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Letters to Our Daughters | October 2013

There is a mom of two girls who I have admired for a long time. Her name is Kirsty and I am so fortunate to call her my dear friend. She is an amazing artist and exceptional mother who lives life fully and presently. Please visit the blog of the sweet Kirsty Larmour | Abu Dhabi Photographer to see her photos and letter to her daughters.

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  • Kirsty - Amy, I really don’t know how you mesh the words and images together so beautifully – not only perfectly for your girls, but perfectly for us to read too, in a way that impacts and stops me in my tracks – words, pictures, your girls and you, they are all just so beautiful – thank you xxReplyCancel

  • Emma Wood - I love the dreamer in you Amy, I love that you share it with your girls and reading your words and looking at these beautiful images gives me added hope and inspiration for my own space within the world. <3ReplyCancel

  • Debbie Wibowo - I am blown away with your images, Amy. So, so, so beautiful…and the fact that you’ve woven your letter into these pictures is amazing. We are all need dreamers like you and your girls. xoxoReplyCancel

Letters to Our Daughters | August 2013

Now please visit the blog of my dear friend Shalonda Chaddock of Chubby Cheek Photography. Her girls are starting school tomorrow…a very bittersweet day indeed.

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  • Letter To My Daughters | August 25th 2013 » Maternity, Newborn, Baby, Children and Family Photographer in Alexandria, VA. - […] Debbie Downer letter ahead. Feel free to skip directly to the beautiful and uplifting words of Amy, along with the gorgeous photographs of her twin […]ReplyCancel

  • shalonda - amy your images truly make me gasp every month…and the dreamlike feel of these are beyond words…and yes what an incredible gift to be a twin and the same the sister bond in general. big hugs for the first day of school mamaReplyCancel

  • Rashmi - These photographs and words Amy.. wow. This end-of-summer thing always makes me so sad… its like these steps towards more growing up, which means steps further away from me. Makes me sad to think about it. Your girls, your twin girls, are so lucky to have each other. What a blessing.ReplyCancel

  • Emma Wood - Such tender beautiful images Amy. And your words echo them so perfectly – you are my hero. xxReplyCancel

  • Therese - These girls are so blessed to have each other and to be such great friends. They are truly blessed, too, to have such a loving mother.ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty - these images are amazing Amy, they reflect back your words about them shining when together and I am in total awe of how you fuse sentences and pictures so seamlessly together so that they are sharing the exact same sentimentReplyCancel

Letters to Our Daughters | July 2013

Next please visit the blog of my dear friend Sarah Cornish of My Four Hens Photography.

 

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  • amy grace - this was the post that just keeps giving :) every image could have been the only one and still knocked my socks off. so many kinds of wonderful. awe and joy and closeness and melancholy. you are really growing too. just like they are. growing together. xoReplyCancel

  • Emma Wood - Beautiful in every way Amy – you blow me away with your talent and your soul. <3ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty - I love how you talked about their hopes and dreams and how it all just tied in with the excitement of the trip – what beautiful mermaid girls they are – your words and pictures show that just perfectly AmyReplyCancel

  • shalonda - oh my word amy!!!!!!!!!! these images are by far my favorite images ever!!!!!! i am truly unarmed i keep scrolling back through them…WOW! and i loe that y’all took a girls trip! so perfectly perfect my friendReplyCancel

  • katie - how adorable and so special. your words and the images.ReplyCancel

  • Debbie W - Wow…Amy..all those colors and the connection between them are just lovely to stare at. Oh love the swimsuits too!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie - Amy,

    The water show is incredible! I can totally see that collection on a wall with the title, Water, water my girls.

    Again, your photography amazes me every day! Thanks for sharing your gift!ReplyCancel

  • Melina - These are so stunning Amy!! I love how you capture their spirit and their connection so vividly!! Their joy and love is palpable!!! They will cherish these photos and letters one day! <3ReplyCancel

  • michelle mw - Love that your photos demonstrate their connection to water ,and to each other. The underwater shots are a document of playful whimsical childhood moments. I imagine the girls loved the photos too. Glad to here you three shared some special Mother/Daughter time.ReplyCancel

Letters to Our Daughters | June 2013

 

Now please visit the blog of my dear friend Sarah Cornish of My Four Hens Photography to see her letter to her daughters. She is one of the sweetest mothers I know and is incredibly talented on top of that. These photos were processed with Sarah’s new Happy Helpers Action Collection that were just released yesterday. They are amazing!

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  • Sarah C - Oh Amy, I felt like I could have written so much of this. I have had the same sentiments over and over. A big fear, is that these wishes I make for my girls, these wishes my girls make for themselves will bring disappointment and then I remember that is the magic of life. Making our own path and working for our wishes. You really are a blessed mama, and your girls are equally blessed. To have you there always is probably one of the most amazing gifts they will ever receive. The true weight of motherhood on a child’s life is one of those profound things that both our children and we as mama’s just don’t fully appreciate until time kind of marches on and we have a moment to catch our breath and look back. I feel so blessed to have you as a friend. So blessed. And thank you SO much for your kind words. If I could hug you I absolutely would. Consider this a big ol cyber hug, until I get to give you the real thing one day. I do hope our paths cross in person!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty - Awww Amy, your wishes are just perfect because look at that precious little soul, there, out in the world forging her own way and making her own wishes – she is so blessed to have you there, right behind her holding her hand through them until she can wish and achieve in the big world by herself – and those pictures are as perfect as alwaysReplyCancel

  • Ginger Unzueta - This is so beautifully said Amy. I can relate so much to this. I think of my life and as I look back I see so many blessings God bestowed on me, not always even deserving, yet His grace is so big and abundant. I pray my children, will have a life filled with the same love and happiness I look back on. And the love so great that they have given me. You share so much here with your sweet one..and I know she can feel it too. You are a gracious and big loving mama and that is the start they all need. Thank you for sharing your heart.ReplyCancel

  • Life with Kaishon - I love the images of your little darling. There is something so magical about girls, isn’t there? Absolute magic. Beautiful images and beautiful words. She is well loved.ReplyCancel

Letters to Our Sons | June 2013

Now please visit the blog of my dear friend Courtney Keim | South Jersey Photographer. She has the most adorable twin boys with the most adventurous spirits.

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  • Ashley Spaulding - Without even knowing E, these images feel so much like *him.* Gorgeous work, as always, Amy, and your words always manage to move me to tears and inspire me all at once.ReplyCancel

  • Therese - What a cool kid! Your images are awesome; they reveal his confidence, energy, and personality.ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty - Such a handsome little man with such a wonderful personality – you can tell that positive energy surrounds himReplyCancel

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