She’s a toddler!! It honestly feels like it was only weeks ago I was posting about how she was born or how she just turned 6 weeks old. Now my baby is one year old, today!
Esme is walking, she says a few word she has EIGHT teeth (and counting) and she is a bulldozer. She is not a dainty little girl, she’s a climb on everything, do it by herself, get out of her way lady. On the flip side she is a cuddler, she gets scooped out of her crib and into my bed every morning and she literally burries her head into my neck and wraps her arm around me for a quick morning sleep before we’re up for the day. I look forward to it everytime!
Her older sisters anticipate her waking up every morning and when they come home from school they greet her with a great big running start hug and kiss. Esme returns the affection with a gigantic smile and giggly squeeling.
What a joy to be a mom to these growing girls!
P.S. We are moving today!
I will be away from my office almost entirely for the remainder of the week until 3/3/14.
We are moving a short distance from our current residence in Maryland! I want to make this announcement here on the blog because I will now have a residential home studio and office with the move. I hope to have it ready for shooting in the summer and available for meetings and such shortly after that. It is a beautiful modest size space with tons of windows that drenches the room in natural light. I am so excited to invite my clients in!
Look forward to sharing more of the adventure with you!
I photographed these amazing parents a few years ago for their wedding and now they have a sweet baby girl. It is so exciting for me when I get invited back to photograph someone again, especially when its a milestone like this. Now I can’t wait to watch this little princess grow!
I’m pulling this wedding out from the archives! I realized today that I never shared this Peabody Library wedding from 2012! I don’t know why because I absolutely loved this venue. So I’m sharing it today, to get me in the wedding season mood.
This wedding actually took place during that big summer storm here in Maryland. Almost everywhere in the area lost power for several days if not weeks and their church was one of them! They held their entire ceremony in a powerless church and it still turned out great, they even had a friend pull up his truck to the church doors so they could have music playing during their processional!
RECEPTION: George Peabody Library