Sports Day 2010

Don’t forget about the Fathers Day Mini Session – post below!!

The pleasure of sitting up at the school for sports day twice in a week is fun. To have two children running, competing on the same day is just crazy!

One thing I learnt is not to cheer and call their name while running

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Fathers Day Mini sessions – Ipswich Children Photographer

Stuck for ideas …. Kylie Eather Photography will be holding mini session in Ipswich.

Conditions – Children only, 30-45min mini sessions, limited times available

If your interested in a family session please contact Kylie for more details.

ACOCP – David, Kristy and Renee

I’m a proud member of Australian Community of Children Photographers also known as ACOCP

With written permission I’m able to share with you Renee Leiani –  Renee meaning – Reborn and the meaning of  Leiani – Heavenly blossoms. We all found out this when Uncle Tommy came to visit …

9 days old and so chubbalious everyone in the room could eat her. I meet with Renee and her wonderful family. During this time I was able to capture some beautiful moments between Renee, Mummy, Daddy, Nan, Pop, Aunty and Uncle, Pop and Aunty. Bathing, cuddles, feeding how lucky was I able to cherish this moment. Thinking of you Renee, Kristy, Dave and family.

While I was there Kristy wrote a few words.

” We first found out that Renee Leiani had some problems at 20 weeks. We were told that she wouldn’t make it full term. It was a hard and stressful 9 months but Dave and I were hopeful and our faith that God would bring our little girl to us. Renee was born on 6.7.10 and she didn’t stop fighting from day 1. Her will to live and her strength has inspired both Dave and I and our friends and family. She is so graceful our little angel, a perfect little treasure who was just given a body that didn’t work that well.

She held our hand and would just stare at us. She had such big dark beautiful eyes that we get lost in. She has blessed our lives forever …..”

to show you how chubby Miss Renee is …

Thank you to Colleen and staff at Mater Mothers Hospital Brisbane.