Category Archives: Letters to Our Daughters

The Motherhood Collective | November

Ah, November.  The month of all things “thanks.”  This year, we have so much to be thankful for.  (For one, our major home reno project is finally complete…praise God and all the pilgrims and Native Americans!) In all seriousness, though, we have truly been blessed this year.  A new home with a great yard to…

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  • Monica Hodges Sweeney - Love this post! And… just wait, the teenage and young adult years are just as wine-inducing;)ReplyCancel

  • Megan Marlene Peter - Oh, there is so much beauty here, both inside and out! I absolutely adore that last one of you and her with the secrect glances. Such a special and beautiful bond. And your baby bump is adorable!ReplyCancel

  • Bethany Mattioli - These are so sweet and your bump is adorable! My 4 year old sounds very similar and all I can do is hope and pray that his extreme stubborness will one day be an unstoppable drive used for good (and enjoy a glass or two of wine after bedtime in the meantime, ha ha).ReplyCancel

  • Tiffany Kelly - These are beautiful and you look amazing with your cute little bump!ReplyCancel

The Motherhood Collective | March

A Letter to My Daughter To my beautiful three-year-old little girl, I can hardly believe you are three.  More so, I can hardly believe I am a mother to a three-year-old.  (When did I go and become an adult?!)  You are wise beyond your years and have seemingly been a little girl since you started walking….

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  • Sugar Land Family Photographer | The Motherhood Collective Vol 3 » Sugar Land Newborn Photographer | Lentille Photography - […] When you are done, please go visit my friend Heather and her sweet girl over at Heather Carraway Photography. […]ReplyCancel

  • Michaela - She definitely gets her beauty from her mother. 🙂ReplyCancel

    • admin - Michaela, thank you! Such a sweet thing to say 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Baotran - Love this set of images, something you will definitely treasure in the future!ReplyCancel

    • admin - I think so, too 🙂 I hope she’ll always know how much she has been loved! Thank you for your kind comment.ReplyCancel

  • miranda - These are gorgeous, just breath taking. Was that a self portrait in there? You should do a blog post on how to make a great self portrait!! I would love to do more of those.


    • admin - Actually, Miranda, I turned my hubby into a human tripod 😉 He’s been my assistant in training for a few years now, so as long as he just keeps pressing the shutter, we find a decent amount of good shots amidst the hundreds 😉ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa - These images of beyond gorgeous. What a great idea this project is. You child will truly treasure these photographs forever. Ps – is it really that green in Atlanta already? Lucky!ReplyCancel

    • admin - Vanessa, actually it’s greener! I even pulled out a little bit of green to give the images a softer feel…spring has definitely sprung in Atlanta although some days feel more like it than others 😉 Thank you for your message!ReplyCancel

  • Bethany Mattioli - These images are beautiful and you are gorgeous Heather!ReplyCancel

  • Katelyn Dooley - love the light!ReplyCancel

  • Lauren Penney - Oh Heather, these images are just gorgeous. I love every single one. <3ReplyCancel

  • Anna - These are absolutely gorgeous.ReplyCancel

  • Megan Marlene Peter - How absolutely magical!!!! This has “the perfect day” written all over it.ReplyCancel

  • CrystalB - These images are outstanding, love every. single. one.ReplyCancel

  • Lorena Coelho - wowwww!! these are gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Julie Crouch Brock - perfection! this is a wonderful idea.ReplyCancel

  • Jamie - These are so lovely Heather! Beautiful and so special <3ReplyCancel

Letters to Our Daughters | Atlanta Lifestyle Photographer

**This is the first of a new monthly blog series that I am participating in with another group of women from ClickinMoms where we are writing letters to our daughters.  I am so excited to be a part of this circle and love the motivation to continue what I started after finding out I was…

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  • Lisa - The one with the chips is just classic. Love it! Great letter! You’ve done a great job at capturing her and this will be awesome to look back on when she’s older.ReplyCancel

  • admin - Thank you, Lisa! I agree…the emptying of the bag of chips was another one of those “hang my head and sigh” moments…and immediately after, “grab the camera!” Thank you for your sweet comment 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Amber Thornton - the photos are precious! my third/youngest/last child just turned two. I also thought I would remember & document better. I love the list you made. my favorite photo is the one with her in the yellow shirt second to last. Her eyes are so bright and her smile so wide it makes me smile looking at it.ReplyCancel

  • Jessica Reynolds - This is just BEAUTIFUL!ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl Tierney - It makes me smile to know that You are realizing the joy a “daughter” brings to your life. I have been lucky enough to have been blessed by You (my oldest, first born) and your sister (Samantha Poole).. you both have changed my life FOREVER…. and I so enjoy sharing all the memories and new experiences with you both.. I can’t imagine my life without either one of you.. Camryn Ray is another opportunity for me to cherish, love and spoil beyond measure….:) your dad hates that part…tee hee I will enjoy reading your letters.. Funny how life repeats itself… Your grandmother, Nan always sent cards or wrote letters to me since we always lived so far away and I still have cards and letters that I’ve written to you in the past for a number of reasons.. Usually when we had a fight…… bottom line…. it all came down to how much I loved you……Incredible letter, Heather.. your daughter will treasure them for years to come… Love momReplyCancel

  • Kristin - They really do grow up so fast! But what beautiful words and images to remember her being little as she gets bigger 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Jessica Rivera Schugardt - Heather these are beautiful photos! They really could be in magainzes, wow. And your daughter is such a cutie!ReplyCancel

  • mindy b. - She. Is. Adorable!!! Such sweet memories you’re capturing. I’m so glad to be in this circle with you!ReplyCancel

  • Lori A - Heather, I am amazed by your photos. So inspirational! She is a doll and you are so right about how time flies and how easy it is to forget the little moments! Thanks for the super mom mom plug, although I feel anything but that lol!!ReplyCancel

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