It's baby season! It seems like just about everyone in my world is about to pop! My dear, dear friend Trinity asked me to photograph her this week and what a blessing it was. She's so beautiful always, and she was just radiant for our session. Just a few weeks, and I'll be photographing her precious one - one the outside. (Psssttt - I think it's a boy!).
So, yesterday I went over to see V, a sweet friend that has helped me on a couple of different fundraisers for Kidzu Children's Museum. She just had her first baby, C, a few months before the gala. He's now about six weeks old and what a precious cutie.
There was something about spending time with them that felt very real, very present. The immediacy of a baby's needs made me really feel the weight of each moment in a way I haven't in a while.
And then there was V, so patient, so calm. So much calmer than I was as a first time mom. It was lovely. I hope the photos do them justice.
So, today I went out with little Baby R to Corker Arboretum. What a wonderful age! He's just under a year, not quite pulling up yet, but he was all smiles this afternoon. He just loved playing in the water. I'll be photographing the whole family soon, but it was such fun to have this one on one time with him.
Every now and then you have something that you really, really should have done a long time ago. This is one of them. My dear friend, Danielle Anthony, asked me to photograph her post-wedding party as a favor. She's an amazing photographer and I was so honored that she asked and I was thrilled to do it. Then the holidays happened, spring sprang, and I still hadn't edited her images. She came to visit to me today - pregnant with her first little one - and I realized just how long it's taken me to get these to her. So, in the spirit of better late than never - here's the love that's created the bun in the oven!!!! Congrats you guys! Love you!
I've been keeping up with my daily photos (mostly) but really letting my posts slide. There's some serious catchup to be done, but I'm pretty heavily involved in getting Kidzu Children's Museum's first gala off the ground. More on that later.
We just got back from the Bahamas and I have a ton of photos to post. But these two, I just couldn't wait on. There's just something about seeing him discover the fish in the aquarium at Atlantis. Everything is still magic for this guy - making it magic for me all over again.