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Baby Jackson

Not too long ago I photographed the wedding of an absolutely amazing couple, Khloe & Austin. Their wedding day was gorgeous, everything went as smooth as possible & it was a blessing to be a part of. Now they have a new member of the family, Jackson who made his debut a couple weeks ago. I LOVE being able to document the lives of my couples after they walk down the aisle & say “I DO”. It’s so amazing to see what God is doing in their lives & the many blessings they are experiencing through marriage. At just 11 days old Jackson was a pro, he slept almost the entire session only waking up when the weird photographer lady repositioned him;) Khloe had collected some fun props/hats to use which was fun to play around with.

K & A~ I feel so honored that you allowed me to not only witness your wedding day but now your little boy in his first days of life. You are the reason I love what I do!! I can’t wait to watch Jackson grow into a messy little boy like my own. These first moments go by too fast so enjoy every single second:)

Rekha - August 21, 2014 - 6:22 am

in true Engelman fashion , guess that’s why it came up. So if that’s your last name then we have the same name! Your blog is funny, and I’m bnrkmaokiog it, so I can read more. I live in FL by the way, grew up here, but was born in Wisconsin where most of my extended family still lives.

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Phoonsiri - April 3, 2015 - 11:57 am

Hi Kelly,I would like to introduce myelsf . I am from Chennai ,India.I came across you while i was surfing he polish forum. I am very much pleased seeing your website. I felt that i have got a friend before coming to poland.My husband is deputed to wroclaw for work about five years, and myelsf and my child who is seven years old will be joining along with him. We will be moving there in the mid of October. We have got a admission for her in wroclaw international school for class 2.I am having lots of questions in mind and i hope i will get a clear idea from u.thankyou

Dalimin - May 5, 2015 - 5:21 pm

Hello Patrik,To be honest I am not sure how job hniutng is here in Poland. But where we are at you must speak Polish just to live day to day here. But if you are going to a big city like Warsaw, Krakow or Gdansk they speak much English then they do here but not speaking Polish it is going to be hard to find a job. I am not an EU citizen so for me it is even more thing that is against me finding a job but for you that is a different story. Where are you looking at studying at?

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