Newborn and child photography! These 2 lil’ beauties were in my studio not long ago. It also wasn’t long ago that the big sister had her newborn photos taken in this very location! Are they just not so precious? She is going to be a wonderful big sister and was so very pleasant to work with. She followed all my directions to the T.
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My daughter and I visited a Lavender field yesterday. It took a little convincing to get her close enough once she spotted all the bees. She was not too sure about the whole idea but she was a trooper and was so beautiful. Lavender is probably my most favorite smell in the world and everything that describes a lavender plant, really describes this young woman as well. Throughout her childhood, there have not been too many occasions where she would let me take her photos. However, lately that has changed and I have been able to capture her heart and soul in many photos. This is a huge reason I got into photography. My children are growing up right before my eyes and the only way for me to hold onto special moments in their lives is to make photographs that I can cherish forever!
Who is ready for Spring? I know I am!! Spring Mini Sessions are a great way to save a little money. Think about giving your Mom a wonderful gift for Mother’s Day of a photography session and 5 digital files that she will treasure for a lifetime. This is also a great time to update those family photos that you have been meaning to have done for quite some time.
What do you think my reaction was when the mom wanted her son posed on my saddle?? I feel like the luckiest girl sometimes when I get to photograph and play with lil’ ones for my job!
This lil’ guy had me worried at first. He did not want to leave mom’s lap. I kept pulling out all my stops and was getting close to running out of ideas. He did eventually play with me and was so good about following directions. 2 year olds amaze me sometimes!!
Look what I got to play with today! I wanted to keep ALL of them. A special thank you to Sandra for hauling them all over to my studio so I could photograph them. I obviously didn’t do a very good job at puppy proofing my studio. They wanted to eat all my baby blankets, cords, my camera strap and all the cloth diapers all rolled up in a bucket. They were so funny!!
Then the other funny thing was trying to get them all back in their crate. We would get 2 in and go for the 3rd when the first one would escape. We were laughing so hard. They must have been having too much fun to want to go home.