This handsome peanut was an honor to capture, and it was a joy, as always, to spend time with his sweet family again. Theodore was a perfect little model, as you can see. And something about him in blue…lovely <3
Not many newborns are blessed with a big sister as eager and loving as Natalie. But Juliana hit the jackpot. Seeing these two together made me quite sentimental. They are going to have so many wonderful moments to cherish.
Amelia’s soft smile in this first image makes it a my “session favorite”. Her expressions has me wondering if she’s dreaming about snuggles with Mom, kisses from Dad, love from her big sister, all of the above? Absolutely content! This little beauty was such a pleasure to capture. Sweet dreams, always, Amelia!
This is Delphine. She is as beautiful as her name. Adorable smiles, precious in blue, delicate in pink, and perfectly mushable! <3 She was a treat to capture and it was a joy to work with her and her family!
Some itty bittys steal a piece of your heart from the moment you lay eyes on them. Harper did just that. Isn’t she precious? Adored her and her family!
This family has been gracing my studio with the most wonderful vibe for years now. To capture beautiful Miss Evelyn was an incredible honor, but also a true joy. Thank you, A. family!
This little smirk makes me wonder what she was thinking. Planning something sneaky with her siblings? HeheheThis happened. How? Simply put, this family is loving, calm, respectful, and GORGEOUS! I must have checked the back of my camera 10 times to see if I was imagining things. One photoshop tweak was all this took! <3
Beautiful Miss Evelyn had me grinning ear to ear with her sweet face, mushy posable self and ah-dorable fuzzy hair! It is always an honor to capture a new soul, and Evelyn was no exception.
Couldn’t get more picture perfect than these three together. Those smiles…Absolute dolls!!!
Miss Gwen seems to have been born with grace and femininity. She was a dream, and an honor, to capture!
Here’s a truth – when a newborn photographer looks through the lens and sees “eye contact”, they squeal inside. ;)