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Stacy has always had a passion for children, family and friends. During her teenage years there were two things you could count on seeing with her, one was a baby or child and the other her camera. Stacy enjoyed and treasured each and every moment she spent with other people’s children. However, her journey really began after she had her own two little ones. Over the years as they grew and became more active in sports and school she began to follow her passion further. After request from friends & family, Stacy decided to pursue her passion and created SNL Photography. “It is my desire that you will be delighted with the passion and time that I take to capture your individuality.” Stacy

Thanks to Willow of Willow Dawn Photography for the image of Stacy.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

A Trip to the Barbershop

Ok so give me a few moments more to get use to this one. Yesterday someone went to see the MEAN old barber. My little guy called me and said "guess what mommy, I got a hair cut". I'm thinking ok no big deal I knew it was coming...right WRONG it's so short. And I wasn't prepared for it. Don't get me wrong he's still my handsome little guy but I would love to see it slightly longer. Good thing his hair grows quickly.

I guess all that matters is that he likes it. Which he truly does. In fact he asked to get it cut. There was one curl in his face that was really bothering him. He said "Mommy there was A LOT of hair on the floor, I mean LOTS" I also caught him looking at his shadow and he said "man I look bald"

I begged him this morning to come out so I could get some shots, unfortunately I was only able to capture one. Check out his crazy face. Always joking that's my Zaya, I guess this is why I LOVE him SOO much.




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