This sweet little girl had the most beautiful head of dark hair and was such a little angel for her session. There is nothing I enjoy more than working with precious little babies!
I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph these little ladies when they were just a few days old. You can see that session here. During their newborn session one baby was clearly bigger than the other and I could tell them apart. This session was a totally different story. I can’t tell them apart at all anymore! At one point during the session when they were wearing hats, even their mama had them mixed up! What I do know is that they are both gorgeous babies! I can’t wait to see them for their next milestone session.
I have been photographing this little man since he was less than a week old! I can’t believe he’s already celebrating his second birthday. I love watching my little clients grow up
This was a two part session. Due to some crazy March weather we did part of the session indoors and then the rest of the session outdoors when it finally warmed up! Mr. N totally dug being outdoors much better than being indoors as most 2 year olds do!
Mom brought along a fabulous little classic car as a prop for him to hold to go along with the car shirt Dad picked out, however little dude was much more interested in this cool ride.
This little sweetie is from Maryland, but came to see me while visiting family here in Lancaster. I’m so glad she did! She is such a beautiful little girl! She is signed up for our “Watch Me Grow” plan and I am excited to photograph her through the rest of her “babyhood.” Oh how I love watching these little ones grow up! So here she is! Miss A and her sweet mommy and daddy.
I had the honor of photographing this precious little sweetheart when she was 10 days old. Her mom and dad were referred to me by mom’s sister who is also a photographer and they drove for almost an hour and a half to get here, so I felt some extra pressure to do a good job! She was a little angel for her session and I enjoyed every minute of it. Mom & Dad…I hope you love the photos! It was a pleasure meeting you!
This little lady’s gender was a surprise, so when Mom first contacted me she wanted neutral colors to match the Peter Rabbit theme of the nursery.
But it didn’t take long for her to change her mind once she found out she had been blessed with a little girl. Insert some pink…
I’m sure Peter Rabbit has girl friends….
And of course we have to throw in some classic black and whites…