Senior sessions are some of my favorite sessions to photograph because I love being able to incorporate so much of their personalities and important mementos into their photographs – like this senior’s letter jacket.

This unprecedented time has brought a lot of change and ups and downs, and this will be a generation of seniors that will defy the odds by forging their own path through difficulty. I had so much fun with this senior’s session because of her beautiful smile and bright positivity. Even socially distanced, we had a great time walking through the park and capturing this moment in time for her.

Take a look at some of this senior’s fun session below:

 

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I love photographing maternity sessions because there is so much excitement and anticipation when capturing an expectant mom. They truly do have a glow about them and I enjoy capturing the moment for them. This session was no exception, especially since the whole family got in on the excitement. This family has two little girls who were eager to meet their new baby brother.

Do you know someone expecting a new addition? Refer them to Meg&Me for beautiful maternity images.

Take a look at some of this special family maternity session below:

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It felt so great to get outside and photograph these two ladies again. They chose adorable matching tie dye dresses and sunflower crowns for their outfits and the colors looked amazing against the glowing green and gold backdrop. You can definitely see the love these two have for each other. Take a look at some of this beautiful summer Mommy & Me below:

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It is easy to get intimidated by the idea of getting the entire extended family together for a photo session, but not to worry! Meg&Me is here to help! We will make the process easy and painless and dare we say it – FUN! ๐Ÿ™‚

Even with the Arizona heat, we had a blast at this session and the location was gorgeous. We used proper safety procedures and came away with beautiful memories captured for this family. Are you looking to schedule a Meg&Me Family Tree Session for your family? Click the contact button to book!

Take a look at some of their wonderful images below:

 

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Hello everyone!

One thing that quarantine has done is given me a lot of time to learn new recipes and share them with my family. The above picture showcases myself and my two nephews, who are willing participants in my cooking experiments. ๐Ÿ˜€

One of my awesome friends on instagram, Katie Burton (who just happens to be a food scientist, so you know her taste is on point!) posted this recipe for Belgian Liege Waffles and my first thought was, “What is a Liege Waffle?!” I was so curious that I just had to try it!

The recipe is specifically titled “Liege Belgian Waffles with Pearl Sugar”. An interesting fact is that my brother in law – who is also currently quarantining with my family – lived in the Netherlands for 2 and a half years and would also travel to Belgium. He ate a lot of waffles and loves them! He was skeptical if this recipe would live up to his expectations, but guess what? He loved them!

The first thing I did in order to make these waffles was to order the pearl sugar. Because of quarantine, I had to rely on the great and powerful Amazon. You can find the pearl sugar I ordered here, but I’m sure any liege pearl sugar would work – just make sure not to get it confused with the Swedish sugar.

Unlike most waffle recipes, this recipe does require yeast, which unfortunately has been in very short supply at local grocery stores. If you have it, you are among the lucky few! We fortunately were able to use our last yeast packets on this recipe and we don’t regret it!

The other thing this recipe requires is a Belgian waffle iron. You have to have one with deep grooves so that it will cook the pearl sugar correctly. Fortunately, I just got one for my birthday this year, so we were all set. We did spray the pan with non stick cooking spray, but honestly this recipe has so much butter that you probably don’t need it. ๐Ÿ˜›

You can find the recipe for these waffles here. It’s from AllRecipes. ๐Ÿ™‚

The dough will feel thick and more like bread dough than batter. We used an ice cream scoop to scoop out the dough and put it on the waffle iron. They come out crispy on the outside and soft and sweet on the inside.

We topped them with strawberry sauce, whipped cream, and maple syrup. I didn’t get a photograph of them plated because they disappeared to fast, and you definitely want to eat them when they are hot and fresh. Although, any way you eat them, they are delicious!

We doubled the recipe thinking we would need a lot for 8 people, but we ended up having a dozen left over, so we stuck them in the freezer for later!

These are sweeter than traditional waffles and would be great as a dessert too. Try them out! You won’t regret it.

Be safe and well!

Smiles,

Megan

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