This little cutie was back for her one year photos. The highlight of course was the cake smash. It was exploding with cuteness for me to watch her devour her cupcake. She didn’t hesitate for a second to begin digging in. Just a few crumbs remained.
Since the weather had been so terrible, dark, and rainy I’ve had many of my sessions postpone in hopes of the sun making an appearance. But this doll could come hang in the studio. So we had no problems capturing her curious nature and that million dollar smile (I had that saying said about my daughter so it makes me laugh inside to write it out with the memory attached to her too).
After a year goes by you see this totally different tiny human arrive. It’s really amazing. One thing remained the same, however, her sweet happy nature and the joy in her mamas eyes as she watches her. I’m sure I have the most obnoxious smile on my smile observing. So pay no attention to my expressions while I photograph you. Inside my head I’m screaming I LOVE MY JOB! Next up are a couple of family sessions. So make sure to come back for a peek.
I was able to photograph this sweetheart thanks to an online referral on a Facebook discussion board for Bellevue. I have no idea who that was, but I am so thankful. I really want to thank all my clients for all their referrals. You guys are so appreciated!! I feel like it’s the absolute best way to find the best clients.
I adore these three. Emma was such a sleepy dream. I love those wrinkled elbows and shoulders. LOVE them! I am really able to get my baby fix with these little tiny humans. The little cries and facial expressions are so sweet. I miss that. So I hope this gives you guys that little “baby fix” as well.
This post is going to be 100% girlie because there were three little princesses at this shoot. Primarily the angel below. So its ok to have a million xoxoxos and sparkles and hearts as I want. If fact, I may just bedazzle the whole post. If you remember my post Meet bun in the oven #3, this is the darling arrival. She is already full of smiles and loves the music of Lady and the Tramp. We had fun with new props and heart-shaped bokeh. What more could a girl ask for?!
For the heart shapes I used this cool thing from The Photojojo store. If you are a camera junkie like me you will love this place.
I can’t wait to see this little lady grow. Before I know it, she’ll be a mover and a shaker like the big sisters are!