I’m not sure how I get so lucky to photograph so many cute little tykes, but this guy has the best smile . . . and don’t even get me started on those amazing locks! #lovemyjob ❤
Children’s portraits should stay simple. It’s about the child, not the elaborate set-up.
Loved meeting these girls. They weren’t entirely sure about this session, and being out in “nature” – lol! – but we still had a great session!When she saw the back of the camera, she said, “Oh!! I LOVE that one of me!” I love seeing girls who feel good about themselves – we need more of that.Big sister wasn’t feeling all that great, but she got excited, too, once she saw how darn cute she was being. 🙂 And we couldn’t leave mom out, of course . . . What a sweet family! Plus, I love how the color combo all came together – good job, mom!
It’s always a pleasure photographing this lovely family. The boys are growing up so fast!This guy can strike a pose like nobody’s business! With little brother not far behind! 😉 Playful parents – playful kids! And that’s a wrap! 🙂
I had the pleasure of meeting Santa before his usual stops on Christmas Eve! The children’s reactions to him was awesome! This little girl and her sis just kept touching him and then grinning as if they couldn’t believe they were with THE. REAL. SANTA! It was precious!This little guy had several heart-to-hearts with Santa, and kept hugging Santa and wishing Santa a Merry Christmas. So sweet! Santa even brought a super adorable service puppy for one of the children! This little girl was just in awe of Santa when he first arrived. That’s mom in the back – storing this moment in the memory bank, I’m sure. 🙂And, of course, the big kids had to get in on some of the fun. I had a little chat with Santa, and I have it on good authority that 2015 is going to be a great year! Happy New Year! 🙂