We celebrated Logan’s 1st birthday at Polliwog Park in Manhattan Beach.

Pics of her first year were planted along the party route.

She’s half Korean and wore her Hanbook and celebrated the Dol traditions for her first birthday.

For the Toljabee tradition, items are laid out in front of the baby. These items may represent her future career or interests — like a stethoscope for a doctor or money for a career in finance. Whatever the baby gravitates toward — well it can predict her future. So what did Logan choose?

Looks like she went straight for the phone. So maybe she’s going to have a career in PR or technology? Only time will tell.

She had a chance to change into her ladybug dress — she was absolutely adorable.

Something is burning… so who is to blame?? Neither of these two brothers want to take the hit!

Mom and Dad continued her ladybug party theme with a custom cake … that she destroyed enjoyed.

At the end of last summer, I had a chance to photograph this beautiful family before they moved out of state.

I’m so happy I was able to capture these special moments at Zuma Beach in Malibu… perfect setting for the family as they were going to moving to Arizona and wanted some shots of a beautiful southern CA day.

Yesterday, my wife had a chance to see these kids all grown up as they came back to LA to visit. Kids grow so fast… my wife said they look like mature kids and not babies like in these photos.

  • Kendall - August 2, 2010 - 1:14 am

    Love the lighting!

  • Emergensy - December 30, 2012 - 7:26 pm

    Your kids are so lucky to have friends that they’ve known their whole lives. Imagine when they grow up, they will not be able to reembmer not knowing those friends. Wow. Lucky kids.