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One year old and loving it at Grandma and Grandpa's house.
This portrait is from last Fall. I met an extended family for portraits by the river near St. Anthony Main in Minneapolis. The family was celebrating their mother's 70th birthday and since they don't all get together as often as they would like, we did a bunch of photographs. Below is what happens when cousins get together.
Lately, it's all about one window, one kid, and that glint in their eyes. I love classic black and white photography for representing the sweetest, cuddliest, baby parts.
Blustery, cold days are good for something : getting your picture taken in a giant daylight studio! I love the way these portraits turned out. Great kids, great family.
Just this week, my youngest has moved on from her version of crawling, to her version of climbing and yes, STANDING! I am just getting around to sharing these photos of her, where she was beginning to wiggle around on her tummy. I guess that means it's time for a new portrait. Maybe I'll get around to posting those when she is walking.
Happy New Year! Today, I am so pleased with life. Because, as I look back over 2014, I see a life filled with happy occasions. There was a new baby, a rambunctious toddler, a handsome husband, and loads of supportive friends and clients.
Okay, so there was also spit up on everything, tantrums at Target, sleeplessness, and epically cold weather. But, really, who cares about all that.
Thank you to all of you that made the year sweet. Below are a few of my favorite photos from 2014 or, what I could gather to write this post before Annika wakes from her nap.
I love the light, the movement, the wind, and of course, the kid!
This family is so easy to photograph! Add in some late-afternoon sun and a beach at Lake Calhoun and you get the perfect mix for lovely family portraits.
Now a rumble and tumble two-year-old, Lucie has changed so much from her last stint in front of my camera. For this session, we kept things short and simple, aiming to get just a few classic portraits to document this moment on her fast-track through childhood.