It seems the social media world needs a bit of a pick-me-up. Friends, let me help out! If you aren’t smiling at the end of this post, I’ll give you your money back. 🙂 But seriously, this sweet family knows how to PLAY! So many giggles and games and just plain fun! Who says you can’t play when you’re all dressed up?
Loved this family session focused on their first baby, this adorable little chubby cheeked, wide-eyed love bug named Emma. The days are SHORT in October with the sun setting on the earlier part of the 4:00 hour. In order to sqeak some nice light out of the days, we ended up doing two half-sessions on two different days to work with Jerod’s and Rita’s work schedules. Having the ability to do an outdoor session as well as an in-home session was a huge bonus to our creative scheduling and I love all that we captured here. Welcome to the world, Baby Emma! You are loved!
Has it really been this longgg since my last blogpost?! Yikes! I’m beginning to come to terms with the reality that from early Fall through the holidays, my business is slammed and because of my commitment to my clients for a quick turn around time, I may or may not keep up with my blog during this season. And at the end of the day, I’m okay with that. I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing, making my clients happy and balancing my family life. No regrets! That being said, I am READY to share with you what I’ve been up to! Let’s start with this gorgeous Spring session from Phoenix. (Been keeping this under wraps per client request until their Christmas card came out.)
This happens to be my best friend in the whole wide world and her family. She included her mom in the shoot and I’m so glad she did. This whole family is so special to me and photographing them at this gorgeous Scottsdale resort at sunset was a dream. (Nevermind that I lost my wallet on this shoot and spent 45 minutes panicked that I wouldn’t be able to get back on the plane with my ID gone!! Luckily for me, many inquiries later, we found a staff person who had picked it up! Thank you, Jesus!)
And now, the photos . . . enjoy!