Amelia Newborn

Sweet Amelia was about three weeks old for her first photo shoot and just as cute as she could be!  Her big brother is SO in love with her, and was so excited to be photographed holding his little sissy.  This sweet family had a big first few weeks with their baby girl – right after she was born, their hot water heater flooded their house!!  Talk about not a good time!  I imagine that staring at their sweet little bundle of joy softened the blow a bit.  Enjoy these photos of Amelia and her family!

 

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Abagail Newborn | Dallas Newborn Photography

Abagail is the third sister in her family, and I’ve had the privelage of photographing all three of them as newborns!  You can see biggest sister Betsy’s newborn photos here, and middle sister Lillian’s here.  Disclaimer: I take no responsibility for any baby fever that occurs as a result of looking at all three of these sessions.

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Jill & Charlie | Prairie Creek Park

 

This session was just so beautiful!  It was a lovely day, beautiful light, lovely subjects – we just had a great time!  I’m in love with these photos!  Enjoy!

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The Kovoor Family | Plano Family Photography

 

Here is the sweet Kovoor family.  I love them, they are so so kind and loving, and look at those beautiful children!  I love that part of my job is growing with a family.  The first time I photographed the Kovoors, the kids were so much smaller!  And there were only two of them!  Time flies when you’re having fun!

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Shuck Family 2015 | Dallas Family Photography

I’m gonna be real with you, the stars aligned for this shoot.  I consider myself to be a skilled photographer, but four kids five and under would generally be considered one of the more difficult combinations of human there are to photograph.   On this day however, it all just worked.  After having to reschedule a couple of times, we ended up with a day that was gorgeous.  The kids were adorable, and we got some really beautiful images.  Way to go Shucks!

 

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