Well, here’s that family again!!! The ones where I photographed their engagement session… And the ones where I then was the mistress of ceremonies for their wedding…And the ones where I then photographed them as a new family of three and then scheduled Christmas sessions and annual birthday sessions for their daughter and then photographed their pregnancy announcement last year… Yeah that family. Well this sweet family has grown by 2 hearts, 20 fingers + 20 toes because they just welcomed twins into their world!!
We schedule Jack and June’s newborn session for a chilly weekend just after they arrived home. Much to our surprise, that was the same weekend that about a foot of snow made an appearance in the Northern Neck!! So, we rescheduled their session for a few days after the snow storm!
Like all newborn sessions, I worked with these sweet babies in the comfort of the families home. I arrived at their home and naturally gravitated to the window with the best lighting! I set up and began preparing for June’s session first. She was such a sleepy little soul! Next was Jack’s turn! He was a tad bit more curious and kept a watchful eye open a majority of the time!!
Soon after their individual shots, it was time for a feeding so I walked outside with their big sister, Mary, to laugh and play and snap a few photos of her! She had been such a good sport considering that my attention had been focused on the babies all morning so I loved the opportunity to show her some love!!
We walked back inside to check on the babies and then moved forward with images of the twins together!!! (Um, cuteness overload- for sure!!! Just wait until you see!!!) The session finished with Mary holding on to her sweet new brother and sister and my heart had officially melted enough that day!! 🙂
I love being able to build a relationship with my clients. I love that through this business, friends have become clients and clients become friends and either way- I love them all the same!! Being a part of people’s lives and documenting these life changing moments for them is not something to be taken lightly… I am being trusted to document the family’s history in the making and that my friends, is so much more than just clicking a button on the camera!