i would just like to start this post by saying how incredibly hard february and march sucked. i am finding it so difficult to find our new normal and to find energy. the freakin gloomy new england weather is not helping. when we returned from CA i was invited by a friend's mother down to Hingham, MA for a playdate and relaxation. it was a lovely day despite rain and the kids had such a fun time together. you may recognize little sisters Anna Rose and Josephine from a session last fall, or maybe from the mother's day ad. these girls are just so gorgeous. Josephine with her dreamy curls and Anna Rose with her fiery red hair, and both with big brown eyes that melt me. yea, i'm a sucker for little girls.
anyway, this was visit was well over a month ago, and then my sister in law came into town and i shot nothing but nieces and nephews for 12 days straight and i switched from jpeg to RAW shooting and and and...and so i decided i had to start somewhere. so i started here. hopefully i can muster a big post i've been dreaming up that will be me blabbering endlessly about my jpeg to RAW revelation.
i wasn't kidding about these two, they're gorgeous.
Leo and Josephine enjoyed a show together. two year olds are hilarious to me. they both requested to be seated snug next to each other and also requested a blanket.
the other cool thing about said friend's mother is that she has the most amazing knitting room i've ever seen. that i wasn't quite able to do justice in pictures because it was very dark and very gloomy and the light in the room did not lend itself well that day.
and one more of beautiful Jo.
love these girls and their mama and look forward to documenting much more with them. one post down, many to go. i will get my mojo back!!!!
in other exciting news, i'll be shooting my first wedding this coming weekend and the weekend after we have our mother's day mini sessions! there are only 3 spots left so if you're itching to book, do it now! i'm so excited about all the new families i get to meet with our first round of minis.