Last week’s Mini Sessions were so fun and I am so excited to start sharing them with you. Something is in the air (besides the rain!), because last Saturday brought me three pregnant moms! Two were sisters, which could not be more exciting! These kiddos will be just 8 weeks apart. I love these from Claire and her mom. Such a beautiful woman and so much love.
PS – I love that lace maternity dress! Seriously, maternity clothes just were not that cute when I had my boys 🙂
Ethan turned one and I got to visit with him and his sister. It has been such a joy watching him grow from a newborn to a sweet little boy, toddling around and setting his own rules. His sister has been coming in since she was a newborn as well – love seeing the two of them grow up together. She takes such good care of her little brother.
Mini-Sessions are a great way to capture the Spring season and update your family photo with only a small investment of time and money. They are great for all types of photography including maternity, children, family, even the dog. Sorry, no newborn photography at these session.
Being part of a family’s life progression, even if just a little bit, is one of the most wonderful parts of being a newborn and family photographer. So having new moms choose to do their maternity pictures with me, followed by their newborn session – it’s a joy! Love seeing the beautiful little creations that escape from those precious baby bellies – and Beau is no exception. I can see so much of his parents in his sweet face. Beau decided to join the world a few weeks ahead of schedule, so this visit came sooner than expected. And I think he came out perfect!
It’s finally Spring y’all and thank goodness for that!
Spring is a great time, in life and here at the studio. Season of growth, spring cleaning, way too much pollen and lots of new things for Little Loves Photography. So here it is, my first blog post…. like EVER. Let’s do this!
We are going to explore all sort of things here – recent sessions, studio updates, contests and giveaways, mini-session announcements, things I make and build for the studio, photography tidbits and FAQs and lots and lots of pictures.
So I hope you will stay with me and see where this goes.