I really enjoyed the time I spent with this sweet family. It was especially fun to watch Normie soak everything in. He loved the Kuboda truck driving by, the canoes, skipping rocks, and the garbage cans (obviously). Enjoy a few of my favorites from our session last week!
It never fails. Every time I photograph a new baby, my mind can hardly handle what a miracle they are. Victoria is obviously no exception. Although she was born a little early, she is thriving and SO, so loved. Enjoy these photos of Victoria with her Mom and her Grandparents.
It's hard to believe that at this time last year I was nine days over-due. I remember being so anxious and just ready for Letty to make her entrance. Everyone said annoying things like "just relax", "watch some TV", "go out to eat with Frank"...everyone had really nice advice on how I should enjoy my time before baby came. Although I will admit that I wish I HAD done more of these things, because relaxing isn't exactly on my agenda anymore, I really wish more people would have reminded me to enjoy my time with my baby bump. The thing is, while that nine months (or ten) feels so insanely long at the time, it's actually so short. Although it is WAY more fun having baby in the world to play with and love, baby time in the womb is so special. If we do decide to have more children, I won't have the opportunities I did with just one child because the craziness of life will inevitably get in the way. Baby number one, bump number one, delivery number one...Oh man, it just doesn't get any bet...
If you haven't seen it yet, I did a blog on Chapel's birth, so I'm not going to gush again about how much I love this family (it's a lot). But I do want to make sure you're able to enjoy some of the photos from Chapel's newborn session.
As with all of my work, newborn shoots are lifestyle shoots. I love coming into the home of families after baby is born and catching them in their new normal. This family has an adorable new norm. Enjoy <3