Remember when I posted about the VW bus and how I had the perfect couple for the session idea I had in my head? Well here they are…. Andrew, Rachel and baby bump. Turns out Andrew’s first vehicle was a VW bus…..close to the same year as this one, but in orange. YES! I knew I had the right couple!
I also had to incorporate my sunflowers as well.
Thanks Drew & Rachel, you rocked it out as usual! Thanks Steve for letting me use that beautiful bus!
In other news, 2 days left to enter the family portrait session giveaway. You still have time to post an entry and get your friends to vote for you. See the previous posts for contest details. So far there are 9 entries and they have come up with great ideas that fit their families. I’m so glad it’s not up to me to pick one, I’d have a very difficult time choosing the winner. If you don’t want to enter, that’s cool, but go read through some of the ideas and help them out and “like” your favorite. The entry with the most “likes” wins! Click here to read through the posts.
Last week I photographed a beautiful baby boy. First I have to share some of the images of him before he was born.
Isn’t his momma beautiful?
Here he is with his big sister.
Two weeks later, Justice came into the world 4 and 1/2 weeks early and you’d never know it. He is a strong and healthy baby and he and his momma were able to go home just after 2 days in the hospital. God is good!
His bedroom is decorated in a western theme. His momma wanted a picture with him on his daddy’s saddle to hang on the wall. (when his daddy was growing up, his family was in the cattle industry and they used horses to round up the cattle. I think it’s safe to say his daddy was a cowboy.)
This next image is one of my favorites. If I were to give it a name I think I’d title it “Safe In Daddy’s Arms”
And lastly another favorite. It speaks so many things to me. I see so much love in this image.
If you’d like to see more images from this session you can click here to watch the slideshow. Or you can check out the album on facebook by clicking here.