You have seen this family grace my website numerous times now but for this session we got extra fancy. And I couldn't be more in love with it! I say it time and time again that outfits really make or break a session and you can never go wrong with a gorgeous long dress (or looking like Amy - but hey we can't all be so lucky!)
I am so behind in blogging that I am just now getting out sessions on the blog that took place in October. Oye! However this session is a special one to me because JP was just turning up the max amount of charm for us (despite rocking it past his bedtime). And I hadn't got to see his sweet little face since he was just days old (newborn session here)! So glad this family traveled an hour just to see me again, love getting to spend time with them!
I joke around that nearly all my referrals come from my sweet friend Shahdi. We say that we're cousins and try to make play dates and then never make good on them. That's us! Now that the holidays are over I can finally share some from their gorgeous sessions! You wouldn't really know from these images that little Sayeh was not having photos this day (you would think she is used to me and my big camera by now!) but I think we still managed to capture her sweet side. It pokes out even when she tries to hide it. Love this little squad <3
Avert your eyes if being the cutest little family is not your thing, because the McCarroll family is just that. With the two sweetest little girls and one hot mama, Michelle, (don't worry Kev you're easy on the eyes too!) this family is straight #goals. Lucky enough to call them close friends (Kevin and my husband have known one another since college!) we love getting to spend time together and it's always a treat to have them in front of my lens!
I have been so excited to share this gorgeous family! If you recall Shabman absolutely was rocking pregnancy at 7+ months pregnant and no surprise that a mere week after her baby was born she did it again. With the sweetest big brother ever no doubt these two little guys are going to grow up with one strong bond.