Hello friends! I have ‘Strawberry Fields Forver’ in my head while going through these pictures 😉 My friend Meredith told me about a small local farm where you can go pick strawberries so Davis and I went out there this past Friday. I wasn’t sure if he would really care about it but he loved it! And this kid…his love for strawberries/blueberries/blackberries is unreal. Kid can inhale some fruit. We had such a great time. I know my mom is espeically going to love these pictures. When I was a little girl I had a little bouncy seat with strawberries all over it and she has many pictures that my dad took of me in that seat chowing down with strawberries all over my face.
I seriously can’t get enough of this child. He has me totally wrapped around his finger. Can’t believe he’s a big 2 year old now. Whew. I know I will treasure these pictures 🙂
Who wants to meet us for a strawberry picking photo shoot soon?! 🙂 Would be such a cute spot for a family session!
Also…check out those last 2 pictures haha! As a photographer, I really hate to ever ask a child to smile and you will never hear us telling a child to ‘Say cheese!’ You just get forced smiles…but lately we’ve been asking Davis to ‘Smile for MawMaw’ (he calls my mom that)…and we get this hilarious face and I love it. 🙂
Yup. We document everything. I know it’s part the fact that we’re first time parents and part that we’re photographers. It’s too important to us not to capture every tiny little milestone. And I have no shame in that 🙂 I know he’ll hate us for it for a while and then later he’ll love it.
You see- haircuts for boys in our family rarely happen. We’re more shaggy hair lovers than clean cut 😉 But the other day we met up with our friend Adrienne and her little boy Collier and I officially realized our child looked like a hippie. So off we went yesterday to get Davis a little trim. We went to a cute little kids’ salon in Franklin. It was a fun experience for sure but I’m thinking next time this momma might be cutting his hair instead. I’m too picky. We didn’t really get a great after shot of the new ‘do’. It’s too short in my opinion in the front but I know it will grow out…and probably very soon seeing how this little guy has a LOT of hair.
Happy Friday everyone!
Happy Good Friday everyone! 🙂 We’re excited for the Easter weekend but wishing the weather was going to be nicer!
We are so proud to share a recent Day in the Life session we did with the East Family today 🙂 This type of session is is near and dear our hearts and now that we have sweet little Davis in our lives we really see the importance of these pictures even more. As Davis nears his 1st birthday I find myself looking back on the past year and it is a total whirlwind. How in the world did this go by so quickly!? I remember this time last year feeling so ready for him to arrive and then all of a sudden he was here and he completely changed our lives.
It goes by so fast.
Everyone says it- don’t blink because it goes by so fast. And I truly didn’t understand that until we had a baby of our own. They are only tiny for so long and they change so quickly. All of these moments with him as a little one, watching him learn and discover things each day- it’s so important to capture this!
We were thrilled when the East family wanted to do a Day in the Life session with us. We did Avery’s 1st birthday pictures last year and had such a great time. She’s hilarious and not afraid of anything 🙂 I loved getting to hang out with this family again and just let Miss Avery do her thing.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Day in the Life Photography, here’s a little info!
What are Day in the Life sessions like?
These sessions are perfect for a family with small children. You’ve done the typical family session and you’re looking for something different. The unposed, playing with your children kind of pictures (although we do a lot of this in our regular family sessions) at your house with no rules. Children are encouraged to just play and be themselves and parents are encouraged to relax and just have fun with your kids! We stay in the background as much as possible and just capture your family as you are. No ironing the kids clothes, no bribing the kids to ‘smile at the camera’. These sessions typically take about 2-3 hours. We plan them around playtime, lunchtime/dinnertime and we focus on capturing your day to day life as a family. Reading stories, playing outside, eating together, bedtime & bathtime. All of those moments make up your real life and we believe they deserve to be captured. These sessions make perfect pictures for a gorgeous album of your family. Years down the road when the kids are off to school and you’re remembering the sweet time you had with them as babies, you will not regret investing in these pictures.
Interested in hearing more details and scheduling your own session? Email us!! firstname.lastname@example.org
A Day in the Life of the East Family…
Where is Avery? 😉
There she is! 🙂