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I’ve been saying I was going to do
for a while.
But I didn’t think it would take me quite this long to get it together:)
I’ve teamed up with another great photographer,
Jennifer Simpson Photography,
and with both of us putting our heads together
we are going to ROCK this!
There’s only limited availability,
so reserve your spot today!
I’m a firm believer that everything happens for a reason.
This session is one of those instances where I was meant to be their photographer.
No one else.
It started with a phone call coming in into my landline. I don’t answer the landline anymore.
It’s actually hooked to a fax machine and the main ringer turned off so I rarely even hear it anymore.
When I do hear it – I ignore it – except this time. It was meant to be.
The call was from this mom – saying Cori had sent her to me (thanks, Cori). That she had already had another photographer picked out
for the job – but was calling me just because. It was meant to be.
She told me that she was almost 40 and her only child, a son, is 9 (instant chills – my exact story in 2 years). It was meant to be.
She wanted me to capture her and her son – their friendship, their laughter, their love – as her
40th birthday present to herself. I’m almost in tears. It was meant to be.
I assured her she came to the right place. I WAS the photographer for her. I wanted this for her
as much as I would want this for myself.
It was awesome. Everything I could want it to be.
The weather was perfect. The tide was perfect. The North End was gorgeous.
Their relationship…………….much like mine and my sons. I’m doing this for me one day, soon.
It was meant to be.
Moms, please take time to celebrate yourself. Please take time to have portraits done WITH your children.
Contact me so I can make it happen for you. It would be the perfect gift to yourself.
This is a picture heavy post – get a cup of coffee – and enjoy!
Mini-sessions are the best way for families to get quick updated portraits.
While not quite as in depth and not nearly as many connections as I get with a full session,
I’m always pleased at the end of the day.
These are crazy fun sessions.
The other thing I love about these sessions are the history I have with these families.
Each one of my families that I’m sharing today has been photographed by me before.
I love, love, love seeing them again. I love watching their children grow up behind my lens.
I met this family last year when Hampton wasn’t even standing well on his own.
Mom had missed one of my breastfeeding sessions so hired me for a family mini-session followed by a breastfeeding session, too.
I just love how animated Hampton is.
I don’t think I blogged his last session:(
This family is one of my most loyal customers. She first hired me when I was JUST starting out – 5 years ago.
Our first session Julian was only about 6 months old. It was a VERY cold beach session.
Over the years I’ve really gotten to watch them grow up. It’s the highlight of my year!
Here’s an old post from when she was pregnant with Elsa
This year I was able to squeeze in some of mom and her kids – Ulrica – you are just radiant!
I photographed the boys for the first time last year. I met mom through my very awesome dentists, Karen and Brent of Bush Family Dentistry.
The office staff bought a gift certificate from me for them for a gift 3 Christmas’ ago (how cool is that?)
And I’ve been with the family ever since!
I was so happy that mom and dad jumped in on this session. I LOVE seeing families together.
I don’t know if I ever blogged their session last year (I was getting slack then)
Cori and I have known each other for a long time. We were pregnant with our boys at the same time.
In fact they are exactly 1 month apart in age.
I photographed the family just before Cori and Dan got married (one of my favorite sessions ever – check it out HERE)
and just the boys last year. It’s great seeing them all together!
Oh, and if you’re looking to buy/sell a house – check out Cori - soon you’ll even see a new headshot from this session:)
I was in contact with this mom while she was pregnant with her twins. They just celebrated their 3rd birthday
and I love photographing them each year. We’ve done full sessions and minis over the years.
Our last full session we did using Grandma’s field in Southport – such an awesome location.
The year prior to that – they weren’t even sitting up on their own – we met just before Orton Plantation closed.
We’re already in the planning phases of a “Day-in-the-Life” session – can’t wait for that!
And folks – please leave comments! Not only do the families love it – but it actually helps me
reach out to new families. It makes me more searchable
and google likes it:) So, thanks in advance for comments.
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I’ve been fielding a lot of e-mails and phone calls from parents wanting last minute sibling portraits
and family portraits for Christmas cards and gifts. I have something up my sleeve Nov 27-Dec 2.