Take a quick peek at Joe’s four month photos; this little one couldn’t stop smiling! I’ve also created a photo strip collage for my 3-4 month photo sessions (shown below) because I find at this age, they seem to just be figuring out how they can wiggle their little bodies, arms and facial features, so it makes for a nice little snapshot. Joe loved having his arms straight out and those little fingers and toes wouldn’t stop twirling. He was quite adorable.
Recently I photographed Cohen, an adorable little six month old who’s smiles just wouldn’t quit! It was tough editing his session because there were so many smiles to choose from, which is a great problem to have. He was more than willing to sit, turn, tumble and laugh throughout the session while mom, dad and I just enjoyed the show. We even got Cohen’s puppy Cooper in on the action, and he did great too. You can tell those two are going to be best buds for years to come. Enjoy!
Baby Quinn turned six months old recently and I was fortunate enough to photograph this active little man, who did a great job of just being plain ole cute! Those pretty blue eyes were so innocent and we had lots of fun trying out some different angles. We were even able to get in Quinn’s pup Moby at the end of the session…because it always makes for some interesting moments when you’re trying to pose a baby and a dog who both don’t speak English, but I love a challenge.
I’ve been photographing Easton since he was about four months old and he recently turned one. What better way than to celebrate with a little cake smashing!? He’s always been so great in front of the camera with that adorable smile and at this session he was no different. It’s been great to see him grow and it was a lot of fun to watch him celebrate this milestone!
I was playing around with my flash and some new blankets and backdrops the other week when I thought, “I should really grab my new favorite little model while testing out my props.” Avery is 2.5 months old in these photos and is really hitting the stage where he’s just plain wiggly, a photographers dream. Not. But I thought of it as a challenge and away we went.
I let him do his thing while I snapped my camera from all angles. Legs and toes kicked frantically from the excitement of my camera. Or maybe it was my silly baby talk that got him going. I kept telling him I was going to take a bite of one of his chubby little legs, and he thought that was a riot. Either way I think I got a couple keepers. Avery’s also getting good at telling me stories with his little coos and bursts of high-pitched noises, but exactly what those stories are about, we’ll have to wait and see.
I just can’t seem to get enough of these little stubs.