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I'm Eileen, so nice to meet you! I am a Los Angeles based photographer, passionate about people and a huge fan of love. I truly believe photography is God's gift to me; through it I am able to share life with some of the most amazing people. What a privilege and joy it has been!

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photo by Shelley Paulson Photography

RANDOM FACTS

I use way too many exclamation marks, but I'm really just that excited!!!! I want to know what moves your heart. I say "that's so funny" quite a bit, but it can mean a number of things. I am a lover of donuts and tea. I floss every night before bed! I love the idea of being spontaneous, but rarely do things unplanned. I am the youngest of four girls, but I'm taller than all my sisters. I would love to open a cafe someday. I am fascinated by the bridegroom God and his ravished heart for all of humanity

photo by Shelley Paulson Photography

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    Lindsey’s 18 Months, Sisters, and a Very Special Japanese Maple Tree

    If you don’t already know, I am the youngest of four girls. Our names all start with the letter “E” and we all love to snack. LOVE to snack. I’m always asked how I like having so many sisters and what it feels like being the baby of the family. I always tell them- I love it! And really, I do.
    Wendy and I spent the afternoon chatting about sisters. She has three little girls and they are all just the cutest thing. I love watching them interact and finding out what makes them so different from each other. It seems kind of silly, but some people assume all my sisters are just like me or that we’re all pretty much the same person. And when they do, I really wish I could sit them down and tell them about each one of my sisters and how we’re all so unique!..and sometimes i do! : )
    Anyway, Wendy had asked me to come take pictures for her youngest daughter, Lindsey, to celebrate her 18 months. It was really nice spending time with this little one, because I usually play with the two older girls more. Still, it was so much fun having all three girls come in for a couple of shots toward the end of our shoot. Man, sisters are just too fun! : )
    This is all in their front and backyard, by the way. So beautiful!
    When I found out this Japanese Maple Tree was a gift from Wendy’s husband Dennis for her first Mother’s Day, I knew we had to take some pictures with all of the girls in front of this tree..how could we not?! see why sisters are so much fun?! we make each other laugh : )
    I’m so so SO excited for these girls and their lives together! : )

    Posted in Baby Photography, Children Photography, Personal

    6 Responses

    1. Yilin says:

      oh my goodness, they are TOO cute!! beautiful pictures, ei.
      wendy (& dennis), i cannot believe how much your family has grown! what a blessing. (:

    2. emily says:

      oh i LOVE the pictures!!! and i LOVE the girls. i miss each and every one of them sooo much! i love the expressions of the girls in the pics. and i loved the pictures of wendy and lindsey! beautiful beautiful beautiful!!! 🙂

    3. Judy says:

      What amazing pictures Eileen! 🙂 I love the picture of the girls & Wendy smushing their faces together! So cute! Great pictures just in time for Mother’s Day! 🙂

    4. wendy c says:

      eileen! thank you for making this mother’s day so special! you’ve really caught so many special moments for us…highlighted how much fun it is to raise daughters (sisters!). you really captured Lindsey’s personality…so wonderful…and we had such a good time with you! they always do…

    5. euni says:

      leen, i LOVE this shoot!! awww lindsay is the cutest thing! she looks so much like her sisters – they all have the same flavor yet distinct in their own ways. the shots of wendy and lindsay are so precious too! the one with mandy and nicole laughing – love it!!

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