I’ve had quite a string of non-sleepy newborns lately, but Mr. K was my one exception! He was such a good sleeper for me. I was so excited to see this antique doll carriage when I walked into the house.
Baby M was a whopping 12 pounds, 1 ounce at birth. Go back and read that again. Yup, I said TWELVE pounds, one ounce. God bless his momma. 🙂
Not only is he my biggest newborn to date, he’s also my strongest. He really gave me a run for money to get him into position. But we were able to get some great shots of this perfect guy.
Congratulations R Family! He is just precious. 🙂
I had such a busy fall season, some of my sessions went without being blogged. The G Family was one of those. Christine and I met when our daughters (now 3 years old) were only about 5 months old. We’ve both since added little brothers to the mix (hers are less than a year apart!). I wasn’t sure how it would go with two toddlers, but the kids were terrific! Like seriously awesome. I only had to bribe them with candy a few times. 🙂
I first met Kalie and Chris 2.5 years ago when I photographed Grant and Gwenyth’s wedding. At the time, Kalie told me, they were not even close to getting married, but she picked up one of my cards, saw my work, loved it, and kept my card. Then, when she did get engaged, she called me up! Come to find out, I also photographed another one of their groomsmen’s weddings.
Here’s a little flashback to Kalie and Chris circa 2008
You really couldn’t have asked for a better January day for their wedding. Snow covered all the trees and we even had a few light flurries throughout the day. Kalie looked beautiful and the whole day went off without a hitch! Big thanks to Jenn Glasser for shooting with me (several of the images on here are hers)
Ceschaphe looked amazing, as usual.
I got an email this morning from a snowed-in bride anxious to see some wedding pics. I’m on my way out the door to take my kids roller skating, but here are two quick images to tide you over till I finish you whole sneak peek. 🙂