What it takes to photograph my children:
1. Shoot on a Sunday because I (and the kids) have no other days open.
2. The night before I find out my camera won’t take my SD cards…ugh!
3. Find a camera I can borrow.
4.. Don’t really have outfits chosen yet.
5. Make it happen because its the only time we have to do it.
I stressed out to know end photographing my children this year and I’m not sure why when they were so good to me. I don’t know if I have this hype in my head of exactly how its suppose to go and by the way when I do that I don’t do very well being in the momentWe started in the studio, but it seemed to be to close of quarters for me so we went outside and then I could breathe. Every time I try studio I feel this way. This was a light bulb moment for and realize outdoors is truly my specialty. I love these kids so much. Time really does fly. I can’t believe Gabe and Bryn are as tall as me and every time I snuggle with Beckam I’m reminded of when they were all little.
I love being a mom!
In this image Isaac is holding Beckam’s hand…he has done this since he was born, its like a nervous habit