Sunday, December 7, 2008

Demiter Family


Melissa has been a friend of mine since middle school. She's even one of the 3 other ladies I walked with at our high school graduation. Ok and she may be embarrassed that I posted this, but one of my funniest memories of her and I was burning Alyssa Milano pictures out of Bop magazine in the 8th grade. I don't know why we disliked her but I think it may be cause we were jealous of her cause now that we're quite a bit older I realize how pretty she is.

Melissa and Scott and their little boy Zak were a blast. Scott wasn't too thrilled at first to be having his picture taken, as I find with most men. So, I usually have my work cut out for me. It didn't take long for him to warm up though, although warming up really wasn't an option...it was COLD outside! Zak was a little shy at first but after a quick potty break he was ready to go and really became quite the ham. I even let him take a few pictures and for 3 years old he's pretty good. I'll post one, and you guess which one was his (*hint: its the last one) :)
Thanks guys, I had a blast with you and I hope you love your pictures like I do. I think they turned out great! I always struggle with my favorites cause I see one I like then oh, there's another one...and another.




























































6 comments:

Candie said...

Those turned out great!

hatch said...

I remember when you girls burned the Alyssa Milano pictures.

The pictures turned out great!

mdemiter said...

Thanks again Kari! It was fun and the pictures turned out great. Can't wait to see the rest :) By the way...just let me know when you want to come over for "squirrel soup". :)

The Murphy Family said...

Amazing! I can't tell you enough how much I love your picture making!

KariAnne Deines and Benny Clark said...

Thanks everyone! I love taking them.

Robin, I still need to sort through your wedding pics and decide out of the millions I took which ones I want to post. Its so hard!

Sarah said...

SUPER cute!! Michael would die over these...you'll have to do our pictures when we are back on that side of the country.