Here’s a little tribute to some of the wonderful fathers I’ve met and photographed this year! I hope you and all of the dads out there have a wonderful Father’s Day!
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.
Chalkboard Mini Sessions are here! We don’t normally do child sessions in the studio, however after posting these pictures (of my own kiddos) on my personal Facebook page I got so many inquiries about people wanting to have this done with their children, that I decided to offer one day of mini sessions. Mini sessions will take place on Saturday, November 17th. Appointments will start at 9am and will be in 20 minute increments until 2pm. The cost is $60 ($50 for each additional child) and this will include 3 digital images on a disc (6 images for 2 children, etc.) One of the three images will include a “favorites” list. This mini session is for any child ages 3 months and up. To snag your spot please email me at email@example.com.
We are finally all moved in to our new house in Mount Joy! It feels great! There are still boxes that need unpacked and some final touches that need to take place, but I am loving having a dedicated home studio space. I had my first two sessions in it last week and can’t wait to share some new work with you all! But for now, here’s just one of my little lady. I swear she’s 4 going on 14…
I don’t often share pictures of my own family here, but I thought I’d share these with you all. Earlier this summer we had the opportunity to head up to Northern PA and stay at my family’s cabin. The weather up there is a few weeks behind ou weather here, so while we were there blueberries were still in season! We found a local farm with a great big blueberry patch (blueberry patch? Or is it blueberry field? Whatever it is technically, there were a whole bunch of blueberry bushes and tons of blueberries ripe for the picking!) My kids had so much fun! I thought we’d have a bunch of blueberries for the freezer to enjoy this winter, but apparently I underestimated the amount of blueberries these two little creatures can suck down in a week’s time! We will be back next year and we will be filling many more buckets!