Check out this little cutie who was in my studio at the end of 2015. Bennett turned 6 months old and happily flashed several of his adorable smiles and smirks in front of my lens. He also thoroughly enjoyed becoming a life-size present for the holiday portion of our photo session!
Wyatt’s recent photo session came in time to capture fall leaves and colors, and it was also just in time to capture that six month old smile of his which gets sweeter every month. We started the session off and got hit with a few rain drops, but it cleared up pretty quickly and we were back to business…and by business I mean cuteness. I can really start to see his dad in that little guy and I can’t wait to see a little more independence and personality show through at nine months.
A six month old Abigail came ready for her photos in her pink headband and tutu, and I think it’s safe to say girls in tutus have more fun! She had a great time rolling around in all that poof which made my job easy. Then we headed out to the park for some fun shots with her big brother and family. It was one of the last beautiful days of summer before fall rolled in, so it made for a perfect photo shoot day. Check ’em out!
I met up with little Joe again, but this time for his six month photos and he definitely gave me some adorable faces. Mom said he was only able to squeak in a 20 minute nap before his session, but he did excellent regardless! His “go-getter” personality is so fun to watch and he’ll definitely be interesting to see once he gets up on two feet. I can’t wait for that day, but until then, enjoy!
I’ve been MIA for a few weeks due to my MacBook Pro laptop deciding it couldn’t put on any more miles or my abuse…it had seen its last photo in Photoshop and said goodbye. So I parted ways and I come to you from my shiny new Mac! With that said, I give to you a few of my favorite photos from Carlie’s 6 month photo session. She was a peach to work with as a newborn and once again, she gave me smiles and poses while mom and I let her do her thing in front of the camera. Rolling, sitting, and twirling on her tummy…they do grow fast. Enjoy!