We survived the Charleston heat and I almost hired my first intern. Little sis was such a big helper!
Every session with her gets better and better. She is the happiest girl you've ever met!
I think this was my fourth session with this family. When we first started working together, we had to prop this little guy in a basket because he couldn't even sit yet. I'm pretty sure I hit my step count for the day after his session. We spent the morning running around Hampton Park looking at ducks, climbing light posts and sitting in oak trees. I love this family so much and it's been so fun to watch these kids grow up!
Dancing on the cobblestone and lots of tickling - the BEST way to spend a Sunday evening.
My son turned 4 in April so it was finally time to get his birthday pictures done. I couldn't settle on a location so I promised him a bunch of treats and we hit three charming spots.
Our first stop was the Market downtown for ice cream and horses.
Then we headed over to Mt. Pleasant. Our first stop was at the Pitt Street Bridge. After walking up and down the path, we had about 30 minutes left before the sun would set so we raced over to Shem Creek Park for a little dolphin watching.
It was such a good, classically Charleston, evening. And to all of my clients who feel bad about bribing their children in front of me. Let me just tell you, L had ice cream and a cookie for dinner.
What he wore:
L's first outfit was a simple cotton t-shirt from Baby Gap and a pair of khaki shorts from Target.
The lobster shirt is from J. Crew Factory and his red shorts are from Janie and Jack Outlet.
Woohoo! The weather is warming up, the flowers are blooming and I get to chase cute kids around again!
There was a surprise proposal behind us, a man with bagpipes and -20 degree wind chills (slight exaggeration, but it was COLD) but these two had an amazing maternity session last night.