Cozy winter moments with a family of four home session
Y'all, I think I survived the busy season. It was busy, but beautiful and I just absolutely love all the wonderful families I've met and photographed over the past few months, and throughout 2017. While there is no more opportunity for Christmas photos, I am still taking orders for custom photo books for past clients, that make great gifts for the holidays. I'm also booking January - June of next year on my online booking calendar.
Please don't let winter scare you away from scheduling family portraits. Just look at this beautiful family I met yesterday in Chapel Hill at their family home. It was just a gorgeous piece of property with the sun shining just right through the trees on this chilly winter evening. I wanted to take these sweet boys home with me. Gillan was so much fun showing me around his land and playing hide and seek with me. I just adore the way three year olds are so in love with exploring the world around them. And he is obviously such an amazing big brother to little Tucker. And oh my gosh...baby Tucker! Just look at those adorable cheeks and that smile. What perfect little boys.
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