Sometimes I get so behind on blogging recent photos, that I think... maybe I'll just do a mishmash post of a bunch of favorites from the past 10 photo sessions. Sounds easy right? Then I start digging through recent photos and my complete indecisive nature takes over and I can't even chose which photos to feature from which family session. So instead, I'm taking a moment to give this too-beautiful-for-words family their own blog feature - again. And there's a reason for it. We first met Noah almost two years ago (as seen HERE)... and since then, I've taken some quick shots for holidays, carried my camera along for a few candids here and there, etc... but it wasn't until this December, that I got to do a whole full session again with these guys. It was my last session in 2012 and a great way to close out the year. Noah will be 2 in May (TWO!), which of course is going to call for another set of photos - so I definitely had to make sure to get these up here first. These were taken in Tree Tops Park in Davie, on a hot but perfectly-partly-cloudy South Florida "winter" evening.PS - I dare you to not fall in love with these curls.
Remember this face? Almost exactly one year ago, I spent the day with Jordan and his parents at Volunteer Park in Sunrise (seen HERE), shortly after his first birthday... which would make him two now. Yep, I can also do math. This time, we met at Fort Lauderdale beach - by the South Beach Park and the Sheraton Hotel, aka Yankee Clipper. You might notice that Jordan had a wardrobe change halfway through the session... well, actually it was probably more like 15 minutes into the session. Two year olds are always drawn to the ocean. Pretty instantly. I usually save the 'let the kids get wet and messy' photos for the end, but in this case, it was a nice start to a BEAUTIFUL morning in South Florida. I smiled the entire time I was editing this set - Jordan's smile is still very much contagious. Love catching up with this family every year... by next session, this family of three will be a family of four!
I spent this past Saturday morning with this adorable family on Dania Beach. Heather is expecting her second child and wanted to do something a little different than the typical studio maternity photos this time, so we did a full family session. When we met at the beach, I gave them one important instruction... to simply have fun - I was just going to hang around to document it. Two year old Ava must have heard me loud and clear, because she seemed to have a blast from start to finish. I can almost hear her laugh coming through some of these images. You can definitely tell she's excited to be a big sister!I had such hard time narrowing down my favorites, but here are just a few...