I had the pleasure of photographing the Hale family at Johnson’s Beach in Perdido Key this past summer. Not only did we luck out with a slightly overcast, not so humid, late July evening for their session, but all 4 of their kiddos were sweet, and awesome, and photogenic.
Oh, and the beach was EMPTY!!!
And, I love how mom combined all the blues and whites and stripes and checks in everyone’s outfits!
When photographing families, I try to make a point of getting a couple shots of JUST mom and dad. Because, without mom and dad, there wouldn’t be everyone else. Sometimes moms aren’t immediately thrilled with the idea of a shot or two without the kids, but I’ve never had them disappointed with the final images!
And these two, well, these two were the sweetest couple - even while wrangling 4 kids on the beach for a portrait session.
I don’t think I know a single person who doesn’t have an opinion on breastfeeding.
It’s a controversial subject, a potential source of stress for mothers and mothers-to-be, and one of many beautiful ways to bond with and care for your baby.
Let me say that again – one of MANY beautiful ways to bond with and care for your baby.
I breastfed my son from day-one until he weaned himself at 10 1/2 months old. He was also supplemented with formula from day one as I was never able to keep up with his demand. I support any woman who breastfeeds her baby – it’s freaking HARD! I wanted to quit SO many times over the first 6 weeks of my son’s life. And oh man, photographing newborns while you, yourself, are a breastfeeding momma … Can you say overactive letdown? LOL. For those who don’t make it that long, that’s ok! For those mommas who decide to forego or just aren’t able to breastfeed, that’s fine too! As long as your baby is nourished and cared for – you’re an amazing mom in MY book!
A couple of weeks ago, I had the distinct pleasure to be able to take part in a Breastfeeding Group Shoot with a Florida Panhandle photography group. These mommas from Pensacola, Navarre, and Destin, FL were not only beautiful and amazing, they’re fellow local photographers who wanted their breastfeeding journey documented and agreed to model!
I loved this shoot at Naval Live Oaks on the National Seashore in Gulf Breeze, FL.
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