Archive for April, 2011

I love my job. I love what I do and I get to work with beautiful babies, adorable children, and warm and loving parents. And I had the most delightful time working with this family! It’s my three sons for this family of five as they brought their newest addition home last week. And this week I got to join them in their gorgeous home for their lifestyle newborn photography session, which was a wonderful gift from one of mom’s friends.

I loved spending some time with the big brothers. They were so sweet! And they weren’t the least bit upset about letting their tiny sibling be the star of the show. And the little man……! He was a sleeping machine. Very cooperative and just a gorgeous, perfect baby.

Mom and Dad, I enjoyed every moment of my time with you and cannot wait to share all the images with you. Here is a taste of what we captured that day and I hope you love them! Ask your friends and family members to check out the post. If 35 unique visitors leave a comment here (with an email address), you will receive a 5×7 of your choice and if 50 leave a comment, you will receive an 8×10! I seriously LOVE blog love:)


Sylvia Borgo: What a darling family! They surely will treasure how you captured this special time in their lives!

Kel Ward: These are to die for! These boys all look like little angels!! As a mother of three boys I can say that it's not easy to get all 3 in the same shot, let alone looking at the camera! LOL! You did an amazing job on these, as usual. What a GORGEOUS family!

Jennifer: OH.MY.GOODNESS!! What precious shots of baby and gorgeous shots of the older boys and family!! Beautiful work and a beautiful family!!!!!

Susan Coleman: These photos are the most beautiful photos that I have ever seen. What a beautiful family!

Tiffany Higgins: I LOVE the first picture!!!!!!! He is sooooooo cute I could just eat him up:) You are so blessed to have such a beautiful family. Can't wait to see more pictures!!!

Judi Thompson: These pictures are the most beautiful pictures I've ever seen.They're a gorgeous family and you captured them perfectly with each shot. This is my beautiful family and I can't wait show these pictures off to all my co workers and friends. I am one Proud Grammy!!!

Allen Thompson: Best pictures I have seen, I really like the natural setting of their home. I am proud to be the "POP T" of this wonderful familly!! I am highly blessed. Dixon is showing out as the "gaurd dog"

Wayne & Carol Seay: Great pictures of the Thompson Family. we are Blessed to be a part of the Family...Sister Judi & Brother-In-law Allen...very proud GrandParents. we welcome Baylen Wayne/Carol Seay

Robbin Pace: Oh my goodness ....these photos are beyond words ...I've seen lots of professional photos but these are by far the best ...exquisite work .....Now, you had a wonderful family with three of the most gorgeous boys I've ever laid eyes on to shoot !!!

Ann Thompson: Wonderful photography! I've never seen a photo shoot done in home. Beautiful family to work with also!

Clarice: These are beautiful Ashley! What a nice looking family!

Gail Miller: Lovely pictures. What a sweet family!!

Shelby: Another "smokin" session! You totally rocked it with this beautiful family!

Kara Layfield: Such a gorgeous family! The big brothers look so proud! I love how you've brought me into their home to share in their new love. Beautiful captures!

Wendy Warren: Awe how cute. Congratulations!! He looks like Rivers!

Jimmy Hipp: The little ones are cute. I hope they're cute when they're teenagers!!

kellie: Ashley! You really have such a wonderful gift to share with your clients! They are very lucky to have you:) Wonderful work!

Laura: I love that first shot so much! And the one with the dog?...Perfection!! Love it! What a beautiful session of a gorgeous family. As the mom of three boys (now all in their 20's) I have to say to mom and dad to buckle their seat belts and hold on for the ride. But it will be the best ride of their life!

Kayla Smith: Oh my goodness, Kirsten! These pictures are wonderful! What a blessing to have such a beautiful family! I am so happy for you and Trent! God has truly given you two three precious miracles! I wish you guys nothing but the best! I pray that God will bless you with happiness! I have to say that the first picture, the one with Dixon and the one of your three boys are my favorites! :)

Amber Brannon: The pictures are precious!! I am very happy for you and Trent on new baby Baylen!! I can't wait until I get to babysit him and your other two angels again:)

Jen Snyder: Oh my goodness, these are beautiful!

Melissa Hallman: These are the cutest pictures ever. Your family is absolutely beautiful and so photogenic. Y'all are so special to us and we love y'all!

Kevin Locke: Great pics guys. Mikayla said she can't wait to come for a visit and meet Baby Baylen!

Korri Locke: Unbelievable! He is so incredible! Your whole family is!

Sue O'Keefe: Very beautiful people with a handsome, beautiful family! Congratulations!

Tonya Jones: Oh how sweet! The pictures captured the kindness and sweetness of this great family. Mama loved getting to see them. The picture with the dog is great!

natalie lawson: 3 handsome boys! i love them all ashley but the first is oh so sweet!

Terry: Beautiful pictures!

Cindi Israel: This photographer has captured the very essence of Family. Even the "posed" photos looked so natural. Two photos that won my heart were of the 3 Brothers together and the Family shot. BEAUTIFUL Family and BEAUTIFUL photos.

Jenna T: What a wonderful family! Absolutely beautiful!

Jimmy Warren: Congratulation!! Great pictures!!

Bill & Lorraine Washington: Welcome Baylen! You're a blessed baby!!

Adrienne Clarke: Such a beautiful family! Love you all! xoxoxo

Karen: Gorgeous images of a beautiful family! I can't even pick a favorite. Love them all.

Marissa Johnson: What a beautiful, blessed family!!!! Congrats on your latest blessing!!!

Kevin Coleman: Congratulations!! Great pictures, great composition, and beautiful family!! We are very happy for you.

Kate Craft: Amazing! The whole session is just rocking ...Great job girl

Danielle McCarty: These are amazing Ashley! Wonderful work, the family will be over the moon in love with these!

Liz: These are amazing, as usual Ashley! The family is beautiful...they will treasure these forever!

Craig: These are the cutest baby pictures I've seen, the whole family looks great. Uncle Craig

Terri: Beautiful Photography, captured the essence of family.

Sue: Creative settings, especially loved the hat. Fantastic pictures.

John Hughes: Absolutely delightful… the photographer presents an ideal display celebrating the welcome newborn addition to a fairy tale young family… an admiring husband, a beautiful wife and now three handsome boys. This presentation will be a family treasure for many generations… congratulations!

Rich: Great family pictures!!

Claire: Beautiful images Ashley! You are really an amazing photographer!

Cindy Jackson: What beautiful photos!!! Great reminders of this special time in your life. Children grow so fast, Glad you will be able to cherish this time in your hearts. Congrats to familly.

nici comer: i seriously love that first one. those little feet. precious!

Gale: Fabulous pictures!!

Peggy Hughes: Congratulations on a beautiful group of pictures!

Leah Jent: What a beautiful family. Three boys!! Wow! Gorgeous photos, Ashley. These are amazing!

desi: those are just so, so gorgeous! well done. you got some awesome captures. ♥

desi: i really love these!♥

Julie Wagoner: What a beautiful family! I love how you include the whole family and their home in your newborn sessions. It makes it so personal and touching!

Anelle: BEAUTIFUL! What a gorgeous family and your photos of them is amazing!

Shay: oh my gosh, these picyures brought tears to my eyes! I am so amazed by the Thompson family and how you captured how special and beautiful they are! Soooo AWESOME!!!

Laura Morita-Yeun: OK, I know this is an old post, but DANG, these are gorgeous!

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I have had the greatest pleasure of photographing so many beautiful babies. A newborn is one of my favorite subjects. Being able to spend time with families of new babies, whether it is their first or they are adding to their growing family, is such an honor. I love witnessing the beauty of new family in the first few days. Babies change so quickly. Just a week brings changes you can scarcely believe when they are so tiny, and new, and perfect.

A standard newborn lifestyle session with Ashley Ward Photography, the bébé de luxe session, has a session fee of $275, and is held within the first 10 days of the baby’s life whenever possible. My goal with newborn photography sessions has always been to capture the beauty of the baby in a modern and fresh way, incorporating the baby’s home environment whenever possible. I believe baby’s home environment is not only more comfortable for baby and parents, but also an essential element in telling the whole story of your baby’s first days in this world. I also love capturing the love that is so palpable between the baby and new parents and siblings. So my studio for these sessions are the baby’s home. I travel with camera and lighting gear, backdrops and blankets, baskets and hats and headbands. I take time to tour the home looking for the best places to document this amazing time for a family and set up and tear down equipment in several locations throughout the home during the session. We take breaks from shooting whenever necessary for feedings and changing and cleaning and comforting. And all the while I am documenting this new life and how blessed the family has been with this amazing gift.

My newborn sessions can be as long as 4 hours including breaks and set up and tear down of equipment and relocating to many places within the home. They yield a minimum of 45 images which are presented to my clients as fully edited, professionally printed proofs from which they make their print and product selections. The finest products are always a very high priority for me and I frequently try new vendors and products. I offer collections which provide savings over à la carte pricing and my clients typically spend $900-3500 on their newborn photography print and product orders.

However, not everyone is looking for a newborn lifestyle session. Sometimes a client wants a simpler experience. They are looking for the same quality, artistry, and consistency in the portraits, but don’t need this quantity of images and/or just want images of the baby without the family documentation. In order to serve this client, I am debuting a new inclusive session. And I am trilled at the possibility of providing portrait art to even more growing families in Columbia and surrounding areas:)


The first 3 individuals to book the demi bébé session will be gifted with a 5×5 mini coffee table storybook as well!

For those who prefer the bébé de luxe session but would like an all-inclusive package for a little saving on their digital files, I have an offer for you as well:

This is a limited time offer. And for those who prefer to select all of their prints and products after the session, the bébé de luxe session may still be booked at the current session fee of $275.

Please book your newborn session as early as possible to ensure your place on my calendar.

Julie Wagoner: What a great offer for expectant parents in your area Ashley! Your quality and artistry are evident in every session you shoot. I'm sure the people of Columbia are going to be just thrilled to have even more options for you to capture their little ones!

Fabiana Beatriz: I love that you have figured out a way for those that are a bit more budget conscious in these tough economic times to be able to still afford your boutique experience!!! Your work is worth every penny!!!

Audrey: I think it's great that more clients will be able to have wonderful art from you Ashley!! I love your newborn work and I'm so glad more will get to enjoy it!

Dori: This is a wonderful option for families to be able to capture the 'magic' of your photography for their families in these trying economic times. Your skills are amazing...and everything about your photography, including the experience of having a baby whispering artist creating them, is an experience not be missed! That goes for the newborn and/or family session.

Rachel Aberle: Your work is worth every penny and it is wonderful that you have options for differing family needs.

Ginny Marks: What a great new option! And I especially love that Henry is one of the demi bebe poster babies :) We loved our session and I know all your new clients will be just as pleased!

amy: Oh Wow.. This is a fabulous deal. I love your work..

Kara Layfield: What a wonderful option! If I had a little one and lived closer to you I'd be knocking your door down! Except I'd want the de luxe package. Your work is magical and I would want to be able to cherish every and every single image possible. Your art is definately worth the investment!

Sylvia Borgo: What a fantastic opportunity to have more people experience your work and treasure the artwork that are your images.


Well, she makes photographs, of course!!! It’s been some time since my last post. April showers and waiting for the first steps of some of my little subjects have pushed back 4 appointments since my NYC vacation. Looks like next week I am going to be a VERY busy newborn and family photographer, so I guess I’d better share now if I am every going to do it:)

So, this post is about the trip my dear daughter and I took to New York City recently to visit my sister. It was my daughter’s very first trip and my first in way longer than it should be. I can’t begin to express to you how exciting this trip was for me. My daughter is a preteen (gulp!) and truly is one incredible kid. She was so full of wonder and totally threw herself into the total NYC experience. She didn’t want to miss a thing. And listen……my sister was not fooling around when she planned the itinerary! We crammed a ton of “experiences” in during our just over a week trip. Here is the quick 411 on what we did while there, as copied from her Facebook stream:

Empire State Building
Times square (wax museum)
Walked brooklyn bridge
Katz deli
Tomkins square park (dog park and squatters)
Washington square park (watched those dudes that flip over people)
Dinner at Cowgirl Hall of Fame
Shopping and walking
More Shopping and walking
And shopping and walking
Pedi cab ride in central park
Tea at the plaza hotel
Fao swartz
American Girl Store
John’s Pizza
Pearl River
China town (lunch)
Little italy (cannolis)
Grand central station (Juniors Cheescake)
Saw “Wicked” on Broadway
Mood fabrics
Museum of Natural History
NBC Studio Tour
Late Night With JImmy Fallon Taping (with backstage perks and picture with JF)

OK yall, that’s not even all of it. Because of course the shopping and walking and shopping and walking and shopping and walking……well, it covers a lot of stuff. Watching my daughter’s joy with each new experience and sight was just priceless. I was so proud of how positive and agreeable and grateful she was during the whole trip. Sigh…….makes a mommy so proud and so happy. That’s the stuff, yall. That’s it. The best life has to offer:)

OK, sorry for the mush! If you know me at all, you know I am a big ole sap:) So, anyway, as we were planning this trip I was wondering how I was going to handle the “photographer” side of me. To be honest, my own personal photographs have declined since starting my photography business years ago. My newborn photography and child and family photography have kept me busy. I find it hard to look at pictures I took where I wasn’t focused on the art, but rather it was secondary to experiencing the moment myself. I want to pick it apart afterwards and say, “oh now why didn’t I use a higher shutter speed” or “what a boring composition!” Ha! I wonder if any of you other photographers can relate to this? Anyway, I wanted to capture some of this trip and had to decide to make peace with my inner perfectionist. I had to tell myself that if I studied every photograph I took on my vacation, while taking it and later while processing and then enjoying it, I would drive myself crazy and MISS MY VACATION. And miss this joy that I was able to witness in my daughter! I told myself that it was fine to stop long enough to really focus on making an image occasionally, but I would also need to be OK with the fact that some of my images are just snapshots! And that’s OK! I love my old snapshots and I should love these too:) It was liberating. There was no stress about the photos. I occasionally took a little more time… when crossing the Brooklyn Bridge or at the top of the Empire State Building. But most of the time I just happily snapped away, and felt more a part of what was going on around me than just an observer. I even set up some shots and put my gear in my sister’s hands every now and then so I could have some more images of me with my daughter. Sadly I do not have enough snaps of us together. This year that has to change.

Anyway, this is getting rambly:) Just to say that not every image here is portfolio worthy…….it wasn’t the intention while I was shooting either. But I think they are fun and exciting just the same and I hope you like looking:) I would love to tell all the details of our trip but I think it would probably be enough info for at least 5 blog posts. We are already getting pretty long here. How about I just stick to the highlights?

First subway ride for my daughter. She grew to love it and blended in and looked like a real New Yorker by her second ride. No joke! This was the first image I took in NY.

And here are a few more:

And by the end of the trip, you couldn’t tell her from the other New Yorkers. Here she is looking very “pippencoop”! That is a word borrowed from my sis which basically means stylishly and creatively mismatched in a fabulous way…haha!

The first day we rode into the heart of the city and here is what we saw when we came up from the subway:

We quickly made our way over to the Empire State Building……something my sister had not done even after almost 20 years in the city:

That is one beautiful building. I kind of fell in love with it. I am a sucker for art deco and I wonder how many people actually look at and appreciate the details of the building itself. Even the store fronts on that block on the backside of the building had an impressive art deco style and I imagined how grand they were back then:)

Wow am I glad it wasn’t the busy season. You take the elevator up 80 floors and then you have a choice…..wait 20 minutes for another elevator to take you another 6 flights or hoof it up the stairs. Hey, no problem, right? That’s what we thought. No big deal. Only I still don’t think that was only 6 flights of stairs, yall! And also, after that speedy trip up 80 stories, I think something happens to you. It’s the altitude or something, I swear! Well, that’s my story and I am sticking to it. That was a S-L-O-W walk up 6 (yeah, right!) flights. But we made it! And I did take just a few minutes to take some images that I like. A couple are looking up from the observation deck to the needle, and then a couple are looking out at the city. Can you pick out the Chrysler building?

We ate some awesome NY pizza for lunch and made our way down to one of my daughter’s favorites for shopping, Sanrio. Hello Kitty heaven!!
So my daughter had money she had been gifted by grandparents and her auntie that she had been saving for the trip and I told her it was completely up to her how she spent it. She did so well! She found something she really wanted here but it was a little more than she expected it to be so I told her to just think on it while we traveled across the street to Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. We love this kind of touristy stuff. It did not disappoint! So much fun!

My daughter decided that she did want the metallic blue, large HK bag so we went back to the store and picked it up and then headed to Sephora for some girly make-up fun before a delicious dinner at Ruby Foo’s! Amy’s hubbie Mike met us for dinner and it was Oh so delicious! Here is my sister and the dear daughter all made up and ready for dinner. Note the awesome new bag:)

That was a really big first day! I promise not to bore you with the details of the whole next week……let’s try to just hit some of the hightlights with pics:) The Brooklyn Bridge was definitely a highlight. Walking it’s length from Brooklyn to Manhattan and the view of the city was awesome. A wedding was even taking place on the bridge as we crossed! Regrettably I could not get close enough to get any decent images and only had a standard and wide angle lens along. But the bridge itself was fantastic and definitely satisfied my urge to take a few photos I could focus on. Here we are crossing the bridge:

And yeah, the sky could not have been more amazing than it was this day. I so rarely shoot inanimate objects at this time of day. It was pretty exciting to break out and do something completely different with the camera……..just for fun.
This day we basically walked all through Manhattan’s east and west village. We did lunch at Katz’s Delicatessen. Have you seen “When Harry Met Sally”? The scene where Meg Ryan impresses Billy Crystal with her, uhem, “acting” was shot here. I’m told it’s a very famous place that has been around for a long time. It was my first encounter with matzo ball soup. Yummy!

Lots of walking this day! But we did stop and sit for a while in Washington Square Park and watched these unbelievably flexible and strong guys do some pretty incredible things. One of the guys jumped over a girl standing up…….flipped right over her. Then he lined up 6 girls and one very lucky little boy and flipped over all of them!! He was a real showman. I wish I had been using a little faster shutter speed for these images…….Oooops! There I go! Eh, I still love looking at these!!!
Can you see what is happening in that last group?! The guy ran 20 feet and jumped – the first image catches him just as he is bending his knees to jump, then flipped over the group and as you see in the second pic he just barely touched the side of the kid’s head, then came down on the other side without touching anyone else!! Amazing what people can do!!!!

My sister and daughter and I laughed so hard when we saw these images too because we had an encounter with the large man with the bright red cap who appears in the background of the flipping images. As we were walking down the street, not far from the park, we passed this man and as we did he said to us, in a very large bellowing (but not threatening in any way) voice, “Stop looking for husbands!”. We laughed so hard. Really? What does that mean? It’s just me and my sister and my daughter walking through Manhattan exploring and talking and enjoying the adventure. We decided to take it as a compliment. We must have looked awfully pretty that day!

Wow this is the longest post in history. Ok, faster……
We took a pedicab ride in Central Park. It was only an hour and we didn’t see even half of the park. But it was a new experience and we had such a wonderful time, despite the dreary weather.

Another highlight for little/big girls (because my sister and I loved it just as much as Riley), we had tea at the Plaza, just like Eloise! We visited the Eloise gift shop, which is just incredible, and my daughter picked up a game of French Bingo here, to help her with her French classes next year:)

I have the itinerary above so I won’t detail anymore. Let’s just say everyday was perfectly full and wonderful. I wish I had some images from our night out to see Wicked, which was spectacular. If you care about musicals/theatre at all, DO NOT miss the opportunity to see it!! I loved it sooooo much…….we all did.

I met three friends I have known online from my business and that was very special to me. They are all awesome peeps and I was so glad to have time to visit with them: Joel Meisels of Adorama Camera, Zoe Berkovic of Zoe Berkovic Photography, and Carolina Nicasio of Carolina Nicasio Photography. Zoe was even kind enough to snap two quick images of me and my daughter at Grand Central Station. Certainly not the kind of lighting we are used to and no time for set up. But I can’t tell you how much I love having these, Zoe! Thank you!

But let’s skip on to the last day because I have some pictures to share……even though some are quite pitiful. We passed by beautiful Saint Patrick’s Cathedral:

on our way to the NBC studios at Rockefeller Plaza. My sister, who is a talented singer/songwriter, has some wonderful connections and signed us up for a small tour. We saw the Saturday Night Live cast in rehearsal – although we couldn’t hear them. Helen Mirren was the guest host that was in rehearsal with them and they all graciously waved hello to our little group. Then we were special guests at a taping of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon! My daughter was so excited to be able to be a part of the audience that day. She was so cute and was an excellent audience member. After the show was done, my sister took us backstage and we were introduced to Jimmy’s warm-up comic, Seth Herzog, who was SO funny and very nice. We were introduced to Ahmir “Questlove” and bassist Owen Biddle. And then we met Jimmy! This was actually my second time to meet Jimmy and he is such a nice guy. When we met with him, they had already covered up the set where he talks with his guests, but he was so kind to uncover it all and have my daughter sit in his guest chair and talk to her as if she were a guest on the show and let my sister snap away with the camera. Look at that grin!

One more thing before I sign off on the novel this evening! While I was there, I took just a few minutes to do some “child” photography. My sister and her husband have three fur babies that they love dearly. I hope they love the images too:)

Meet Nosferatu. And don’t let the name fool you…..he’s a lover, not a biter:)

This is LeRoy – pronounced as le ROY, not leroy. He was at the door every morning when we woke, ready for a morning cuddle.

And this is the ever elusive, Pearl. You can only get so close with a camera before she starts to look petrified!

I hope you enjoyed the post! I had a few clients and friends who really wanted to see and hear about the trip so I thought this could be fun. Let me know if you enjoyed the post and if you would like to see a personal post like this every once in a very great while. And thank you so much for visiting my blog! I hope you’ll be back:)

Michelle Geis: Oh Ashley! I love your longest post in history. You, your sis and your daughter are gorgeous beautiful. (Love your daughter's scarf!) And your images... So beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Gail: LOVE the longest post ever! I feel like I was right there with you - thanks for the tour of the city - LOVE NY!

Tiffany Bender: What a fun trip..I felt like I was there with you! So awesome that you have it all documented with your beautiful images!

Carrie: Awesome images Ashley!!!!! A perfectly documented trip!

Liz: Ashley! What an amazing trip you and your daughter had! I really enjoyed reading this and loved every single photo!

beverly wright: how FUN!! and these are sure to make a beautiful album of memories!

sharon: Love this post Ashley. Well documented... I nearly feel like I've been there now. (This is most likely the closest I'm going to get anyway! LOL ) TFS your trip :)

Rachel Aberle: Thank you for sharing! I can't wait to take my daughter to NYC someday!

Karen: Gorgeous photography and wonderful story telling. I almost feel like I was there, too. Loved your post, Ashely! Thanks for sharing it with us.

amy lenhart: wow what an adventure!!!! i loved taking this peek into your life and your amazing vacation with your daughter!!! gorgeous images and it looks like you had a fabulous time!

stephanie: so fun!! what amazing your photo chronology.

Terry: Ashley, looks like you had a wonderful time in NYC! Amazing photos!

Julie Wagoner: Oh, I loved this post ashley!! Your images are amazing and the trip seems like so much fun! I love NYC and now have a need to get back there soon!

Kristin: Fabulous! Thank you for sharing your trip in words and in pictures!!! I want to visit NYC!!

Claire Hunter: Great post Ashley. Looks like you both really got to see the NYC life!

Amy Miles: AHHHHH!!! This made me weepy with joy!! The pics are incredible ash!! wow. you are just so good. And I still can't believe we packed all that in and survived. We are awesome. and of course I for one love the personal blogs. But I'm

Susan: What a great experience. Thanks for sharing!

Donna: It sounds like you had an awesome time! I loved reading all about it! :)

Kate Craft: Amazing Thankyou for sharing all of that with us

Tara Zornow: Ashley I LOVED reading/seeing your adventures in NYC! It looks like you had an amazing time! You looked beautiful, your daughter looks so grown up and your sister is a DEAD ringer for Uma Thurman! That first photo I was like umm...who is that? It took me a second to realize who she looked like, gorgeous!

Shelby: Wow! What an amazing trip you had. Thank you so much for sharing your journey though these wonderful photos!

Ashley: Thanks so much for all the love ladies! I'm so glad it was an interesting post for yall. I loved writing it....was kind of like journaling:) Tara, yes, my sis gets the Uma comparison ALL the time. Funny enough, she was the guest on Jimmy Fallon's show when we were there!

amy b: LOVE. now I want to go there even more. the bridges. oh the bridges. and you and that 14mm. nice moves girl. nice moves. ;)

Nicole Z: Ashley, looks like you had an amazing time! Love looking at all of your images, and hearing all about your fantastic time in NY! Your daughter is so gorgeous and looks like she had a really great time too!

Kathleen: Great shoots!!!! Looks like such a fun trip.

Cherise: Love the recap and pictures! Looks like y'all had a wonderful time.

Kelly G: Awesome, awesome post, Ashley! Looks and sounds like an AMAZING trip!

Dori: oh what a wonderful trip that neither of you will ever forget! It looks like you had such a wonderful time. I loved lots of these images. what fun sharing your vacation through your pics. You and your daughter are both so darned cute...and your sister is a cutie pie too. your family obviously has loads of 'beauty' genes. what fun you and your daughter must have had with J. Fallen.

Kara Layfield: Oh my what a fun trip! I've never been to the big city so thanks for the tour. Looks like you all created lots of fun memories.

Lina: Gosh, Ashley, you are amazing! I felt like I was there with you. Seems like such a great time with your sister. Great shots, especially JF interviewing your daughter :)

Julene: Awesome pics and I think personal blogs are a great thing to do once in a while. It showcases your skills as a photographer (and writer). Not only can you snap a great pic of a bitsy baby, but you can snap a great pic of a bridge. I'd buy one of those as a print you know. : )

dale: loved!!!!!!!!! what a fabulous trip! ;)

Sylvia Borgo: ooooh, how marvelous! ooooooh! what a great trip!!!

Laura: I LOVE this post!! What an enjoyable read along with my morning mug of tea. I want to go to NY now too! What a great mother/daughter trip. Thanks so much for taking the time to describe the details. What delight to read. :-)

Leya Stefanski: How did I miss this???? Soooo fantastic!!!! Felt like I was with you both. :)

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