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  1. Karen Petzold says: You can see the interviews and video here: http://www.connectmidmichigan.com/news/blog_post.aspx?id=600861 on 04.4.11 @ 5:28 pm

  2. Wendy says: Thank you, Karen! :) on 04.4.11 @ 5:41 pm

Brian and his blankie – Personal Projects – Saginaw Portrait Photographer

I have started an ongoing personal project to photograph individuals who still have their childhood cuddly toy or blankie. My first participant is Brian! I sent him 5 questions to answer about his blankie and had a mini session on a lovely sunny fall day back in October.

Brian and his blankie

1. How/where/when/from whom did you get your blanket/stuffed critter?

My blanket was a gift from a baby shower.

2. Where did you go together? What did you do? Was it/he/she with you every night for sleep? Did it/he/she go places with you?

We went on overnight trips to Grandma’s house and on vacations. I slept with it every night. It would come along with me on long car trips as well.

3. What is/was your favorite thing about your blanket/stuffed critter?

I like the softness. It was comforting to have it with me at night or while watching cartoons.

4. Tell me a story about something involving your blanket/stuffed critter.

I don’t really have any specific stories about it. Although my grandma could never understand why I always had it.

5. Is your blanket/stuffed critter still a part of your life today?

It’s not a part of my day to day life now. It’s one of the few things I’ve kept from my childhood. I don’t see myself ever throwing it out. It has a special spot on a shelf along with one of my favorite books from when I was little.

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I’m looking for people who still have the object that they loved and snuggled the most as a child. If that’s you, let’s chat! I want to photograph you with your cuddly toy or your blankie! Call me (888.530.9846) or email me (mail@wendyseye.com) right now!

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Baby Tatum – Saginaw Newborn Photographer

I love newborn sessions! Baby Tatum was an absolute joy to photograph. It took a little bit of patience, but we were finally able to get her to sleep. I like that aspect of newborn photography. We don’t have to rush, and in fact, it’s best if we don’t. And then at the end, we get lots of soft sleepy baby images. I did this session in the Saginaw Township home of my client. This works out well because it allows everyone to be relaxed and comfortable and it’s easy to take breaks to feed and change the baby. I hope you love these images of this sweet baby girl as much as I do!

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Senior Rep Wayne – Midland Senior Photographer

I met Wayne and his mother in Old Town Saginaw for some more exploring and a fun mini session. Wayne has a great smile and a super awesome tattoo! I love seeing how the light changes in an area depending on the day and time. It means I can see some of my favorite spots in all new ways. Yay!

I really enjoyed our mini-session and I’m looking forward to what we create for our full session!


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Be sure to also check out the “Individuals” category for more senior-style portraits!

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Senior Rep Phil – Saginaw Senior Photographer

I’ve been to Old Town Saginaw quite a bit lately. Everyone loves the cool look of the area and all of the grungy textures. I do too!

I met Phil and his mother around sunset when the light gets low, golden, and gorgeous! All of my senior reps received a mini-session with a full session to follow later in the summer. We captured some great images and I can’t wait for the full session!

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He’s grown up so handsome! – Saginaw Portrait Photographer

T wanted to get some updated head shots to have for dance auditions. It had been a while since we had a session together so I was excited to do it. The day was sunny but a little chilly. You wouldn’t know it to look at T. He toughed it out and as a result, we got some fantastic images!

We headed down to Old Town Saginaw for the first part and wandered around looking for great textures and beautiful pockets of light. Then we went to Ojibway Island to capture some dancing action surrounded by green trees, grass and bright blue sky. Yay!



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Look at those perfect pouty lips! – Saginaw Newborn Photographer

I had been waiting to meet this little guy for months! His mama was the winner of my contest back in December, and she wanted to save her session until after baby A was born. So I had months to wait until I could meet him! He was well worth waiting for. Look at that sweet face! And I just love his perfect, pouty lips.

He resisted falling asleep at first, and until he was really out, he didn’t want his arms moved at all! And he’s so strong! But we won (of course we did!) the waiting game and soon he was fast asleep. That was well worth waiting for as well.

He was so cute all cuddled up with his mama and daddy. And their happiness is pretty easy to see. Look at that beautiful smile on Mom!



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  1. Alexis says: I love how the mom is looking at dad in the last image. So happy and proud, and with good reason :) on 05.24.11 @ 3:23 pm

  2. Tiffany Parrott says: You are so great with indoor lighting! on 06.9.11 @ 9:11 pm

  3. Wendy says: I was indoors but the lighting was all window light! on 06.11.11 @ 9:47 pm

A great-grandma and her twin sister! – Linwood Family Photographer

You’ve seen G and her girls on the blog before. I am so pleased to have been chosen as her family photographer again and to meet more of her family! This time, I was photographing the three girls with their great-grandmother. Great-grandma is also an identical twin and so I was able to photograph the two sisters together as well! I loved it! What a lovely opportunity.

It was a fun session and I was glad to see the girls again. I loved seeing how big baby G is getting already! I just love her smile and chubby cheeks! Time flies though. It seems like I was just doing her newborn session and now, here she is, 6 months old already.

We did the session at great-grandma’s house in Linwood, Michigan. She has a beautiful big window at the front of the house, making the living room perfect for a portrait session!

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  1. Allana says: I <3 Twins. Young & Old! on 05.3.11 @ 11:57 am

  2. Tiffany Parrott says: Aren't they gorgeous! Great indoor lighting:) on 05.3.11 @ 12:47 pm

  3. Sandi says: How sweet is that! Love the last one! What a fun pair ;) on 05.3.11 @ 4:49 pm

  4. Alexis says: Beautiful portraits! Love the one of baby and her great grandmother! on 05.4.11 @ 9:54 pm

  5. Shannon Kaeding Photography says: Oh I love the pictures of the older twins to cute. on 05.4.11 @ 11:10 pm

It’s like magic! But not really. But kinda!

I’m excited! This weekend I should have a radio ad running on WIOG! Yay! Recently, I met with the guy who is going to make that happen and we worked out the details of what I want to include.

I had been to the building where they’re located, but it had been a looooong time. So it was On-Star to the rescue again! I just can’t get over how fast and easy it is. You just push the button, let them know where you’re trying to go, and before you know it, the directions are there and you’re off!

If you’d like to keep up with the Mid-Michigan Chevy Girls on the Go this month here are some helpful links!

Main blog: midmichiganchevygirls.com
Facebook: facebook.com/Midmichiganchevyonthego
Megan’s blog: megsamommy.com
Chrissy’s blog: indiebizchicks.com
Liz’s blog: Media Mom

On twitter, look for us using #chevygirls, #chevyfun, and #midmichigan!

The Girls on the Go campaign is sponsored by my local Chevy dealers (Thanks Chevy dealers!) They are letting me test drive a car for one month and providing me with gift cards and a camera so I can blog and share my fun missions and life’s adventures!

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Happy Birthday Mikale!

Mikale with Flux Capacitor Cake

Mikale’s birthday party was last weekend. I was in charge of getting his cake from my friend Heather and transporting it to the party. Eep! So much pressure! I was all worried that it would slide around in the trunk and something would smush something. Or something. I don’t know! I just didn’t want to mess up the cake. Especially since it was so cool!

Mikale is really in to Back to the Future and so our mother had a Flux Capacitor cake made for him. And it turned out really well! So neat looking!

I drove as carefully as a person can. I was still nervous because you never know what to expect with the roads in the spring. They tend to be at their bumpiest this time of year. So I was really glad that the Cruze is so smooth. Bud I’d hardly know I was driving on spring roads. Woo hoo! That, combined with my extra careful driving, meant that the Flux Capacitor cake arrived without any smushing at all. (But note my super nervous voice when I was still a little unsure about how it all went! ha!)

And Mikale loved the cake! Of course. How could he not?? Such a cool idea! We didn’t even want to cut it. But, alas, we could only look at it for so long, as there were lots of children who were much more ready to eat cake than admire it! NOMNOMNOM! :)

If you’d like to keep up with the Mid-Michigan Chevy Girls on the Go this month here are some helpful links!

Main blog: midmichiganchevygirls.com
Facebook: facebook.com/Midmichiganchevyonthego
Megan’s blog: megsamommy.com
Chrissy’s blog: indiebizchicks.com
Liz’s blog: Media Mom

On twitter, look for us using #chevygirls, #chevyfun, and #midmichigan!

The Girls on the Go campaign is sponsored by my local Chevy dealers (Thanks Chevy dealers!) They are letting me test drive a car for one month and providing me with gift cards and a camera so I can blog and share my fun missions and life’s adventures!

Chevy, Personal
  1. Allana says: Very Cool Cake! Bet he was happy you got there safely! on 05.3.11 @ 12:01 pm

  2. Tiffany Parrott says: LOVE that cake idea! Thankfully it got there in tact! on 05.3.11 @ 12:49 pm

  3. Sandi says: Love the cake! Very creative! on 05.4.11 @ 8:22 pm

  4. Wendy says: He's really into BTTF. I love when there are things that I've loved since I was a kid that I can share with him too! on 05.4.11 @ 8:24 pm

  5. Alexis says: Wow, driving with a cake would make me nervous too. Glad it got there safely! on 05.4.11 @ 9:56 pm

  6. Shannon Kaeding Photography says: Thanks goodness you got it there is one piece. on 05.4.11 @ 11:14 pm