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        After the weather man lied to us and said it would snow here in Portland on Sunday night, my kids were pretty bummed we didn’t get a snow day on Monday. But then the weather man redeemed himself because we ended up with a snow day the next day! You would think it was Christmas morning around here, my kids were so freaking excited. I think it had more to do with the day off school than the actual snow, although they liked that part, too😉. I felt the same, way though, because I got to stay home and do a small photography session so… win-win.

        They decided to go play in the snow, but I bribed my daughter to go out in a dress first and let me take some photos of her. She got a new LOL doll after, so to her it was totally worth it. Those things are like gold in her eyes!

        We had a few dresses to choose from, but I decided on this rust colored Joyfolie dress because I thought it would really pop against the snow. It’s a size 8 and is available to borrow for your next session with me!

        I figured it was too cold in just the dress (with leggings and snow boots under), so I grabbed her one of my own cardigans and it totally worked.

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        And lastly, I got this shot of my son playing on the tractor. Precious.

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        If the predictions are correct, we’ll have more snow in Portland next week (or possibly earlier!) and I’m available for some snow photography sessions if you’re up for it! Just let me know that you’re interested and we can make it happen! I have tons of kids clothing and women’s dresses in my client closet that you can borrow. Perfect for last minute sessions!

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