These two little beauties were absolutely charming. They danced, they played, they blew bubbles, and they were smiling the entire time. OK, well they weren’t smiling when they were puckering their lips to blow the bubbles, but other than that, they were smiling. They were so care-free, so innocent, and just beautiful. I really enjoyed the time I spent with them. Thank you, little ladies. I hope we can dance and play again sometime!
This group of siblings was so much fun. The twins were very excited to have their photos taken. The older sister… not so much. I had to work really hard to capture some moments when she forgot about me and started to enjoy herself and have fun. I almost had to work equally as hard to capture the twins not posing when they saw me bring the camera to my eye! I’m sure you can see for yourself, they are all strikingly gorgeous. I love the photo I captured of them making faces, and big sis trying really hard not to smile. They made ME smile and laugh. They were so much fun!
I met K & T at the playground for some fun. I had a hard time telling these two apart at first, but finally, by the end of our time together, I could see the differences. They loved the slide and the swings, and each other. They also loved their mommy and daddy, and their older, twin brothers! Aren’t they absolutely adorable? I loved their stunning eyes.
Of course cold by Southern California standards is balmy to the rest of the country, but we were having days in the upper 40s to low 50s during a week in March. I met up with these cute little bunnies K & S, who decided it was just too darn cold. We had a short session, just a little over a half hour, but still managed to capture some cute moments of them. Hopefully we can try again once the weather warms up!
G & A are new two year olds, and boy are they ever! So often people describe the time when our children are two as the, “Terrible Two’s,” but they really aren’t that terrible. G & A were, instead, “Typical Two’s.” Two year olds, I always say, are THE most difficult age to photograph. Not because they are terrible, but because they are very independent, very curious, and their favorite word is, “No.” So trying to get their attention when they’re busy inspecting everything else around them is not easy. “G” wanted to just keep going off and exploring, even though we were in a greenbelt that he’d visited many times. The greenbelt was beautiful, and there were some large shade trees. But do you think “G” or “A” had any interest in just hanging out in the shade and playing with me? That’s OK. These two have the most stunning eyes, and I did have some luck capturing some precious expressions. We spent time both indoors and outdoors, and I loved spending time with them, as well as their wonderful parents. Thanks for inviting me to play!