These two big sisters are jumping for joy at the arrival of their new baby brother…it didn’t hurt that I showed up and encouraged them to hop on the bed (just what every new mom needs- a photographer in her home riling her kids up and teaching them dangerous, inner-spring damaging habits…) I got some great shots of these adorable kids and their sweet baby brother, so I think it was worth it 😉 Enjoy your preview, H family, and congratulations on your new little boy!
I met little Miss N yesterday, who is a beautiful little peanut at just 7 days old. She was awake through most of our session, and very easily soothed by the rain sound effect on Dad’s phone (she certainly arrived at the right time with the weather this month…) We were able to get a great assortment of photographs and I had a really tough time choosing which to preview on the blog- but here goes. Enjoy your preview and your adorable little one, M family- Congratulations! 😉
Imagine my surprise when I went to post a newborn preview last night and couldn’t get into my own blog because I forgot my password…and then the greater surprise when I looked back and realized I haven’t blogged anything since OCTOBER. Wow- I’ve been slacking in the blog department and taking the easy way out with previewing. It’s like I have another job or something….So here’s a recap of some of my favorites from the past few months.
Later that week, I photographed the S Family at Marsh Creek State Park. These “kids” are older and I hadn’t realized how much more cooperative adults are to photograph than little ones. These brothers were more than willing to smile and wander all over the park with their parents. We had a gorgeous fall afternoon and the beautiful colors of the season to work with.
The same weekend (I guess that was a really busy one…) I also photographed my niece and nephews at Longwood Gardens on another beautiful fall afternoon- I really lucked out with the weather on some of these.
The following weekend my brother got married…and I am very ashamed to say I took 4 pictures the entire time, none of which deserves being posted here. In my defense, I was wearing a long dress and chasing the flower girl and the ring bearer for the majority of the event…Halloween and a move followed…
…and then another session at Longwood with sweet little M and her parents- I had photographed her over the summer with her cousin and can’t believe how much she has grown in just that short time. She is such a little ham!
On to my newest little niece, born just two weeks before Thanksgiving- meet little baby S… and her proud big brother R-
December began with two families at Longwood (I work with both these lovely mammas and they were accommodating enough to let me do two sessions at one time;) It worked out well and we got some great shots of L (does he look familiar?), B and F. Love the red jacket on this adorable little girl!
The sessions that followed involved lots of whining on my part, because I was attempting the Christmas Card photos for my own children. Note to self…it’s never easy with your own kids. My daughter sees me looking in her direction with a camera and automatically turns goofy. My furry kid cooperated at least. A few days later it snowed, and I finally got a shot I loved…
My final session of the year was an engagement session at Longwood, with a very sweet couple getting married this summer…and boy, were they troopers. It was COLD. Like can-barely-feel-your-fingers-except-for-searing-pain-cold. And they had to look nice. I, however, was doing my best to look like the kid in A Christmas Story with all the layers. Here are some of my favorites from that day…