This was supposed to be Cayden's two-year photo shoot but it turned more into an Isom family session because although Cayden is still just as cute as he's always been, he's WAYYY more energetic and I couldn't run fast enough (through really tall grass) to stay far enough ahead of him:) I had to enlist the help of mom and dad to hold him or hold his hands just to keep him still enough for me to grab some cute pictures of this super cute kid!
It's always fun catching up with them, I've had many shoots with them and look forward to capturing many more good memories of their family!
Keep smiling, keep running, keep sticking that cute tongue out when you throw your head back laughing, you are absolutely perfect and SO loved exactly the way you are, little guy.
I met Ella's mom a couple weeks before when I photographed her adorable twin babies. I wasn't able to keep my image count down with them, and that trend continued with their beautiful, spunky, sassy, energetic, full of life big sister, Ella:)
Ella will be 8 soon and is being baptized so I was asked to take some pictures to memorialize this special time in her life. It was wonderful to see her interact with her family, in the short hour that I spent with her I could tell what a wonderful sister and friend she is to her siblings.
At the end of the session she said something to the effect of, "If I keep doing all these poses I'm going to forget how to stand for softball!" With that statement (and a laugh) pictures were a wrap.
Thank you, Ella, for being an all-star poser and cooperator!
Oh my goodness, did I mention her hair. I'm sooo in love with it, sigh.
I met Jenn at the local children's museum the day I found out I was pregnant with my second. Since then I've come to know her well and find out what an amazing woman she is. I am truly blessed to call her my friend. I loved getting to meet and snuggle with little Abram, he is the perfect addition to their darling family!
I had a last minute shoot with these two beautiful, sweet, and perfect babies. We had to squeeze them in fast since they were already a month old (born at 36 weeks). I was a little nervous since I don't take newborns past 2 weeks, but twins are a little different:) I'm so glad I did, the pictures turned out amazing (so much so that I pretty much doubled the normal number of pictures I typically give) and Jack and Lucy were absolutely PERFECT! Mom was a HUGE help, too! Thank you, Amber for trusting me to capture this innocent beautiful stage. And thank you to those who referred her:) I hope you all enjoy the cuteness that follows!