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September 12, 2012

Emily is 1! | Simpsonville Children’s Photographer | South Side Park

It always blows my mind when it rolls around to a child’s first birthday session.  It is SUCH a privilege to be able to capture these little ones during their first year of life and to see them change so much from newborn to six months to a year is just incredible.  It also reminds me how quickly time flies!!  I thought I’d post a couple from those sessions just so you can see how much she has grown!

Newborn… precious, right??

6 months… how cute is that little leotard??

And… 1 year.  We met at South Side Park in Simpsonville and the thing I love most about parks is the variety of things to do.  And this one was no exception.  Emily is a pro at standing, but since she’s still mastering walking, she was able to stand still for some of her portraits!  And I just love them.  Marissa, your baby girl is adorable and I want to thank you for allowing me to capture her as she’s growing up!  Many blessings to you both!

Gah!  Love her blue eyes.

Love :-)

Seriously might be a favorite.  This is how she plays peek-a-boo.  How precious is that??

I told Marissa that when Emily gets married (many MANY years from now) that this can go beside the picture of her helping Emily put her wedding dress on.

If Emily’s Nana looks familiar at all, it’s because she an older sister of Sarah… who is the mom of my recent newborn Norah!

Love.

Y’all may not understand, but it can be really hard to be a model.  Especially when you have molars coming in…

Love this one too!  Her facial expressions are the best!

Happy 1st birthday, Emily!!

  1. Dayna says:

    What a great shoot! Babies do grow up way to fast, but the process is amazing nonetheless. I love the black and white in the window frame. It just looks timeless.

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