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  • Welcome to Kimberly Coughlin Photography!

    Hello and welcome to my blog! I am so glad you stopped by.  I'll use this little piece of the internet to post client sneak peeks and also to share my life and my family with you.  I've said this many times, but I truly believe my 3 boys are the most photographed kids on the planet!  Unfortunately, they are getting a bit tired of that record so they are giving me a hard time when I get my camera out.  So, just know that when you see my family on this blog, there were definitely bribes involved!

    I love having the opportunity to create lasting memories for those I meet along this journey.  You'll find I'm a very easy person to get along with and I'll give you my all when we are together for your session.  I treasure each and every one of my clients who make my dream of photography possible!

    I specialize in on-site, natural light photography sessions.  I will meet you in the comfort of your home or at another location.  I love shooting in the outdoors and always enjoy trying out new places.  Historic locations, farms, parks and even your backyard make great backdrops for your photos.  I shoot primarily expectant mothers, newborns, babies, kids and families but I also do events and find them incredibly fun!  Another of my specialities is birth photography and I am humbled, honored and overjoyed to document the arrival of your special newborn.

    I hope you enjoy my new and improved blog but if you'd like to reference my previous one, I've included a link in the menu bar.  I haven't deleted it because I still love all of those posts and all of the history of Kimberly Coughlin Photography!  Please leave comments here on my new blog so I'll know you visited.  Bloggers LOVE comments!  :)



Curve balls in Football

Nick took a break from Flag Football for a few years and focused on baseball.  Although he had some great times playing little league and All Stars and even travel ball, I think he always loved Flag more.  There is something about the quickness of the game, the closeness of the spectators, the rush of a touchdown catch that makes it so exciting.  Last fall, after deciding to move away from baseball, he played again.  The team meshed well and the Coaches were awesome.  The assistant coach from that team (which did win the fall championship trophy!), saw Nick at tryouts this year and made a note of his tryout number and said he wanted to draft him.  Sure enough, when the team email came out, Nick was on the familiar coach’s team.

The season has kicked off to a great start with the team running undefeated so far.  The assistant coach happens to be a familiar one to us as he was one of Jake’s coaches previously in baseball All Stars and we have lots of warm memories of him and his family and those times. So, needless to say, this season was proving to be a great one.  Last week we received an email from the football league letting us know that our Coach was in the hospital for some very serious medical issues (ICU to be exact) and he would miss the game on Friday night.  The boys came together under the Assistant Coach’s leadership and pulled out a pretty wide victory.  Another mom and I were taking photos and videos to capture the game for Coach Damon.

You can tell he loves to coach and he loves sports.  He is a super energetic guy with a passion for teaching.  He also loves to celebrate successes on the field with the kids.  No one would have imagined him to have the health issues he is dealing with right now.  I know he would much prefer to be out there coaching but he needs to get better first.  He could use some prayers right now.  We have been pretty fortunate to come across great coaches through the years with 3 boys who have been on a lot of teams and I would rank this one certainly towards the top.  We hope he gets better soon and back to all the things he loves in life.  You just never know when a curve ball might get thrown at you, even in the game of football.

Blogging again? Maybe…

I have missed this blog. I still write blog posts in my head that never see the keyboard or world wide web. I don’t do photography sessions any more, but that doesn’t mean I don’t still love taking photos. My iPhone has become my main camera these days but when I do get my big camera in my hands, it feels great! This is a little dabble back to my blog and we’ll see if I can find the time to put my thoughts here again and maybe some photos. My kiddos are really growing up and when I go back through these posts and see their little faces I realize that time really does march on. It is a good thing but I think that in life the days are long but the years are short. Back when I had littler ones, I thought that would be the craziest time of my life. But now that they are older, busier, more expensive, I see that every phase is a new adventure. I miss their little faces sometimes and the simpler days, but I love where they all are now just as much.

So, I think I’ll try to continue to document our lives on these pages again, not as an advertisement for my photography but as a scrapbook of my life.  I started this blog over 6 years ago and boy has my life changed since then.  Love the memories!

Today is a big day for the littlest Coughlin guy with his first double header on his travel baseball team. Can’t wait to see him play. Gotta run out to the field now!


Harris Family

I’m finally finishing up this session from two weeks ago!  I just don’t know where my free time goes anymore.  I’m glad to get these up before Thanksgiving at least.  Annie, I hope they were worth the wait!  I told you we got some cute ones!  🙂

November 25, 2011 - 8:56 am

Margaret Love these pics! And those kids! Great job, Kim.

More from Miller session!

As promised, here are a few more fun shots from the Miller session.

November 8, 2011 - 7:43 pm

MLW Great photos!! Cute kids!!

Miller Girls

After several bad weather cancellations, we finally got a beauty of a fall day last week.  I just love these girls!  It has been just over a year since our last shoot and they’ve all grown so much.  They brought their one year old little cousin along this time and he was a cutie, too!  We took so many images that this is going to have to be part 1 for a sneak peek!  There will be more coming soon.  I know Mama Miller is anxiously awaiting a glimpse at what we captured, so here you go!  I hope you love them!

November 7, 2011 - 12:41 pm

Tara Oh Kim… you are amazing!! You just get better and better. I can’t wait to see the rest! Thank you for capturing such beautiful pictures of my babies!!!