This boy is such a lucky boy. He was adopted by the sweetest family ever. It was such a treat for me to photograph such a mellow baby with mellow parents to match. I couldn’t have ask for a better session! I swear baby Blake looks like his older brother too. It’s like this family was just ment to be.
I really enjoyed photographing this family, even in the heat. You can see why just by looking at these people … they are all stunning!!! Such a cute family. The littlest one fell alseep on the way over and she was even so cooperative and willing to do pretty much anything I asked. (my four year old would never have allowed me to photograph him after he just woke up!) I think I will set my four year old boy up with their three year old girl someday. Moms can do that, right?
Lucy was such a precious little angel to photograph, even though she peed on her mom three times. She totally worked it for the camera. She was asleep at the right time and awake for the shots I wanted her to be awake. She was perfect for me. Now, her mother might have another story for you as she left totally drenched. She was definitely a good sport. Lucy, your mother gets the mother of the year award. The things mother’s do for their babies! Here are some of my favorites images of Lucy!
This was my dream high school senior photo session. Cami was such an easy senior to photograph. She basically posed herself. I absolutely loved this session! I could have stayed and photograph her all day but my card filled up way too fast. Here are a few of my favorites.
Talk about cute girls. It was so much fun to photograph these darling little girls. They all had such different personalities. The oldest one was so into getting her picture taken. She would make a great model. The middle one wasn’t sure what she thought of me and my camera. She sure did like the squeakernoise I would make to get her attention though. And the youngest, I think she is 5 months old, was such a happy little one. She was so easy going and carefree. Since I have all boys it was fun for me to experience the girl’s side of things.