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on waking

July 07, 2022 - "What can we make of the inexpressible joy of children? It is a kind of gratitude, I think- the gratitude of the ten-yea...
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this is the stuff

May 10, 2022 - This is the stuff. You know... the stuff of life that really matters. The generations gathered, the feasting and the se...
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Robert, six months

December 28, 2021 - Our wide eyed obsession with brand new humans is a given and understandably so. Wow! Here you are- Earthside! But the ha...
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Clarke

October 07, 2021 - What is it like to have a newborn? It's sleepless nights and cycles of shushing and bodily fluids and exhaustion but mo...
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survived and surprised

June 03, 2021 - Energetic 11 year old twins? No problem. For this fun crew, I created a scavenger hunt for some downtown Shreveport site...
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on Cloud nine

March 05, 2021 - Baby's first year packages are some of my very favorite things to do and the Cloud family has made it so fun from the st...
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Morgan's reflections on hope

October 07, 2020 - About two years ago, I walked into a labor and delivery room and my heart linked up with Morgan Grantham. No stranger to...
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Teddy

September 29, 2020 - Teddy. Brand new to the world and so incredibly loved. Welcome to the world little buddy!
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a common thread

September 24, 2020 - I don't exactly know what it is about having something tangible to connect you to those family members that have gone be...
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How do you quarantine?

September 14, 2020 - Or better yet (to me at least), how do you capture life in quarantine? How do you document life in this weird and diffic...
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I'm on a mission, y'all - family photography goals

August 21, 2020 - Just what am I doing over here at Candace Chaney Photography? I'm making it my mission to provide you with an easy, fun,...
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