This little girl was, in her dad’s words… “spirited.” She woke up in between almost every pose and gave a good little cry. Luckily, her dad was so fantastic at soothing her back into a slumber, that we named him “the baby whisperer.” Mom and Dad actually came all the way down from West Point for their session …with a cadet uniform in tow! (It made for a great prop!) It was really fun collaborating with this sweet little girl’s mom on the look of the session and the various props. They also brought pink roses and hydrangeas for the session…I love it! And, as you can see in the last shot, big brother was also on hand for a handsome portrait with his baby sister. A beautiful family indeed and a fun session…
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In my continued effort to catch up on my blogging, I’d like to share this little beauty from the summer. This little guy was only a week old and he stayed very comfy and cozy for almost the whole shoot. Mom also had the cutest selection of props and accessories…like this owl hat. Say it with me….”aaaaaaw!”
And so just you don’t think he wasn’t having any fun…
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In addition to catching up on beach sessions, I have lots of newborn sessions from the summer that I’ve neglected to blog. So stay tuned – in the next few weeks, I am going to play catch up.
I’ll start with this beautiful little boy… he surprised us by arriving a bit earlier than expected, but was a good little sleeper, which always makes things go more smoothly. Mom was a great help, especially with the hammock shot, which we were both determined to get. And I just love the sepia-toned image of him in the little flyer hat…what a little sweetie!