Ya'll should know this family pretty well by now <3 I'm lucky enough to capture these precious people at least twice a year ;) It also helps that Reese and Sophia are quite obsessed with each other <3 They have that sweet sisterly bond for sure!
I've been "hiding" this session for a little over a month though because it was a surprise for Kristen's grandparents as part of their anniversary gift! I was able to share a couple sneak peeks of just Kristen, Vegas and Reese but I had to keep these other two gorgeous families away from the online world! (Seriously, they have some good genes in their family, right?) So here it is ... in it's entirety.
Enjoy my favorites from the session <3
All of the kiddos were born on the 6th ... how cool is that?!?!
Meet the DiNenna Family!! Reese has always been such a good model for me :)
Next up is the Alhouse family! Miss Adelaide is about the same age at Sophia... talk about tugging at a momma's heart strings <3
And the Smith family! Rainie sure loved that lollipop! <3
Cass and David had such a good time when it came to this setup! There are a few out takes as well but THIS one just stole my heart.
Here's to the first installment of my #ThrowbackThursday series to catch my blog up! This one takes us back to July 2014! Eek!
You may remember Jordan from this post about Father's Day pictures. Well, here are her and her sisters with their Momma ... and of course we had to go by the beach! It was so much fun seeing them again <3 Enjoy some of my favorites.
There's something about handprint art that I absolutely love. By doing handprint art, you capture time in the size of the hand. I love that idea!!! At work, I do handprints for each kid in the first couple weeks and at the end of the year, it goes into their scrapbook! I can only imagine "my kids" comparing their hand sizes to what it was 9 months before.
When Sophia was almost 3 months old, we got her foot imprinted in clay at a paint on pottery place. We cut a circular shape surrounding the foot and painted the inside pink. It is one of the most precious things I have hanging in her nursery right now. I've been known to take it off the wall and compare her foot size to it once or twice! Even though she is only 14months, she has grown SO much in a year!
With this project, all you need is a paintbrush, paper, crayons, and paint (I used the same acrylic paint from the canvas project a couple weeks ago) ... probably things you have laying around your house right now!
For younger kiddos (like Sophia), all you need to do is paint their hand and help them stamp it onto the paper. Older kiddos can do this part themselves!
Because the paint is on such a thin layer, it dries pretty quickly. Ours was dry by the time we were done washing our hands! Once all the paint is dry, then either you or your kiddo can add to the handprint and turn it into art!
I hope you all have as much fun as we did!!!