Monthly Archives: July 2015

Day 48-49 | Our Anniversary!

Our Anniversary, 6 years, was on Wednesday and we spent it relatively relaxed at home. The last few years we have either done something or we spent it in the hospital. This year helped that ratio go to 2:6. Our first anniversary we spent in the hospital as I went in to pre-term labor with...

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  • CaylenYou got married in a hot air balloon!!!!!! Why did you NEVER tell me this! Haha you wild spirit you! Congrats on 6 years!ReplyCancel

  • JamieYou got married in a hot air balloon?!! How cool is that? Mike said we have to be married 15 years before he’ll go up in one. 🙁ReplyCancel

    • Candacelol! Yes we did!! It was way more affordable that I thought it was. Even though we went to Vegas, I wasnt doing the typical drive though thing. 😉
      Only sucky part was we went up at like 5am since it was so hot and in July!ReplyCancel

Day 47 | Life-Style Newborn Session Feature

Today was meant to be a productive day, but it just wasn’t. I woke up so sore from the beach day yesterday and all I wanted to do was stare at the computer and have it work for me. Besides coffee, and meals nothing important really got done today. I smiled at my camera and...

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Day 46 | Little Fishes with a Fisheye

Today I had to accompany Kristi at Okuma and watch the kids at the beach. She pretty much had to twist my arm and threaten my life to do it too. 😉 Who turns down babysitting at the beach?! I hope no one! The best part though, my new to me fisheye lens arrived at...

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  • Kristi JamesThese are all SO SO FUN!!!! I love them all and so excited you got your fisheye lens!! I love the one of the umbrella and chairs! Thanks again for watching the kids!!!ReplyCancel

Day 44-45 | Its a Birth-day!

There is no post-typhoon Halola because Halola didnt say Konichiwa! The storm had been all over the place from the get go, but I was worried this beautiful little girl would decide during a typhoon was the time she wanted to enter the world. And she did! Since we thought the storm would hit and the bases...

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  • Day 67 | Newborn Girl | Kristi James Photography Blog[…] today. I’ve been waiting for two weeks to meet this pretty lady. You can see her birth story here! She was an amazing trooper for her birth as well. I wasn’t there but heard she was a […]ReplyCancel

  • Tralon FordMrs. Candance,
    Thank you so much for this great work of art you created capturing this special moment in our lives. I absolutely love the photos and you did a great job both as a photographer and a confidant throughout the entire process. Thanks for your patience and your marvelous professionalism. You keep me encouraged and even help in ways beyond photography. It was my pleasure having you as a photographer, and I’m mind blown by the photos, I can not wait to see the others.

    Thank you so much, I truly appreciate you and your art,
    Tralon, Eddie, & ZariyahReplyCancel

    • CandaceThank you so much Tralon! It was my pleasure capturing this moment for you and being there during your labor and delivery! I am so thankful you chose me to capture the birth of Zariyah for you and your family! I cannot wait to get the remainder of the images finished and ready for you to view! <3ReplyCancel

  • Caylen GalliniAdorable! Momma looks like a rockstar 🙂 and that sunset! So perfect for such an amazing time.ReplyCancel

    • CandaceShe is! And it was a perfect sunset too!! The sunset that following evening, her actual birthday was equally amazing! It was the perfect time to have a baby!ReplyCancel

  • Kristi JamesOMG TRALON!!!!! THESE ARE BEAUTIFUL!!! You are a rockstar!!! She is SO beautiful!!! Congratulations!!! AMAZING job capturing it Candace!!ReplyCancel

Day 43 | Pre-Typhoon Halola

Pre-Typhoon Halola was exceptionally beautiful! As it always is right before a typhoon hits anyway. Its calm, its beautiful, it always has a fantastic sunset. Today was no different. I began the day doing some typhoon shopping, buying more milk and cereal. Am I the only one that goes through like 4 jugs of milk...

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