Saturday, November 06, 2010

Look Out For #4!










I don't even know where to begin with this precious family... they are wonderful and giving and hilarious and creative and inappropriate (in the best ways possibly) and snarky and share their food with me and let me stop by whenever I feel like it and just flat out A+ The scene begins with Clay, Krista, and their 3 beautiful children–Noah, Sadie, and Seth.

And then there was Piper.

I first found out about Piper when sitting down to watch 500 days of Summer with Krista near Christmas last year. "I hope I'm not pregnant," she said, as she took another sip of wine. "Could you be?" "Well, yeah..." (I only questioned it because I knew that her husband had gotten the old "snip-snip" just a few DAYS before) I told her to call him and tell him to pick up a pregnancy test on his way home. "No... I will just wait."

The next day I got a text from her that read "Ummm, can you say 4?" :) And she surprised everyone on Christmas by putting a note about little unborn Piper in Clay's stocking. Then came summer, and then came Piper. I am so excited for them to have a 4th because a) they are really special to me, b) the more Enochs in the world the better, and c) Krista really wanted another girl before they were done with the childbearing years! I'm so glad to see how God has blessed this wonderful family, and I'm so glad they got a baby so well behaved and CUUUUUUTE.

5 comments:

coriee said...

Well shucks I sure am glad that 1)Piper makes for one cutiepatutie of a model 2)you have a great eye for fun creative pictures 3)I get the pleasure of knowing the stellar people in these fantastic pictures. 'actually they smell like poop', that's all.

Lauren said...

What do you think piper will be when she grows up? I'm thinking some specialty with the word "arbor" in it. . .

Great pics, Al:)

L.C.T. said...

I LOVE that last one :)

molly said...

these are great, Al, i love the "piper on the scale" one. great commentary as well, that's what makes your photos special, the subjects mean something to you and you can see that in your work.

coriee said...

Allison

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