Archive for September, 2010

I TOTALLY fell in love with this little munchkin.  (Partly because she reminded me so much of my little one, I’m sure.)  But this little gal was sooo sweet and full of smiles too!  I had a terrible time trying to pick out some favourites, so this is the best I could do.  Here she is, introducing Miss Molly…    

I was holding off on sharing this session from the summer, as Mr and Mrs “R” were off on vacation to celebrate their 35 wedding anniversary.  (Happy belated anniversary!)  But they’re back now, so here you go!

What a fun time this was!  These guys were crazy!!  (I enjoy anyone who loves to be in front of the camera.)  And being that this was my hubby’s family, I brought him along with me to “help”.  Secretly, I kind of liked asking him to do things, and then him actually doing them.  He was a GREAT help though, and you can tell by the beautiful images.  It’s all in the reflector, folks!  🙂

I’m so excited to have the opportunity to show off my images at the 3D Miracles Ultrasound Clinic in Ottawa.  It’s quite amazing to be able to have photos of your baby before they are even born.  The technology is crazy!  If you’re expecting; and are looking for a great place to find out gender, or just to SEE your little one –  the staff at 3D Miracles is awesome!  Be sure to ask about any maternity or newborn specials I may be offering.  I look forward to hearing from you!!

I had so much fun with these guys!  They were up for anything.  Unsure of what to wear, they had a pile of clothes pressed and ready to go.  When Mr. L pulled out a plaid shirt, my immediate thought was: “No way!”  It would be pattern overload!  But as I partnered it up with Mrs. L’s purple top, I thought it really worked for them.  They’re adorable, in fact!  

I usually do a lot of black and whites when it comes to maternity, but these guys rocked in colour!  So there ya go!  🙂

What a wild and wacky bunch these folks were.  We had a grandma, moms, dads, kids, a baby, beautiful location and a partridge in a pear tree.  We did so many combinations of groups, that I just could not post them all. 

But here’s a little tidbit of what happened few weeks ago.  Most importantly we got everyone in a photo together (it was QUITE the task), before the kids ran off anyways.   I’m also glad we did manage to get a four generational shot.  It’s so important to document a growing family…even if some of them are running around like crazy people!  🙂