These sweet little twins arrived well before their due date and by the time I got to them they were just over a month old but still such newborns in their sweet, sleepy and cuddly ways. It is so fascinating to me to see twins together, especially at the newborn stage, when they cuddle up to one another as they are just so accustomed to having done for the past nine months. I can't imagine the lifelong bond they will share. These tiny babies came home to their beautiful big sister, Addison, who loves and kisses them so sweetly. I've loved watching this family grow and continue to be so thankful for the opportunity to be invited into my clients' homes again and again.
I met Casey and Dan on their wedding day which meant I really had no idea what to expect. I couldn't have been more pleased to find such kind and happy people. Casey was so sweet and her entire family had me laughing all day. While it rained for the entire day, and if it stopped we didn't notice, she beamed from ear to ear in spite of it. I loved their attitude and upbeat nature. It was a pleasure working with such a fun group and it was an added bonus that it was as close to home as I've ever worked, ten minutes! I hope you enjoy the photos, I think we made the absolute best of a rainy day and I'm so thankful Casey and Dan were willing to brave the rain for some umbrella photos. I always love the way they turn out.
I met up with Andrea and Brian this past Fall at the John James Audubon Center for Addison's one year session. It's been so fun watching Addison grow up from her newborn and six month portraits and I was lucky enough to see her again a few weeks ago when she became a big sister! I was getting ready to post her little brother and sister on the blog when I realized I never got a chance to post these photos. So, before the twins get any more additional attention....here's Addison! :)
I traveled to Quakertown earlier this month to photograph sweet little Reese. I always tell my clients that newborn sessions can take longer than other sessions because we have to account for time to soothe and feed the babies when they need it. Well, Reese just didn't need it. She was so agreeable from start to finish and made my job so easy. There were lots of little yawns, sneezes and even a few grins. I hope my former tennis teammate, Jan, and her husband, Mike, are pleased with these :) It was so great to connect with you guys and thank you for inviting me into your home to capture such a special time!