This is the hardest blog post I have ever put together. Because I'm combining six sessions into one sneak peak! This time of the year is always super busy, and with two kiddos of my own at home, it's easy to get behind. I'm doing my best to catch up, and part of it is to shorten the length of my blog posts. I've had to make myself only show 2 images from most of the sessions. Ugh! It's so hard though b/c I love sharing all of my beautiful clients with you!
These are all sessions from the last week or so:
Perhaps waiting the longest on their preview is little 3 month, Knox.
I have to take just a second to talk about this family. I met them at my Halloween mini sessions at Tiaras and Tadpoles in McMinnville. Of course, I immediately fell in love with the boys and their red hair! Then, they came back a few weeks later for my Holiday sessions at Tiaras and Tadpoles. The boys were so excited to see me! We even played Duck, Duck, Goose after we were done! Mom booked a family session last week, and I was so excited! The reason why - these boys are WILD and CRAZY and FUN!! They have so much energy - they run everywhere and never slow down. But they are so good for me. In the midst of all their running around, all I have to do is ask them to do something, and they immediately do it! They are WONDERFUL!!!
Oh, and did I mention how well Mom always does with their outfits???
Mom and Dad - thanks for letting me shoot your ADORABLE boys!
And here is why I love them:
The monster face that Lucas must make in between takes!
I met the next sweet kiddos a year ago when Ian was turning two and Mom was just barely pregnant with Anna Kate. Then we met up again for Anna Kate's newborn session.
I believe I have found my next HUGE canvas sample. This is one of my most favorite images in a long, long time! Anna Kate - you are stunning!
Then, on to a newborn session with sweet little Ike.
Next, a very fun one year old, Ben.
We ended his session with a very messy cake smash!
Finally, Ryan came back to see me for his 9 month session. He was so, so good. I think we were done in 30 minutes!
Why should you invest in custom portraiture?
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Posted by Heather Latimer at 3:35 PM