The annual Mommy & Me / Daddy & Me sessions have been growing in popularity year after year. This is my third year offering these, and with over 13 families, booking 16 sessions, I would say they were a resounding success! Everyone was so very pleased with their time spent in the studio & the resulting images. Due to the sheer number of images I wanted to share here (over 100!!), I had to break this post into 4 different blog posts. This is Part 2, check back every few days to see the remaining families as well! Enjoy!
I just met this beautiful family when I sent out a model call in January for maternity sessions in the deep Mt. Lemmon snowfall in January. Ashley was one of many ladies who answered the model call, but due to illness, conflicting schedules, and weather conditions, we weren’t able to get the snowy maternity pictures – however, we did get some amazing windswept maternity pictures on lower Mt. Lemmon in February. I am so glad we persevered & were able to find something that would fit into our schedules! Check out her beautiful maternity session here!
And again, these ladies knocked this Mommy & Me session out of the park, with one of my favorite Mommy & Me sessions of the season!
These boys are something else! They were such an adorable riot during Ashley’s maternity session, and again they showed up with such lively spirit. It was so much fun playing with them in my studio this spring!
These two couldn’t have been sweeter! It was such a joy meeting this Momma & her little one for the first time, and being able to capture their love & devotion to each other in such a meaningful way! I hope to see much more of these two in the future!!
I first met these cute little twinsies & their parents in December for a last minute fall family session before Christmas. These two are so full of personality, but I think they might have remembered me from our trip into Sabino Canyon in the fall, because almost from the start they had no interest in playing with me or their Dad in front of the camera. Finding belly buttons was the only sure fire way to get them both to smile. Maybe next time I should have them find Daddy’s belly button?! 🙂
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