made a trip to Manhattan to move our son into a different house so he would be ready to continue into his masters program at K-State in the fall.  Our architect completed our house plans and we submitted the drawings for final pricing.  We also welcomed a new puppy, Daisy Mae, into our household.    

Graduation party

daisy mae

Kylie - PHHS Class of 2017

Kylie - PHHS Class of 2017



I officially opened up a commercial photography studio after having my studio in the basement of our previous home for 9 years. 

The month of June brought the unexpected news that final pricing to build our new home came in almost double what the initial estimate was.  We could be house poor or home plans (that we had already paid for) had to change. At the same our rental was still being shown multiple times a day/week as we prayed we wouldn't have to move again any time soon.     

New Studio - 125 Veterans Parkway, Pleasant Hill

New Studio - 125 Veterans Parkway, Pleasant Hill


The realization hit that building our dream home wasn’t meant to be just yet.  We would rather enjoy life than have a new home that stretched our budget to the max. And we had gotten used to living in the 4,300 square feet our rental allowed us with cabinets that weren’t even full.  (Our new home would have only been 2,700 square feet.)  Where else in town could we find 6 acres with a 4,300 square foot house?  July was the month we put our plans of building new on hold and made an offer on the home we were renting.  It just happened to be the day before the owners received a second offer from one of the house showings. It was meant to be.  We became homeowners of a fixer upper three times the size of our previous home.  Here we go again…

I also celebrated 10 years in business for Christy B Photography.





In August we became empty nesters as our son began his 5th year of college and we moved our daughter in for her first year of college. I wouldn’t say things slowed down much, though.  The beginning of the busy fall portrait season took off.  Around the house we started cleaning up the exterior, trimming trees and removing overgrown landscaping around the house.



We attended family weekend at Missouri State University with our daughter. I cooked tons of football inspired food and we hosted a tailgate for all of her friends.

I couldn’t take the dark, paneled family room any longer so we started the first project indoors.  We removed the paneling and trim from the walls, exposed the ceiling beams which also turned out to be stained 1970s dark brown, cut down and planed the fireplace mantel back to it’s natural wood tone.   I forced myself to have a garage sale to clean out things we no longer needed (garage sales are so much work). 

Missouri State University Family Weekend

Missouri State University Family Weekend


October made me another year older.  I was blessed with a crazy busy month of photo sessions while I prepped sets for upcoming holiday photos.  We attended family weekend at K-State with our son. 

Kansas State University Family Weekend - It poured down rain the entire time and I didn't get any photos so here are some from last year.

Kansas State University Family Weekend - It poured down rain the entire time and I didn't get any photos so here are some from last year.


The holiday photo season was upon me and 16-hour workdays had taken over my life.  Progress on the family room was put on hold for the holidays so I decorated right over the bare sheetrock walls.  #fixerupperlife  

Christmas 2017 in the middle of renovating

Christmas 2017 in the middle of renovating


Our crazy year was quickly coming to an end.  I wrapped up my busiest year yet at the studio.  So thankful!!  It may have been two weeks before Christmas but I finally had time to complete decorating the house for Christmas.  We hosted Christmas Eve at our house, unfinished sheetrock walls and all.  We pulled off the best Christmas gift ever by surprising my dad with a mini donkey on Christmas morning.  (He has always wanted one.  Mom has always said no.  My sister and I are adults now so we got him one anyway.  ☺) And I successfully made it through the holiday season without getting the sick bug that was going around.  It was a great end to a wonderfully crazy 2017! 


My family was truly blessed in 2017.  It really was a "Year of Adventure".  I have to admit, I'm looking forward to a slightly slower paced 2018.  I found myself so busy last year, there wasn't much time to breathe and enjoy the little things in life.  That brings me to my words for 2018.     


I want to do "All the Things" this year; in my business and in my personal life.  I'm going to focus more on the things I truly enjoy and say no more often to things I don't enjoy.  This blog, for example.  I want to refocus on using this space to share all of the things I love - photography, cooking, fashion, home decor, remodeling, crafts, organization, etc. on a regular basis.  I do love photography and my business but I also love "all the things" and I need to make more time for more than just 16-hour work days.  My hope for you, too, in 2018 is that you can find time this year to do "all the things" that make you happy.  

To follow along with me this year as I share "all the things" be sure to check back here on the blog but also follow Christy B Photography on Instagram and Instagram Stories and thechristyB on Snapchat and hold me accountable as this new year inevitably flies by even faster than the previous.  



Holiday Mini Sessions {with ChristyB}


We have had an overwhelming response for holiday photo shoots this year.  We are currently booked for full photo sessions for the year.  To help accommodate those that are looking for a last minute photo shoot, we are adding a week of mini sessions November 27 - December 1.  Daytime or evening appointments available.

If you're looking for a quick, hassle-free photo shoot for the holidays, want just a handful of photos to choose from, are looking for easy holiday cards, want to choose your images on the spot at your session or if you prefer digital files to do it all yourself, our holiday minis are perfect for you.  Children, families & pets welcome.  

We have four set designs you can choose from:

1.  First we have a simple Christmas tree greenery backdrop.  This set is large enough to accommodate families, pets or larger groups.    

2.  If you want to add a little bling to your photos, we have our sparkly silver sequins backdrop and festive disco balls.

3.   For a fun take on Christmas photos, we have our holiday whites bed set that can be paired with cute holiday pajamas or bright colored outfits.

4.   For classy formal photos, we have a gold sequins backdrop.    

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Along with our special holiday minis, we offer discounted holiday packages.


To schedule your holiday mini photoshoot, contact us at or call 816-935-4961.





Dogs, cats, pigs, birds, guinea pigs, hamsters, family members - come one, come all!   

Join us for this year's holiday pet photos at the Pleasant Hill Animal Clinic on Saturday, November 18th from 8:00am to 12:00am.  No wait when an appointment is scheduled in advance through the Animal Clinic - 816-540-3545 or Christy B - 816-935-4961.  Walk-ins are welcome.  The $25 fee includes a 5x7 print.  Personalized holiday cards, additional prints and products are also available for purchase.      

Here is a peek at this year's set:




Holiday Photos {Lauren Alexandra}

It's time for the 4th annual holiday photos at Lauren Alexandra this Saturday from 11:00am to 4:00pm.  Spend $100 at Lauren Alexandra by Saturday, October 21st and get a 15-minute mini holiday photo session with Christy B Photography.  Can't make it in to the store before Saturday?  Call the store, purchase a $100 gift card & schedule your time-slot - 816-822-2539.  Limited spots left.  Print and holiday card photo packages start at $75.




What's In My Closet {CHRISTY B}

It's been a long time since I've done a "What's In My Closet" blog post.  Since it's peak senior and family photo season, I thought it might be good to share a few outfits that can work both for everyday wear and also for photos.  


This outfit can work for a mom or a senior.  The cute oversized sweater, under $20 when not on sale, can be worn as shown or off the shoulder.  I paired it with a bralette with cute straps.  The jeans are my newest discovery from Target.  Super cute and super affordable.  The boots were from Free People but they don't carry them anymore.  I did find similar ankle boots at DSW. 

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Rainy day outfit, fun senior photos outfit or cute outfit for mom to build family photo attire around.  Start with this outfit for mom, pull the red of the boots into a red dress for a girl, black pants and a red plaid shirt for a boy and jeans and a black button down for dad.  Super cute and casual.  

There are so many styling options with each individual item in this outfit.  The denim shirt can be worn with leggings, colored jeans, buttoned, unbuttoned over a shirt or tied around the waist.  The $10 striped shirt is perfect for layering under a button front shirt, with a sleeveless or puffer vest,  under a sweater, etc.  Leggings can be dressed down with tennis shoes or dressed up with a nice sweater and tall boots and are always comfortable.  And finally, the Hunter boots.  They aren't cheap but I can tell you from experience, they are SO worth the money.  I've worn mine in the snow, standing in water at tailgates in the pouring rain, when it's wet or muddy at a photo session and they just wipe off clean when I'm done.  I love my Hunter boots!

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I am no hunter but I am obsessed with camo in my wardrobe this fall.  This dress is a fav.  It's long enough that I don't have to worry about what's showing and it's so comfy.  I love it paired with these affordable over-the-knee boots (as of today, on sale for $26).  The denim shirt makes an appearance again tied around the waist.  This outfit would work for senior girls or mommas in family photos.      

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The Most Amazing Invention Ever {Instant Pot}

OH! MY! GOSH!  One day I was scrolling through Instagram and saw someone post about trying out a new kitchen gadget.  They were cooking a brisket from start to finish in one hour.  It piqued my interest so I did a little research.  The Instant Pot is basically a new and improved (safer) pressure cooker but even better.  It takes the place of a slow cooker, a rice cooker, a steamer and you can even saute your meat right in the pot before cooking it.  Less dirty dishes!  Holla!

 My birthday happened to be coming up so I told my family I wanted an Instant Pot.  Why would I want an appliance that requires me cook for my birthday, you ask?  I'm a classic "wait until the last minute to decide what's for dinner" kind of person.  If I can decide at 5:00pm what to fix, throw it in and have it done by 6:30, I'M SOLD!


So, I got the 6 Quart, 7-in-1 Instant Pot for my birthday.  And, I've used it pretty much everyday since.  I've successfully made barbacoa beef from a 2 pound roast in an hour, homemade applesauce without an ounce of sugar in 10 minutes, a 2 pound brisket in an hour that fell apart when removed from the pot, Chocolate Lava mini cakes in 8 minutes (made them twice because they were so good) and potato soup in 10 minutes - complete with cooking crispy bacon in the pot first, no boiling the potatoes, just throw all the ingredients in the pot, hit the "soup" setting and let it do it's thing for 10 minutes.  This thing is amazing!   

I've shared my love of the Instant Pot on my Snapchat (@thechristyB) and had several people ask me about it or where it can be purchased which is why I wrote this blog post.  If you're a working parent and struggle with getting dinner on the table after you get home, or are a procrastinator like me, you need this thing in your life, I promise.  In my opinion, it's pretty reasonably priced.  There are three different size options - 3 quart, 6 quart or 8 quart.  I have the 6 quart.  I would say you can easily cook meals for 4 in the 6 quart.  Though for the most part, I'm cooking for two these days, if I had it to do over again, I would get the 8 quart model.  You can cook things like bread and even cheesecake in the Instant Pot by putting the actual dish in the pot.  The dishes have to be smaller to do this in the 6 quart version.    

The Instant Pot is also pretty reasonably priced considering in combines multiple appliances into one.  The small version starts at $69, the medium at $99 and the large at $110 to $130 depending on which options you choose.  Since I've gotten mine, I have seen sales for $20 off, so I'm betting you can get some good deals as Christmas gets closer.  

If you're like me and you can't wait until Christmas to have this baby in your life, I've put some purchase links here for you.  Double bonus, they are available on Amazon and you can get one in two days if you have Amazon Prime.  The Instant Pot is also sold at Target.

This is not a sponsored post.  I just really love the Instant Pot and wanted to share the love.  If you get one, I hope you like it as much as I do.  



Soft Pretzels with Cheese Sauce {Cooking with ChristyB}


Tell me I'm not the only one that goes in phases when it comes to cooking.  Sometimes I find time to plan an entire month's worth of dinners at once.  Other times, I have no idea what to fix, no desire to go to the store and can barely find the energy to cook.  I just can't seem to keep it together on a regular basis.  Coming up with meal ideas is the WORST!

With both kids away at college, I'm in one of my organized phases because I'm looking forward to trying out some of the recipes the kids would never eat.  (Keep in mind, it's only been three days since they left.  We'll see how long the organized phase lasts this time.)

It's also nice not to have to cook a full meal sometimes.  These homemade soft pretzels with cheese sauce were just enough for a light bite for two.  And, they aren't as hard to make as you would think.  

If you would like to give them a try, you can find the recipes here:




The Next Phase

Because so many have asked, I thought I would give an update to our home situation.  If you read the blog regularly, you remember that we sold our home of 18 years last January (HERE and HERE).  We were originally going to build a custom home.  After we sold our house, we finally settled into our rental and were ready to start the building process.  Unfortunately, the final build price came back WAY over the estimate.  It was either stretch our budget to the max or start the home search again.  As fate would have it, the home we were renting was for sale, had nearly 5 acres of land and was almost double the size as what we would get building new.

Today it became official.  Our rental is now our new fixer upper.  I can't wait to get started on it's facelift.  I have more space than I thought I would ever have, so much storage that I've got empty cabinets waiting to be filled and lots of land perfect for creating unique outdoor shooting spaces.  It's on to the next phase of life as empty nesters with both kids in college and a new home to put our stamp on.        




Dream Big, Sparkle More, Shine Bright {Teen Modeling Head Shots}

Just a small town girl with big opportunities on the horizon.  Dream big, girl!  Here are a few of the clean, classic modeling portfolio head shots we recently captured of Hanah in the studio.  




From a Senior to a Freshman Again {Dorm Room Inspirations}

I can remember it like it was yesterday.  My little 2-seater Mazda RX-7 packed to the ceiling with crisp new peach colored bedding, white plastic storage shelves, and way more clothes & shoes than I ever needed.  My parents followed along with more stuff I had carefully crossed of my detailed college packing list as we made the two and a half hour trip to Springfield and my new dorm room at (then) Southwest Missouri State University.  It was the beginning of a lifetime of awesome memories.  

And now it's your turn 2017 seniors!!  

I will soon have my Jeep loaded to the ceiling as I follow my own daughter to move her into her new dorm room at (now) Missouri State University in the exact same dorms that I stayed in all those years ago.  MAN time flies!!

In my day, the only big decision we made was what color bedding we were going to choose.  These days, it's not just the bedding but the pillows, rugs, throw blankets, wall decor, etc.  It's like designing a luxury suite now.  And I'm all about helping in any way I can.  For my 2017 seniors preparing to become freshman once again, here are some room decor ideas to help inspire your very own dorm room design.  And get ready to make awesome memories!!


GIRLS: Simple tips to make your dorm room extra cozy

1.  Add a faux fur skin to your desk chair.    

2.  Turn your bed into a daybed that serves as seating during the day and a cozy bed at night by adding a variety of fun decorative pillows and a cute throw blanket.

3.  Add a little flair on your desk with faux succulents.  No need to remember to water.   Cute & stylish.

4.  Printed tapestries are all the rage right now.  Add a splash of color to your room by hanging them on the wall or at the head of the bed for a simple headboard.  Even more cozy, hang a sheer bed canopy over the bed wrapped in a strand of lights for late night studying.

5.  For super simple decor with no wall damage, attach removable dots or decals to the walls.     

6.  What girl wouldn't want to display those images of her friends & family in her Instagram feed?  Print out those photos and hang from an LED photo clip light strand.  

7.  Make a statement with a light-up or felt letter board.  Change the sayings with your mood.  


GUYS: Simple tips to make your dorm room extra cozy

1.  Flag tapestries, college and team flags make easy wall decor.  

2.  Try storage trunks for more storage then use at the foot of the bed or as a bedside table.

3.  Keep track of the next party (I mean study date) and hang photos of family & friends on a cool stainless steel magnetic dry erase board.     

4.  Store dirty laundry in a laundry duffle bag.  When it's time to head down to the washing machines or back home to mom, just throw it on your back.  Folds away for compact storage when not in use.  

5.  Add some festive lighting with a three-sided stop light or fun plug-in neon light.

6.  For comfy seating that doesn't take up a lot of space, try a bean bag chair.


DIY Decor

1.  Geometric Memo Board:  Paint hexagon cork board tiles, lay out desired pattern, using removable wall tabs, secure to wall.  Hang photos, notes, or jewelry.   SOURCE

 2.  Clipboard Wall Art:  Hang a variety of clipboards in various sizes on the wall.  Display printed quotes, drawings, a calendar or photos.  Easy to change out art with holidays or as your mood changes.   SOURCE WITH PRINTABLES

3.  Tassel Garland:  Use tissue paper and twine to create a fun wall accent.  SOURCE

4.  String Art:  Using lightweight cork board instead of wood makes this project perfect for damage free hanging using removable wall tabs.  SOURCE

5.  Washi Tape Line Art:  Use inexpensive washi tape to add color and design to walls.  Doesn't damage walls.  SOURCE

6.  Decorate Your Fridge:  Even the refrigerator can be dressed up.  Use chalkboard paint and/or washi tape to add flair.  Top it off with fun magnets.   SOURCE

7.  Driftwood Jewelry Hanger:  By simply using a piece of driftwood, twine and a few nails, you can create a gorgeous display for your jewelry.  SOURCE 

8.  Washi Tape Clothespin Wall Hangers:  Cover clothespins with washi tape.  Cut removable wall poster tabs in half to fit the back side of clothespins.  Hang on the wall to hold photos, drawings, notes, etc.   SOURCE

Dorm Room Pinterest Inspiration Board

For even more dorm room inspiration, check out our Pinterest board.




It's Birthday Week Around Here

Hip, hip, hooray!  It's birthday week.  TEN years ago I officially announced the opening of Christy B Photography with a float in the Cass County Fair parade.  Fast forward to this year, the fair marked the opening of our brand new studio space in downtown Pleasant Hill as I watched the parade pass by through the windows of the studio.  Thank you to everyone that stopped in to see me after the parade.  It was great talking with you and sharing the new space.  Here's to ten more fun-filled years of doing my dream job with the most amazing clients!


The Cass County fair just happens to mark another birthday around here, as well.  This time last year we held one of our senior group photo shoots in the carnival at the fair.  Toward the end of the shoot we stopped to play a game thinking maybe one of the girls would win a stuffed animal we could use in the photos.  


They won alright!  But it wasn't a stuffed animal.  It was alive.     


One year ago Fishy came home from the fair and has lived happily ever after since.  He's made it through two moves, two cats that like to sneak drinks out of his bowl, and a near death experience on the floor (came out one morning to find him on the floor, thought he was dead, picked up up with a paper towel, he flopped around, put him back in his bowl and it's like nothing ever happened) and he's still going strong.  Happy birthday, Fishy!  The girls saved you from a life on the road as a carny.   





Say it isn't so.  We've come to the final day of pics from this year's Cass County Fair Baby Show / Wee King & Queen Contest.  I've had so much fun sharing these adorable images here on the blog.  It's always a crazy busy but super fun week!

To the parents of this year's contestants that stopped by for photos: within the next week, multiple images of each child will be uploaded to our baby show webpage for your viewing pleasure.  For those that would like to purchase prints, pricing and ordering information can also be found on the page.  The website is:  Thanks so much for allowing me to photograph your sweet children!





The fun continues on the blog this week.  Here's round 4 of littles from the Cass County Fair Baby Show / Wee King & Queen Contest.  Hope everyone is having fun at the fair!  Tomorrow will round out our baby show contestant peeks.  I don't know about you but I don't want it to end.  They are all so C-U-T-E!  See you back here tomorrow. 



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