Posts Tagged ‘Nepean children’s photography’

It’s incredible how big these kids are getting!! They have changed so much in only a year.  You can start to see their little goofy personalities more and more.  I laughed so hard when they were fighting over what they wanted to sit on.  Of course, they chose the SAME seat.  So the little girl distracts her brother with something, and then takes her spot on the box that she wanted all along.  Haha!  She knows how this sibling thing works. Winking smile

sibling love

little girl

goofy guy

family time

I know we’re going to be discussing Christmas deadlines very soon.  But there is still time to squeeze in a session.  Please contact me to reserve: info@k-photo.ca I look forward to hearing from you! Smile

-Kim

Every year I attempt to take the kids out for some fall photos so we can send them off in our Christmas cards, for gifts and all that fun stuff.  And every year it gets a little more difficult. Unfortunately they usually get left to the last minute when it’s cold, and there are no coloured leaves.  But that’s the way it is.  I was happy with this years bunch though.  But for anyone that thinks that photographers must have a ridiculous amount of awesome photos of their kids….think again.  These outtakes speak for themselves. Smile with tongue out

cranky kids

And yes, I asked her to push her glasses up – that’s what I got.

Still taking advantage of the last little bit of Fall.  Please contact me to book your session: info@k-photo.ca.  And of course, keep up with what’s going on by following K Photo and Design on Facebook or Twitter!

– Kim

Record snowfall AND a snowday?  The perfect opportunity to bribe my children to venture out into this winter wonderland.  Sitting at my desk watching those perfect fluffy snowflakes fall, I knew we had to hurry up to get out there.  Kids…not so fast, OR enthusiastic as I was.  I’m waiting for them at the door with my gear as they are getting ready.  I yell up at them “HURRY UP!!  YOU’RE MISSING IT!!!!”  My son wanders over to the door and says “Wow, Mom.  You are clearly insane.”  Haha!  And that’s what you have to do sometimes to get those perfect shots.  Oh, and offer donuts.  Smile

hugs

kids in the snow

snowy day

snow kisses

 

sibling love

Snow fight

snowday

winter wonderland

Okay, clearly I had a little trouble in choosing my favourites. Snow had stopped by the time we had found a location we could park at.  As most parking lots were not cleared at all.  But just as we were about to leave the snow started up again.  So I did manage to get a few with the snow actually falling.  So I’m pretty happy about that.  Although, I just love shooting in fresh snow.  It’s a beautiful backdrop for sure!

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– Kim

A bit of a personal post today.  But this fall my gal made the decision that she wanted to chop off her hair and donate it to make wigs for cancer patients. I think she was a bit tired of me combing through the knots…haha!  But still, a pretty good deed I thought.  When she came to me with this idea; I told her to sleep on it.  She’d been growing that mop for a while now; and it would definitely take a while for it to grow back.  I needed to make sure she had thought this all through.  But every day she came to me “Mom, did you make the appointment yet?”  (I think it was ME that was having more of a problem with this plan than she was.  She had her mind made up!)  So I made the appointment.  We went to The Hair Bar in Kanata.  They were AMAZING!  My daughter said she felt like a movie star.  Haha!  (She could definitely get used to being pampered.)  So off it went – all 13 inches of it!  And somehow she came out looking about 5 years older!!  I did NOT sign up for that!  Haha!   She did love her new haircut.  And today, loves it the same.  Her ponytail was sent off to Pantene Beautiful Lengths.  Super easy to do.  (We just received a letter of thanks yesterday.)  The Canadian Cancer Society will then in turn give these real hair wigs out to women going through cancer treatments that would otherwise not be able to afford something like that.

long hair

hair donation

the cut

short hair

My gal was very proud to have made a contribution.  But has been on the lookout to see if she can see anyone that might be wearing her hair. Winking smile

– Kim

I have seen these “babies” grow since they were only 5 days old.  So much fun to see them again and again; they definitely keep me on my toes.  SO full of energy!!  I have no idea how mom keeps up with them!  But the giggles….man the GIGGLES!!!  One would start and then the other one would get going.  It was infectious!! Open-mouthed smile

Cuties

boy and a berry

cool girl

look at my shoe

family

Fall mini sessions are such a great way to update your family photos.  If you would like to be added to my list for next year, please contact me.  info@k-photo.ca

– Kim

It’s been a few years since I’ve seen these cuties.  But my oh my…how they have changed from their newbie and even their one year sessions!! They were so cute and chatty.  I love hearing kids little stories.  They have such a neat perspective on the world.  And they always keep me laughing!!   Smile

twins

boy in fall leaves

hugs

girl in hat

Christmas deadlines are fast approaching.  If you’re thinking of re-ordering some past photos for gifts, please contact me as soon as possible!

– Kim

I was packing up some of the kids old books just last week and came across one of their little board books about a monkey, called HUG.  Well, I guess it was fresh in my mind when I saw this image.  I just adore these little munchkins!! And since I’ve made these fall mini sessions an annual thing…Mom and Dad find an excuse for me to see them at LEAST once a year.  They’ve changed so much from just last yearSmile

sibling cuddles

sister

brother

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– Kim

Well…we survived the first days of school!  Yay!

My big guy was excited to go back and see all his friends again.  Going into Grade 4, he’s in a different part of the school with a different part of the yard to play (or hang out) in.  He has many teachers, and transfers from class to class at times.  He definitely feels like he owns the school now!

Fourth Grade

And my baby girl has started Junior Kindergarten.  I can hardly believe it!  But we survived the first day – BOTH of us.  No tears at all.  (Which was good…because if she would have started, it would have been all downhill from there.)  She was very brave and walked into that classroom with her head held high, grabbed the teachers hand and went to put her stuff away.  Her stories of the day were so funny.  And BOTH of them were talking my ear off on the way home!  Smile

Junior Kindergartener

It’s always a little bittersweet to see summer end and school start up again.  I hope all you parents have survived like me!!  Smile

– Kim

Gotta love this rebellious, uncooperative stage.  Well, at least I HOPE it’s a stage!  It’s like pulling teeth to try to get my son to agree to let me take his photo.  (Usually it’s the back of his head I get.)  But since everyone went crazy over the adorable photos of his sister, I think he was a little jealous.  So that, coupled with a chance to ride the city bus somewhere cool…he agreed.

Although trying to get him on his own was another challenge.  Lil’ sis kept jumping in and trying to hog the spotlight!  I finally got her to help me by telling jokes.  I don’t know who was laughing more!  (If you know what 4 year old jokes are like.)

I MAY be a little biased….but there are so many cute ones, I really have no idea what I’m going to do with them all!  But believe me, they will not sit on my computer.  I always make a point of printing for my photo albums, and then some definitely go in frames.  Open-mouthed smile

a big deal

cute boy

Mr green eyes

kids in graffitiI hope everyone is enjoying this warm summer weather.  Great time to update your kids photos too!  Please contact me to book your session.

– Kim

I took my gal out to capture her 4 year old portrait a few weeks ago.  She insisted she needed to wear that sparkly skirt (it’s her fave!).  And we thought we’d try to find some pink trees.  We didn’t have very much luck; but did manage to find a couple.  I was going to keep the photos to myself, but I was so proud how they turned out.  It’s true that photographing your own kids is terribly hard work.  (That’s why most people hire other people to do it!)  She’s at that stage where she refuses to look at the camera, and is most often just a blur.  This is totally her and her spunky little self, and I love it!  Smile

pink trees

little girl

smiles

Booking sessions for cuties all summer long!  Contact me at info@k-photo.ca to reserve your spot!  Smile

– Kim