Posts Tagged ‘brothers’


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{Oh So Silly} Seattle Area Child Lifestyle Photographer

January 30th, 2012

So picture this scene. I’ve got the boys fed. Everyone’s gone potty. They aren’t fighting with each other. No lego robot wars are going on, or any stealth ninja Jedi swordfights. They even agree to sit on my little photography setup next to each other and I think, oh goodie! I’m finally going to get […]

 

So picture this scene. I’ve got the boys fed. Everyone’s gone potty. They aren’t fighting with each other. No lego robot wars are going on, or any stealth ninja Jedi swordfights. They even agree to sit on my little photography setup next to each other and I think, oh goodie! I’m finally going to get a nice shot of the boys together!

Then I snap the picture and get this. Ah well. I can always try another day. As much as I love the posed shots, I think the silly shots show off their personality much better.

 

For more silliness, check out the Oh So Silly post at I Heart Faces

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{Baby E. 4 weeks old} Seattle Area Newborn Photographer

January 27th, 2012

Baby E., his three year old brother, and his parents came to visit me today for his newborn shoot. Baby E is a fireball who came four weeks early, so at the shoot today he was about the size of a full term newborn, about seven pounds. I have to admit, I have a real […]

 

Baby E., his three year old brother, and his parents came to visit me today for his newborn shoot. Baby E is a fireball who came four weeks early, so at the shoot today he was about the size of a full term newborn, about seven pounds. I have to admit, I have a real soft spot in my heart taking pictures of brothers together, and I was happy that Big Brother O. was amicable to posing with Baby Brother E for me and the camera. Even if I did have to break out the sweethart candy bribes. Big welcome to Baby E and congratulations on the new addition to the family!

 

Meet Baby E. I love shots like this, because it shows you just how tiny they are at this moment, and they’re never going to be this tiny again. Here he is, cradled by daddy.

 

Giddy up, little cowboy

 

Such sweetness! I love just how peaceful he looks here.

 

Don’t let all the sleeping poses fool you, he was a tough cookie to get to stay asleep. But when he was asleep, you could just nom on his little nose.

 

This is my favorite brother pose. Big brother is all, what IS this in my lap? Baby E is all, hey, I’m cool, just chillin’ in my blanket which matches my eyes.

 

Big Brother wasn’t so sure about all this picture taking.

 

They were much happier outside, I even got a little smile!

 

The new family of four!

 

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{Baby A. 6 days old} – Seattle Area Newborn Photographer

April 16th, 2010

Remember this gorgeous, expectant mama?  She had her baby and I was honored enough to capture Baby A in his first, sleepy moments in life.  Plus, I have a soft spot for brother-brother sibling shots and I was able to capture some nice moments between older brother and Baby A as well.  Enjoy the pictures! […]

 

Remember this gorgeous, expectant mama?  She had her baby and I was honored enough to capture Baby A in his first, sleepy moments in life.  Plus, I have a soft spot for brother-brother sibling shots and I was able to capture some nice moments between older brother and Baby A as well.  Enjoy the pictures!

Meet the gorgeous {Baby A.}

I love how newborns always look so serious in their sleep

Brotherly love, awwwwwwwww

 

Squishy, squishy baby.  Look at those cheeks!

I am Very Serious Baby

Delicious baby toes

Special Delivery!

Just hanging around.  I love how his foot is sticking out here

Contemplative baby

Not quite sure what to make of each other

My most favorite sibling shot ever

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{The D Family} – Seattle/Eastside Family Photographer

October 19th, 2009

I photographed {the D. Family} this summer to celebrate their adorable boys turning three and one respectively.  In my experience three year olds are the best age to photograph!  Master T proved me right, and was a total ham for my camera.  I loved seeing his personality come out in the pictures.  Master D was […]

 

I photographed {the D. Family} this summer to celebrate their adorable boys turning three and one respectively.  In my experience three year olds are the best age to photograph!  Master T proved me right, and was a total ham for my camera.  I loved seeing his personality come out in the pictures.  Master D was your typical one year old and through lots of bribery, he allowed me to photograph him as well.  Here’s a peek into their session!

Meet {Master T}, age 3 and proud of it!

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Big smiles

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He is the champion!

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Meet {Master D.}, age 1.  He wasn’t sure what to think about meDEV_131webWM

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A little boy, overalls, and wooden blocks.  Timeless. DEV_154webWM

Finally a smile!  Look at that sparkle in his eyes.

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Mommy and {Master D.}

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Very Serious Baby with dad

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Brotherly love

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And what most of the session looked like with {Master D.}

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{The D Family}

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And finally, another take on the group family portrait

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Happy Mother's Day – Seattle area child photographer

May 11th, 2009

I hope everyone had a lovely Mother’s Day yesterday!  My little family and I went to Juanita Bay Beach in Kirkland to spend some family time.  I took out my camera and got “shoot from the hip” and do a more photojournalistic style photographer of my kids than I usually do.  It was really fun, […]

 

I hope everyone had a lovely Mother’s Day yesterday!  My little family and I went to Juanita Bay Beach in Kirkland to spend some family time.  I took out my camera and got “shoot from the hip” and do a more photojournalistic style photographer of my kids than I usually do.  It was really fun, and surprisingly relaxing to just go with the moment and capture all the enjoyment of the beach through my kids’ eyes.

My youngest son really enjoyed the sand

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Nom nom nom tasty sand

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What, do I have something on my face?

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He also enjoyed walking around the sand.  Dad’s helping him balance since he wouldn’t drop the shovel

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Obligatory baby on the beach picture

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My oldest split his time either diligently working on his sand trenches

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Or chasing the ducks down at the water’s edge.  He was too busy to look at the camera for me

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A rare quiet moment reflecting with dad

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This is usually the type of wrestling shenanigans that goes on in our household.  See the grip my youngest has on his brother’s hair?  Yeah, that’s 100% authentic hair gripping going on there. 

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My boys!

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