Posted on July 19, 2011
I love maternity sessions. It is so fun and exciting to be a small part in the excitement during the last weeks of pregnancy. I felt an instant connection with this mom. Maybe it had something to do with the fact that we both are crazy about the color purple. Or maybe because we both enjoy cooking and learning about natural remedies. Or maybe it was because she is just a really, really nice person. It was just so easy and comfortable spending time with her and her adorable son and easy-going husband. The yard was full of beautiful flowers and there were hammocks under the trees. Such a peaceful and lovely environment. But yet again, I had to deal with some scary thunder and a few bolts of lightning. My stars I do attract the storms. Despite the threatening storms we had a great time and I love the images I captured. I hope you all enjoy them too. I can’t wait to see you all again when your little girl has arrived. It won’t be long now.
Look how adorable Zach is with that beautiful head of red curls.
Doesn’t she have the perfect belly?
Posted on July 10, 2011
I cannot believe that six months has already passed since I did the newborn photos for this little Miss. Oh how they change in that short time. Now she is sitting and even loving to walk while holding onto mom and dads hands. Poor mom and dad are going to have an early walker on their hands I think. As usual, my summer outdoor sessions always seem to involve some crazy threat of a bad thunderstorm and this time was no exception. We had to take cover as the rain just poured down and the skies were dark. We waited it out though and managed to get some more shots in albeit on some very wet ground. Cayman took it all in stride. She is such a doll baby but no matter what we all did we could not get a big smile out of her. Such a serious little girl when the camera comes out. Still adorable and beautiful though. What a wonderful age six months is! Enjoy this sneak peek of our rainy day mom, dad, and grandparents. Thank you mom for being so well prepared and bringing so many props and darling outfits. And thanks Grandpa for being our chauffeur around the campus.