I had so much fun with this family of three. Last time I saw them, Charlotte was just a few days old and her parents were in total survival mode. Now that she’s 6 months old, she’s all smiles and still SITTING STILL!! Mommy and daddy seemed a little happier as well. Charlotte was so engaged with my camera it didn’t take much to get her to crack a smile.
She was going in for a job interview and he thought it was just another day in the office. Fast forward a few years and now they are husband and wife! They both came down just a few days before the wedding which meant lots of planning and organizing over the phone…plus some amazing parents to help with the details.
From getting ready at her dad’s office, to exchanging vows at this Historic Old Christ Church, to everyone enjoying a delicious dinner and dancing at the Pensacola Art Museum–everyone had a wonderful time!
It was an honor to be a part of this special day.
Each year since Polly was a newborn, Jaimie has called me to take family photos. This family holds a special place in my heart and I have LOVED getting watch Miss Polly grow and learn to smile a little better for the camera each year. We had a few years where photos weren’t exactly on Polly’s radar, but this year she was all in. Maybe the special surprise at the end helped a little but wouldn’t you smile a little extra knowing something fun was coming your way! Jaimie outdid herself with Polly’s first outfit this year–made from scratch. Not to mention the sunset and lighting was PERFECT!
I’ve had the privilege of photographing this sweet couple a few times now but this was a first with little Henry. They were back in Pensacola for a quick visit and was perfect time to capture 6 month photos. There are probably my favorite to photograph. Full of personality but not quite on the move!
Heading back to Crestview to meet little Emma was something special. I had the privilege to photographer their family when their first daughter was born. This time though, Olivia was the big sister who was there to be my assistant. I’ve found that the older siblings really want to be apart of making the newborn session happen—hopefully helping in a positive way!
Sweet Emma had quite the grand entrance! Her due dates wasn’t until May but she had different plans and decided to show up in February. As Elizabeth was sharing with me about everything that happened leading up to her birth, the actual birth, and the months following, I sat there in complete amazement over this family. They have gone through so much in such a short amount of time. Thankfully her sister lived close to the hospital which made things slightly easier while Emma was in the NICU.
To make it to this day had to be a special moment for you! Of course Miss Emma continued the tradition of doing things her way and decided to stay awake for most of the session. However, she was so happy when the camera was pointed at her!