What is this?? Blogging three days in a row?? That never EVER happens but I'm trying to make sure all the sessions get blogged for now on. Gotta catch up before all the newborn boys are born this next month. Thus year has been full of boys. It is craziness. Levi was so sweet! He took a little while to get into sleepy mode but once he did, he was golden. Finally got to use the teal knitted sleepy cap that I made.
Taylour and Chris were so fun to be with. They both love fishing and each other so very much. Can't wait to meet their little guy....any day now!!!
Caroline broke my boy streak so I brought out alll the girly things. Finally got to use some sets that had been sitting for a while. Vintage yellow and white doilies, a Mint set and a quilt that I'd been dying to use from Oh Love props. Caroline's big sisters were so sweet and loved their new little sister so much. They watched my every move and told me all about her. Can't wait to see them grow up together.
Noah was the 6th boy in my newborn boy streak. Oh my goodness he was so cuddly and squishy. In every pose, his cheeks over flowed into his hands or arms. Now the question is will he be the end of my boy streak?
This Newborn session was a little different from my norm. I went out to Sir Isaac's home and we did a mix of my normal newborn and then a more relaxed lifestyle version in the comfort of mom and dad's bedroom. I was present during this little guys birth (which will be posted soon ) so it was so nice to be back in and get some newborn snuggles.
Noah did so amazing for his session! Even though he was out of the normal "newborn" stage we got some awesome shots!
I have been on pins and needles wanting to post Gunner's newborn session! Mama had to stay home for a few weeks so it wasn't the usual 1-2 week waiting time. When Gunner and his mama came over for their gallery viewing I was shocked with how much Gunner had grown! I had been editing all these pictures of him where he looked like a newborn and there he was looking like a 3 month old! This is why it's so important to capture their cuddly, squishy newness! It goes by so fast! They will never be that little again.