Rhett’s fifth month was full of fun. It’s crazy to me that I know I only take my big camera to about 10% of the things we do in a month and yet each month is SO full.
It seems like life is flying by so quickly with three tiny kids. I go to bed with so much left undone and so much that I would like to do but somehow, the kids always take priority and I’m not complaining. It’s how it should be. Mimi will come up from the basement and say “Mommas… you need to see this!” and we stop everything we’re doing in the office and run down to the basement to see what the little people are up to. Sometimes it’s the babies sitting up or doing something new… sometimes it’s the big kids testing their limits on the jungle gym… sometimes it’s the girls (Harper and Evy) pretending together… sometimes it’s Graham getting into something. We stop everything to try to not miss it. I’m so grateful we have that ability and I don’t take it for granted.
This month, Rhett turned five months and I can’t even begin to explain how much has changed with him! But I’m going to try:
Remembering Baby James’ 3rd Birthday
Mother’s Day! I’ve decided all I ever want on Mother’s Day is new, updated pictures with my kids!
Michael got a drone for his birthday! The dads made brunch for us! New camping chairs! We headed to the farm for a quick visit! But first, strawberry picking!
Graham road the tractor with Buddy and even though it didn’t show on his face, he was THRILLED! Michael’s 35th birthday! They cleared Mimi and Grandaddy’s land!
Hay Hay… what a chunk! Visiting the Ledford Lodge
Evy’s first baby shower! She was so cute! She just wanted to swim in the pool as soon as we got there :)
I don’t think I’ve ever been more proud of a family picture! ALL THREE SMILING! Evy has started taking pictures of me and it’s the sweetest! This is what monthly Rhett pics look like….. Evy helps me…
Graham scoops up the letterboard letters with his excavator.
Such a mess! One of my favorite personal pictures ever!
When I’m scrolling on Instagram or looking through images after a shoot, some images just stand out and capture my attention more than others!
I don’t know if I have ever photographed a more gracious bride in the most horrendous heat! Seriously, Kelsey is a literal angel on earth. She brought her entire family to Virginia from South Dakota for this portrait session and was so incredibly kind even in the midst of 100 degree heat and humidity!
Lenses are NOT cheap, so when you invest, you want to make sure you’re choosing the best option!
If you think about a wedding day and the part that makes you cringe is having to interact and direct the groomsmen, I get it.
This was one of the most beautiful ceremonies I have ever seen, but the timeline didn’t quite pan out like we had planned.. The rings got lost, hair & makeup went long, storms were rolling in and there were some stressful moments!
You’re not going to believe this but this session was probably our easiest DC engagement session to date! We had glow, no crowed, a beautiful setting and the most wonderful couple!