Oh hey! I am still here, I did not get sucked into the dark hole that is fall for photographers! In fact, there has been soooooo much going on over here and I can’t wait to share it. In addition to all the holiday card photos I’m taking of families, I’ve been getting lots of Fall newborn sessions in my studio as well. I wanted to share one with you today because I am just loving the earthy tones of this one! For the rest, you all are going to have to wait a bit though. 🙂 If you haven’t signed up for my newsletter make sure you do that! My subscribers will be the first to know all the things, new offerings, mini sessions, deal, and more!
Am I the only one who feels like they blinked and BAM the year is almost over? I mean time really is fleeting you guys. I am getting ready to send my son off on an airplane to Tampa, by himself. Well, not really by himself he is going with his soccer team but still……. he is TEN! When did he get old enough to travel and stay in a hotel without ME?
Fall Newborn Sessions | Baby A
I feel like just yesterday he was a little tiny human, much like this sweet baby girl. Time flies folks, be mindful to be present in all things. Take a minute and just soak it all in. Make sure you capture (or let me capture it for you!) all of those moments, the tiny hands the amazing head of dark baby hair, the lips, all of it! I know my clients wait to see their blog post so I promise I am going to TRY to be better about blogging my family and fall newborn sessions in a timely fashion. Stay tuned for more!
I feel so fortunate that I get to call this work. Who else gets to wake up every single day and help families celebrate life & love? I love that I get to tell their story. It is incredible to be able to create a moment in amongst all of the chaos that is new parenthood, where new moms and dads can really just focus on that amazing, tiny human that they created. I am pretty lucky if you ask me!
If you are expecting or know someone who is, I would be honored to craft a completely custom portrait experience for you!
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