Posts tagged "jessica gann"

A Farm, A Family, And Fun!

Can I just start this post off with the statement that I have some ridiculously talented (and amazing all-around) friends? From photographers to musicians to yoga instructors, each one is pursuing passion and creativity to it’s fullest. One of my favorite people to showcase here in this blog is my good friend, Jess Gann, of […]

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Showering First-Time Parents!

Spring has sprung, which also means that it’s baby shower season!  I recently had the honor of throwing a girlfriend of mine and her hubby a baby shower brunch. They and 20 of their close friends and family came to Nashville from California to Minnesota to celebrate this sweet couple and their baby girl, Emma […]

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Introducing the “New” Blue Vinyl Creative

I have many talented photographer friends, but few stack up to the likes of the amazing husband and wife team that is Charlie and Jessica Gann of Blue Vinyl Creative.  You have seen their photos all over this blog, on my Facebook page, and even on our Christmas card! They are not only great friends, […]

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Jude’s First Birthday Photos

I know that these are about a month overdue, but the wickedly talented duo that is Blue Vinyl Creative (Jess & Charlie Gann), took some super fun photos of our little family for Jude’s first birthday. Here are a few of our favorites! (Click on the photos to enlarge)   If you ever need amazing […]

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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

The other day, my husband was nominated for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge by his friends Robby Lewis and Candace Cameron Bure. Check out his video to see why I was nominated. So in the spirit of giving, good fun, and cold water, I accepted this challenge, gladly, this morning! I nominate, Amy Handegard, Kelly […]

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My 120-Day Weight Loss Challenge

It’s been almost 10 months since I gave birth to my son, and the time has come: That stubborn weight needs to go bye-bye! It’s time for a 120-day weight loss challenge! If I’m completely honest, I went into my first pregnancy at a higher weight than I wanted to. I knew I would gain a […]

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