Cowboys and Frogs

Twelve short years ago, my dear husband moved me from the big city of Dallas to the (smaller) city of Fort Worth.   I didn’t want to leave! I love Dallas, the restaurants, the shopping, the sports teams, the excitement of daily life there.  It’s where my roots are and where I’ve lived most of my life.  All I knew about Fort Worth was that there were probably a lot of cows and (upside) cowboys and that there was no way I would fit in.  Oh was I ever wrong!

I have such a love for Fort Worth now and such pride in this city.  I love the chance to incorporate some of that western flavor into my portraits. Whether it be a TCU graduate decked out in purple (Go Frogs), newborn sessions showcasing the littlest cowboys and cowgirls, or a family photograph in the stockyards.

This handsome Ft. Worth guy was such a joy to photograph with his boots.  Some day he’ll be back when he’s big enough to wear them!



More than anything, we love photographing newborns in our studio.  The absolute best time to schedule your baby’s first portraits is before birth!  Once you are on the books, we will note your due date and remain flexible during that time.  Once your little one makes their appearance into the world, Captures by Erin will set your appointment within the first two weeks.  It’s essential to come in during those early days for the very best results when your baby is sleepiest.  Sessions typically last 2 hours and result in 20-30 images to choose from.  Your ordering appointment takes place 1-2 weeks after your session and artwork is read for pick up within 4-6 weeks or less depending on product.  Call 817-926-6788 for more information!

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  • Newborn Photographer | Cowboys and Frogs | Fort Worth Baby Photographer | Newborn Photographer Texas | Newborn Photographer | Baby PhotographyMarch 18, 2013 - 8:32 pm

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  • Love the little cowboy one.

  • That little baby boy’s expression in the first photograph is beyond priceless! Its almost as if he just said “Oh Yeah…” and shut his eyes. Beautiful work! Rob