Though this session was nearly a year ago, it still remains one of my most favorite sessions of recent times. This mama was past her due date at this session, and was still more than willing to traipse all over the park and nurse her 3 (yes! 3!) children. These photos remind me that women are warriors, even when doing what seems to be so mundane and normal to us. I hope you love these images as much as I do! And I hope that you take the time to capture your mundane and normal, even if it's with a cell phone. Our memories are so precious and should be kept forever.
Here is info on my 2017 mini sessions! Fall minis in October, and holiday minis in November! Both locations are gorgeous and worthy of family portraits! Fee includes 1 8x10 heirloom print and 2 digital files. Additional items may be purchased at your in person ordering appointment (to take place in Seymour within 2 weeks of session date). Don't hesitate to book! Email me today to save your time slot; email@example.com. Addresses for locations will be provided closer to the session dates. October's minis will take place in Orange, CT, and November's will be at a tree farm in Newtown, CT. Rain dates are the following day. Hope to see lots of old and new faces this year!
Earlier in the summer, I put out a model call for a documentary maternity session; specifically looking for a couple expecting their first child. Erica was one of the respondents, and after meeting with her and her husband, I knew they were perfect. On the day of their session, I hung back while they organized all of their sweet baby's clothes and gadgets. It was so fun to watch them interact and bond over this special moment, knowing in just a few weeks, they would be 3! Enjoy a few images from their session; and I look forward to sharing some video clips in the future too!
Keep your eyes out for their newborn session, which will come to the blog soon!
Kim responded to a model call for a newborn herbal bath session while she was pregnant with her fourth baby (I seem to be attracting the 4th time mamas lately!). Herbal baths are a great way to get some sweet, intimate portraits of your new baby. I find that of all the sessions I do, this is the most relaxing kind (I mean, who wouldn't be able to relax in a nice warm herbal bath??). It forces mama to sit back and relax, and most of the time, baby is more than happy to return to a warm watery environment. Baby boy didn't totally love his bath, but he did sure love nursing while snuggling his mama in the warm tub. Enjoy some favorites from their session!
I've known Alyssa for about 2 years, I met her when I was pregnant with my littlest babe and she encapsulated my placenta for me (shh, you aren't allowed to say that's gross!). We became fast friends, and she's been wanting to snag some family photos so we met up at the most gorgeous park in Woodbury and got some really beautiful images! Her little family is so sweet, and I hope you enjoy looking at their photos as much as I enjoyed working on them!