Last week Sunday was a beautiful Indian Summer day. I love it when Michigan's weather hangs on as long as possible to a summer. Makes me want to think that it too does not want summer to come to an end. Anyways, I photographed my son's lovely family on Sunday. First, I started with Vivian, who is going to be 8 months old. She is such a beautiful little girl. I'm so very proud of her. We, then ventured to the outdoors, and later to the Park in the neighborhood. It turned out to be such a wonderful day. And what can I say about my family...I love them!
Courtney and I have been trying to get a senior session in since Saturday the 17th. Seems that there was either something that happened, work schedules that did not coordinate or school. However, with all the flu that has been going around in the schools, Courtney's school was cancelled from all the illness and we were able to take advantage of this fabulous fall day to go and get some pictures done...
Courtney goes to Northpointe Christian, she plans on attending GVSU after she graduates. Good Luck in your senior year!
On Friday I had a photo session doing "head shots" for James who is getting his acting career off in L.A. James was a ton of fun. We went all around Grand Rapids looking for some fun colored backgrounds. We were successful in doing so. James is a busy guy. He works in L.A., takes acting lessons, and then is trying to find acting jobs. I wish you all the luck in the world on your adventures, or should I say: "Break a leg?"
Don't you just love little tiny ones? I do. I love the way they smell, how soft their skin is, and occasionally you catch them doing something even they themselves don't know they are doing. I walked into little Isaac's home today and he was sitting in a very unusual chair. Well, at least I had never seen one before. He was sitting straight up. Amazing...what they don't think of next for babies. I was so impressed that I am going to go and get one tomorrow.
Thanks for letting me spend time with your family today.
I love that little guy!
Love the name...
Lydia is only a week old here. That's just when I like to capture them. They are still in that very sleepy stage and they just mold to whatever position you place them in. Lydia had a ton of hair. So sweet!
This little guy is so rolly-polly that every time he smiled I had a hard time finding his eyes. What a sweet good natured little man.
Joshua's big sister had to join in with the photo shoot...she found my feather boa and the drama was unleashed. We had an absolute blast!