Photography by Jen Davis » Premier Princeton Robbinsville NJ Family and Event Photographer

Once you announce that you are pregnant, the world becomes a bit brighter.  The excitement is tangible.  There is much to do, yet you find each task fun…right down to choosing the right burp clothes.  You decorate the nursery, you ‘nest’, and your family and friends surround you with love.  And you start to plan for ‘the […]

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Depending on which stage you are in life, this post might seem kind of, well silly.  If you are newly engaged, getting married, planning a large affair like a bar/bat mitzvah…you aren’t thinking should I hire a photographer, you are thinking who should I hire?  You are starting on the road of finding out which […]

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The beach is the best, according to my daughter.  Made only better by the addition of my parents, along for the ride.  A bit ago we took a trip with them to Rehoboth Beach Deleware, and we had such a fabulous time.  We had a townhouse with a pool about 1 mile from the beach, […]

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  • Janet Callaway - Great photos Jen. Looks like some wonderful family memories were created!ReplyCancel

  • Anne Moore - Making memories…..that’s what it’s all about!!!!!! LOVE THEM!!!!!! xoxo
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  • AnneMarie Lux - how wonderful is this…great memories forever. . .xoxoxo
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  • AnneMarie Lux - how wonderful is this…great memories forever. . .xoxoxo
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What the heck have I been doing all summer!!??  I can’t believe it is August already.  I’m finishing up sessions and then going into vacay mode.  But July…july was crazy busy around here.  Of course there was lots of work going on…and camp.  But there was also fun spray park times (thank you Ektar film), […]

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I never thought I would look at the end of A’s babyhood with sadness.  I always had this picture in my head that I would leap and twirl at the thought of no more diapers, bottles, and squishy squeaky plush baby toys.  Mark and I went out for a really nice dinner when we finally said […]

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  • Michele - I love this post. We switched my daughter out of her crib while she was still a baby, but I sobbed as I folded up her crib sheets for the last time. I kept remembering how I got her crib ready before she was born and how many times I got up a night to take of her, tucking those same blankets around her over and over again when she was a tiny baby. It was sad that was phase was over. Lovely photos as always. :) Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

    • photographybyjendavis - Michele, Yes exactly…all the things we are too tired to remember that the stage is only fleeting! Thanks for the kind words and for commenting.ReplyCancel

  • Ute - What a big boy, you bothe have so wonderful kids, wish I could hug them and I enjoy the pics, greetings from germanyReplyCancel

    • photographybyjendavis - Thank you so much Ute! Hugs to you!ReplyCancel

  • Dyane - I had to grab tissues for this. I am going through the same thing.ReplyCancel

    • photographybyjendavis - Thanks Dyane…me too :) It was a long time coming. Thank you for stopping by <3ReplyCancel

  • Emily Kapferer - <3 this!ReplyCancel

  • Janet Callaway - Very emotional post Jen. Transitions with children are always much tougher for the parents, and moving out of the baby stage is one of the toughest. But you have amazing photos to remind you of those great memories, and you can save the crib for your grandchildren! Savor each stage of your life. ReplyCancel

  • Rose Klish Szabo - Awesome : )
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  • Mark Davis - Well said my dear. Every stage (thus far) has had its ups & downs. I too am happy to be (mostly) past diapers, but I look at those photos of the kids when they were really young, …. and miss seeing them that way. :)
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  • AnneMarie Lux - love and miss him. . .he looks sooooo BIG. . .xoxoxo
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  • AnneMarie Lux - love and miss him. . .he looks sooooo BIG. . .xoxoxo
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