Baby bundles are always some of my favorite sessions because I love seeing the many changes over the course of a few months. Miss Kenna came in for her 9 month session last week, and she was such a little ham! She had some new tricks to show off for us (standing) and kept us on our toes. I can’t believe the next time I see this little beauty she will be turning ONE!
Everyone, meet the S Family. They are probably one of the most beautiful families you will meet. Ever.
Remember that gorgeous fall we had that lasted through November? Yeah, we had this shoot on Thanksgiving weekend and were lucky enough to get to soak up the last of the warmer weather.
Thank you, S family. It was truly a pleasure to photograph you all! <3
I love, love, LOVE my baby bundles and seeing your little sweeties throughout their first year. Sweet Kenna stopped by the other day for her 6 months portraits, and she was an absolute doll.
Whew! It’s been a while since I have posted on the blog. I have finally wrapped up processing and sending out galleries for all my fall family mini sessions. I had so much fun photographing these families and capturing some precious moments. Here is the full collection of favorites from all the sessions.
These two were my first go at photographying senior girls. We did the majority of our shoot on some family ground of one of the girls, and it was AMAZING. We then rounded out our session at the swinging bridge. I could not have asked for two better girls to photograph. They did everything I asked them to (even when it was maybe a little goofy), and absolutely killed it.
It was a beautiful July evening for a family session. I always love shooting in new locations, and last night was no exception. We started our session on a trail across from the family’s home. The shade was perfect for photos and the lush green colors were to die for. We then ended our session on the family’s dock. The lake background makes for the most classic of family photos, and one that can’t be beat. I hope these photos of this beautiful family are treasured for years to come!
Caroline is seven months old! This means she is now closer to being a ONE year old than she is to being a newborn.
We did this shoot in our backyard. When we first moved into our home, the wildflowers took up a majority of the backyard. My husband spent the first year taming them down and shaping the yard. I’m so glad we are still able to enjoy them. The wildflowers are typically only in bloom for a couple weeks, so we try and take advantage of them while we can!
+ eating solids and some table food
+ tried (and LOVED) cake
+ sitting up unsupported
+ pushing herself up on her arms