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Miss Addie Kate was a sweet little bug for our session. She is one lucky girl, she has a wonderful big sister and awesome parents. I cant wait to watch her grow!

  1. Gabby said:

    These are so sweet! You did a great job Leann! Addie Kate is a doll! Congratulations Miller Family! <3

    May 31, 2016  1:11 am
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I had the honor of shooting Kendra and Craig’s big baby announcement this past fall, and I was so excitied to shoot her maternity photos as well. I can’t wait to meet that sweet baby boy!

We snuck out of town while our house is being renovated and got to squeeze in a short session with my sister and nephew Levi. He is so cute and is growing so fast!

As a mama who has had a few rough c-sections myself, I knew exactly what Elissa wanted when she said she wasn’t ready for photos of herself yet and that she really just wanted to capture Jackson by himself and with his sister while he was still this small.

We did this session in their apartment while everyone stayed comfy and away from germs, it was so relaxing!!!

This session was also featured on Little Bellows here, which I am super pumped about!

When Lauren contacted me about doing an in-home lifestyle newborn session for baby Jack I was super excited. Usually I have to convince people to let me shoot in their homes! Well, let me tell you, it is no wonder because their home is STUNNING and magazine-worthy AND her husband James built it!

I also loved that when I pulled up everyone in the family was ready and willing to have their photos taken. I love when newborn sessions include everyone!!! I can’t wait for this cutie’s 6 month session 🙂

Nate is an old buddy of mine from high school who went to MTSU before we arrived here. He contacted me about taking some portraits for an upcoming trumpet demo CD he is making and of course I said “yes”!

It was super fun being creative and stepping outside of the box and getting creative for this shoot and I cant wait to hear how the album comes out!

Today is World Prematurity Day and in honor of that, I want to share a bit about my friend Mellisa and her adorable baby boy. Jack was born at 32 weeks and was two months old in these photos!

Their family went through so much to get Jack here. Mellisa has always been so brave and open about her struggles with infertility and that is something I admire so much about her! From Mellisa:

“Both of our children were conceived thru in-vitro fertilization. Our seven year old is biologically ours, but Jack Henry is an adopted embryo. We found out with further testing (while trying to add to our family) that scientifically speaking, our oldest shouldn’t be here. My eggs were never viable, and science can’t explain her. Although adoption was always something we were interested in, the desire to be pregnant was still so strong for me. So, we spoke with our doctors, and decided to adopt an embryo. Jack Henry was created from two amazing strangers, who selflessly donated so that we could grow our family. Although Jack is adopted, I was able to have the amazing experience of growing him inside my womb. What an incredible blessing. I felt him move, I heard his heart beat, and watched him grow.”

My baby boy turned one! We celebrated with a quadruple birthday party a few weeks after his day since my husband and two other boys all have birthdays too in a 2 week span of time (we will see how long I can get away with that!).

So since we didn’t have much planned for his ACTUAL birthday, I decided to commemorate with a cake smash session – on film of course!

Happy birthday sweet boy!!!

I had a great time shooting Nashville TN mini sessions this year! Here are a few snaps of two of my families from that day. I’d love to have you join me next time! If you are interested in a mini session email me at leannevicephotography@yahoo.com and like my Facebook Page for updates on when the next minis will be taking place!

You know how some photos just have that *something*. Character, soul, rich tones, vibrant color, dramatic shadows…film does all these things and does them goooood. I’m a little bit obsessed.

“But Leanne, isn’t film outdated? Isn’t digital so much better?”

You be the judge.

“But, can you even get digital copies when you shoot film?”

I’m glad you asked! You absolutely CAN still get digital copies thanks to scanners and modern technology. Shooting film is in my opinion, a win-win-win.

So for your viewing pleasure, a little bit of my life lately, all on film 🙂