And the uncontrollable situation of OUTSIDE! This is a co-worker and her beautiful soon-to-be family :). They were cold, really cold. What started out as a great week ended in bitter cold and a bit of snow. YUCK! But, all in all, they were troopers (who am I to complain, I kept MY jacket on for the whole thing).
You can find a few more here. Thanks for letting me glimpse your life..and CONGRATS!!!!
I have been busy doing sessions here and there, and not one of them has been a brand spanking new baby. Meet Baby "C". I work with his Mommy. I was so excited that they let me into their home to take photos of their adorable little guy! J & B, you guys are awesome parents and I can't wait to see Baby "C" as he gets bigger! Thanks!
How refreshing is this cutie pie! She is ONE and one of my *favorite* ages. They are so curious and inquisitive, always wanting to see what is going on around them. At this age, you put them FAR back on the paper and let them work their way up to you. They definitely like to move. Saylor's mom and I have talked for months about me doing her photos, so I am happy that we were able to connect.
This adorable thing is my FIRST Utah client and I am so excited. She is my friends niece and I just loved her. Poor thing was so tired she fell asleep while I was setting up. Here is peek for Sally and her family. Thanks Sally :).
These two are repeats, or is it three-peat...maybe more, but I love seeing them. Miss Delaney has the most awesome blue eyes and is just so adorable (and she has a lower lip to envy all when she is sad or going to cry!!) Her brother Peyton is so cute. After each photo, he would say that he was done now. I wasn't sure if it was a question or if he was telling us he was done, but we all kept saying no, not yet to him.
I got me some live ones ;). More boys. I had three boys in today for two separate shoots. These two are CHARACTERS! Loved them. The oldest, Mr. G, reminds my so much of my oldest, it isn't even funny. I loved it! These are my official last photography shoot for Alaska (well, I have two more, but those are friends type of things *grin*) and I am sad. I loved hanging out with this family, watching the dynamics play out. It was cool. I am bummed that I won't be able to get to know the mom better, could totally see myself hanging out with her!
So, without further adeau, here are Mr. G and Mr. A, in black & white and color (and some both)!
So, in addition for planning for our move back to Utah, I also have photoshoots. This was done for my very best friend and her family. She wanted family shots with her mom and dad (who are both SO adorable) and all the kids in the family. As a general rule, I don't do families, but for my best friend...anything goes!
I also was able to use my pantaloons that I purchased from here. I love them...the seller was wonderful to work with and the pantaloons are just precious! More to come later. I have two other sessions to proof!
Adding a few more in and then I am off to bed for the night. Take care everyone!
It's a BOY! I seem to be bursting out of my seams with girl photos, and even though I have two boys of my own, I don't seem to have that many boys that come to me. This is Mr. W. He is cute and adorable and so very smart. This little guy talks SO well. We are going to get together again, Mr. W wasn't in the mood for me, and I had a little allergy thing start this morning, so I was sniffling throughout the whole thing. I am hoping that neither one of us is coming down with anything.