I’m way behind on blogging my sessions and if you’ve been paying attention, it’s because I am currently growing Baby Gaeta #3! We usually do some sort of creative Christmas Card every year. Here’s ours from this past Christmas:
Yes, I really have felt that way for the past 3 months. Every time I’ve tried to sit down at the computer and work, I end up racing to the bathroom with “morning” sickness. I’ve purposely put quotes around morning because in my experience with all three of my pregnancies, it’s been all day, every day. So, all my time I’ve spent on my computer has been dedicated to editing client’s sessions and getting their photos out to them. Blogging took a back seat, but I’m back!!
So, take a step back to the *very* end of Fall when I was newly pregnant and we’ll pick up where we left off! I traveled over to a gorgeous park in Illinois that was filled with fallen leaves and a field of tall grass to meet up with the Russo Family. You may remember them from one of our past photoshoots!
Logan and Brett look so much alike that they could easily be mistaken for twins, but they definitely have their own unique personalities and traits. One thing is for sure, Andrea and Tony have two of the most loving little boys ever. They’re crazy, fun, high energy, but man, I think a parent’s dream is having kids who adore them and look up to them and that is exactly what they have in their boys.
They love to hold hands, to be carried, to laugh, to play, and run. They explore, they’re curious, and they’re so cute! I love a child’s outlook on the world and when they find interesting things all on their own. They were totally willing to explore the leaves, the pathways, and the wooded areas all on their own. I love nothing more than allowing a child to explore the world around them and to capture that genuine curiosity in the world.
Andrea and Tony brought along their red Chevy Camaro. Tony has this car as a hobby and frequently tinkers with it and fixes it up. And my favorite part is that he lets the boys get under the hood and ask questions. As a parent, I know full well that kids enjoy doing what their parents do. This is the type of thing that Brett and Logan will never forget growing up and certainly will always be a memory they cherish.
Andrea and Tony, thanks again for choosing me to capture your family in this wonderful stage of life!