There is still snow on the ground but with daylight savings this past weekend and somewhat warmer weather, my little girl agreed to put on a pretty dress and head to the park to watch the sunset! The light was amazing and although it was still a bit cold, I’m hopeful that it will start to feel like spring very soon!
This session was all about the card but I just ADORE the first image of this dynamic foursome. Will you look at that sweet baby girl who is only a few weeks old and her personality is already shinning through right along with her older sis and brothers!!
I love this mama’s sense of humor and those outfits! I met her last November when we captured this session with the brother’s pouting because they wanted a puppy for christmas. This year’s image does not disappoint. It’s the last one and they all put on quite a performance:) Believe it or not, it’s easier to get smiles from this crew than pouts as you can see in our spring session. I love to see how much they have changed in one year, which is one of the reasons I love to document families year to year.
Congratulations on your new little blessing and I look forward to capturing your story.
These sweet sisters are so lucky to have one another and their bond is apparent as soon as you meet them. I had heard so many stories from their mama who I have been working with for the past couple of years. She has a home based stationery business in Westfield with a huge selection of custom products. She currently works with my clients to create gorgeous holiday cards. Check out her site – The Paper Doll. She is amazing and I can’t wait to see her holiday card! It was so great to capture her daughters. They are so beautiful (inside and out).
If you get to the end, you will find an outtake (final image). Yes that’s my son photobombing the glitter shot. It was his first time helping out (hehe) and most definitely his last.
I LOVE photographing these girls and it has become a yearly tradition for my very grown up niece. She is so beautiful inside and out and so amazing with my little one who thinks the world of her. We are so lucky to have you in our lives sweet girl! xoxo
I photographed this family last fall for their holiday card and I was fortunate to come back to document this sweet little doll who just turned ONE! I caught what they call her “piggy face” and fun images with her parents. Her oldest brother is so handsome with the most gorgeous blue eyes and those lashes. I could barely keep up with her other brother but managed to capture his spirit playing in puddles and dancing around his siblings in the last shot:) Thought it would be fun to include an outtake from the session.