• Celebrate the fleeting moments of childhood.

    Reserve your child's portrait today.

  • "Thank you for capturing the magic in our children!"

    -Micki Martin, Memphis, TN  

  • "Our portraits are a family heirloom we plan to pass on."

    -Ben and Lauren Keras, Memphis, TN

  • Celebrate the fleeting moments of childhood.

    Reserve your child's portrait today.

  • "I had tears in my eyes when I saw it.”

    -Hart Kiser, Memphis, TN   

  • "I loose my breath when I walk by it.”

    -Jenna Goode, Memphis, TN

  • Celebrate the fleeting moments of childhood.

    Reserve your child's portrait today.

 

 



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Kate takes pictures of your child in a variety of poses and settings.

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Advice for Mothers: Learn to Let Go

Raising kids is an awesome responsibility. It’s also a great blessing. It’s difficult to experience that joy, though, if you’re worried about being perfect. Among the moms I’ve talked to, this is the number one concern. They want their kids to feel happy and secure, and in the course of raising them, take on responsibilities they’re not meant to carry.

My friend and collector, Lauren, has some advice for moms who worry about their performance. “Your kids are going to be who God meant for them to be,” she says. “You cannot force them to be someone or something they’re not.” As mom to three young girls, Jane, Nellie, and Molly, Lauren says the sooner you embrace that the happier you and your kids will be. Though she’ll be the first to admit it’s easier said than done. Like a lot of moms, she practices taking her own advice.

Since becoming a mom, she’s learned to give up control in some areas and be more Type A in others, like in teaching her kids manners. She gets …