No shortage of love.
This is Brittain and she is 14 months old. Her mom and dad, Valerie and Dan, are head over heels in love with her and so is everyone else. How could you not be?
I love that face!
Pink John Deere. Ya gotta love that.
Dan, Valerie and Brittain
Flying in Daddy's arms
This is Brittain's Great Aunt Susan, and the famous yellow bird that has a motion sensor tweeter. It's a hit with Brittain and I believe he kept a watch on us the entire shoot, with an occasional serenade.
One of many mother- daughter moments.
Aunt Cecilia was a June bride of mine and I have been blessed with extended photo shoots within her circle of family and friends.
This is Brittain's Mimi. There are never adequate words to tell about Mimi's. There is a common denomonator between grandparents and grandchildren and they become instant allies.
I was really happy that Brittain liked me so much. Valerie said that she is normally very reserved around strangers but we had a thing going on that day. Maybe she knew I was Zoe's mom. I was getting some shots while she was on the bed and she kept crawling down to me for close up's. I just held the camera to the side and shot this one. What a sweetie!
All three of these women have voices like angels. I'm not kidding. Brittain was taking a sippy cup break while they sang ( or should I say harmonized perfectly! ) songs to her. She just looked up at them with big eyes and I couldn't help but think about how loved she must feel. How beautiful it sounded. My favorite song lately is one by Bethany Dillon. It's called "My love hasn't grown cold" and in it God says " When you are in your bed, I sing over you the sweetest things because oh, my love, it does not tire." It saw a picture of that song right before my eyes and it was all I could do to not start crying. Seriously. It was a gift to me. Thank you Brittain.
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