It’s true. Time really does change everything. For instance, the oldest of the three girls in this bunch was one of my first newborns I photographed. I move away for bit, came back, and boom, now she has two younger sisters and has grown into a beautiful, kind, and loving little girl (as I knew she would). While I was away it felt like an eternity. But looking back in hindsight, it feels like just a wrinkle in time. Like, I blinked and then it was over. And that’s how I feel when I look at these clients. I blinked and now this sweetie is big. One thing I have loved about being back in Wyoming is seeing my clients (whom I prefer to call friends, because that’s really what they are) that have bigger families than before I left and children that are 5 years older and different. I know that a lot of the kiddos don’t remember me, but I remember them. Every single one of them. And I am so grateful for these friends that continue to trust me with capturing their milestones and growing families and changing babies. I feel honored to know that even though I was away for a while, I can come back and still have friends that are ready to step back in front of my camera and act as though I never left. They’ll never know how much it means to me. Liz and DJ, thank you, from the bottom of my heart for trusting me, once again.