Cambree Turns 6! | Boise Children Photographer

If you’ve been following my blog for awhile, you may remember Cambree.  I’ve done birthday portraits for her for a few years. Here she’s  four. And here she’s the big 0-5.

This year she’s SIX and she has a new baby brother (we snuck in a few shots of Andrew in his stroller).

Cambree has always come to her birthday photo sessions equipped with plenty of poses, expressions and nutty ideas. This year we got a little more theatrical as we wandered around the greenbelt and the Boise State campus. I suggest keeping your eye out for the impromptu mourning session at what looked like a gravestone and for the run-in with the bronco statute.

Hard to believe the years have gone by so quickly…

Taylor Isabelle | Boise Child Photographer

Last spring I did photos of Taylor when she was just learning to sit up. They turned out incredibly cute. Check out the old post here!!

We caught an absolutely gorgeous autumn day in Eagle on the greenbelt and had fun getting photos of her walking (and tumbling) through the leaves. Aren’t blue eyes and perfectly chubby cheeks incredible?!

Annual Manual. Recreation…

Get outside. Read Annual Manual’s Recreation section to give you some ideas!

Boise River 101

“The most common stretch of river to float is from Barber Park east of downtown to Ann Morrison Park. The put-in area at Barber Park is maintained by Ada County and includes free use of air pumps, as well as an expansive parking lot.” –By Deanna Darr (read more here)

Two Wheeled Playground

“The Idaho Velodrome and Cycling Park—or the Eagle Bike Park—on Old Highway 55 is the Treasure Valley’s answer to the Whistler Mountain Bike Park in British Columbia, Canada. The concept is the same, although Eagle’s no-hassle, no-fuss dirt playground is a work-in-progress.”  –By Sarah Barber (read more here)

Urban Angler

“If sitting back with a bobber and a worm are more your style, Boise has some choice ponds regularly stocked with trout as well. Parkcenter Park in East Boise off Parkcenter Boulevard has an 8-acre pond with a handicapped-accessible fishing dock and public restrooms.” –By Bingo Barnes (read more here)