Babies | Mississippi Child & Family Photographer

I have loved babies for as long as I can remember.  In kindergarten (in a daycare-like setting all those years ago… haha), my favorite thing wasn’t the coloring or the swing set or even the kids my own age, it was the nursery.  💕  Some things never change.  Your babies make my heart happy! Sweet…

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My Baby | Mississippi Newborn & Child Photographer

There is a lot of talk about business in my house.  A LOT. I am working on my 15th year.  This business is important to me.  Really important.  Shane and I were talking last night.  Folks are so busy.  Over the last few years, I’ve had so many clients say they LOVE their session images…

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A Thousand Words | Madison, Mississippi Family Photographer

I know, I know…  it is so cliche.  But a picture is truly worth a thousand words!  I first met this family when Daddy surprised Mommy with a free photo session that he had “won” on the campus of Mississippi State University in 2011.  You see that was the story that he told but the truth…

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Louisville, Mississippi Newborn Photographer

What a joy!  And what a sweet doll Elise is!  There are new discoveries at every photo session!  And the best part is watching your babies grow.  I completely adore watching little personalities develop and capturing it!  And my job does not stop there.  I’m excited to help you all along the way from choosing…

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Mississippi Newborn, Child & Family Photographer

Kim Kelley Photography offers two options for printing. Our standard mounted print is SO much more than standard.  All images 11×14 and larger are mounted for durability and years of enjoyment!  Mounted prints are suited for framing without glass.  You always want to keep a print from touching the glass in the frame.   Mounted…

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