Posts Tagged 'Twin Cities Child Photography'
After having to reschedule Easton’s 9-month shoot due to rain, I was so happy yesterday evening was such perfect weather for pictures. Looking at these now I am struck. . . I remember when big sister was in her mama’s belly. Where does the time go?
This cute little guy was welcomed home by big sister and two of the cutest little poodles. . . and, of course, mom and dad too! Here is a sneak peek of our morning together.
It has been so fun to watch this family grow. My first session with the mom was when she was pregnant with her daughter. Now here they are with two kids!
Special thanks to this awesome family who were gracious and flexible about rescheduling due to Baby Simpson’s birth.
Had a lovely session this morning with four great kiddos. One had super powers, the other was an amazing jumper, yet another was so cooperative and finally the little guy – well I think he had had better days but we still got some adorable pictures! Here’s a sneak peek . . .
I was so excited to have the opportunity to shoot this beautiful family for several reasons. First was that this mama is awesome! I met the Jenica, who is a doula, at a birth session a couple months back. I would forever be grateful for her. Towards the end of a long labor it was determined my client needed a c-section. Having been up for 20+ hours straight, I just didn’t have it in me to ask around to find the person who could get me in to the operating room. Jenica however found that person and got me in so I could capture those first moments for my client.
Second, this mama is as beautiful on the outside as she is in the inside. The husband and kid aren’t too shabby either *grin*.
Third, it was her daughter’s first birthday. Aren’t those jean leggings, I mean jeggings, TO DIE FOR?!?!
I am doing a shoot tomorrow and part of it will be in the “amber room” at the Guthrie. It reminded me that I had been there once before with some fellow photographers and the boy. I hadn’t blogged these pictures yet, so I thought it was a good time to. He looks so much smaller/younger in these pictures yet I can see he was full of wonder and determination. It is amazing to think it was just about six months ago. . . As a side note – the Metrodome ceiling had just collapsed, which you can see in the picture below.