I had photographed this beautiful senior back in June. It has been a crazy summer and I am NOW just getting to sharing her senior portraits now. I have known this amazing young lady since she was in elementary school. And, poof! Now she is a high school senior.
We had such a fun time. We started her session at the studio and then headed to Dells Mill. From Dells Mill we went into Augusta and then to Schultz Farm in Eleva. And, all she wanted was to have pictures taken with baby goats. While we were there we didn’t see the baby goats, and Kelli was a little sad about this because she just wanted some images with the baby goats. But, then…at the very end, the lady that was working there asked Kelli if she would like pictures with the baby goat. Man, did her face light up when that baby goat made it’s way into her hands. I have never seen someone grin so wide…and, all was better. 😉
Thank you Kelli for choosing Angi Randall Photography for your high school senior portraits.
Sebastian is ONE!! He came in last month for his one year session and was just the sweetest little man. And, he was certainly on the move the whole time and wanted to explore. It is hard to keep a busy one year old in place…lol! But, with the help of his mama, we kept putting him back and let him do his thing. I certainly captured some adorable images of being all dapper in his hat and suspenders, and of him with some pumpkins as it is that time of year.
Isn’t he just a cutie-patootie!?! I just love him!!
Thank you to his parents for choosing Angi Randall Photography to capture their baby boy’s one year portraits. It was so much fun!!
Sweet, sweet Cecily is a big girl now. She is now a ONE year old. I seriously can not believe she is a year old already.
I remember her coming in for her newborn portraits like it was yesterday. But, holy moly, that first year always goes by so fast. And, they change so much from being a newborn to a one year old. Babies will double their size in their first year. They learn to hold their head up, smile, sit, crawl and walk to name a few things. Even though they may not speak full sentences, they know what a lot of words mean. It is absolutely mind blowing, and I love that I get to document these magical moments in your child’s life.
Let’s take a peek back at Cecily’s newborn portraits. She has some seriously cute, little cheeks.
And, a couple from her sitter session.
Such a beautiful little girl!
Thank you to Cecily’s parents for choosing Angi Randall Photography. I really enjoyed watching your baby girl grow during her first year.
Goodness gracious! I can’t believe a year has gone by since I first laid my eyes on Miss AvaLynn when I photographed her as a newborn. And, now look at her…Miss AvaLynn is a ONE YEAR OLD!
I am so grateful to have watched her grow during her first year of life. Here she is at six months.
And, here is AvaLynn as a newborn.
It is an amazing transformation that happens during a child’s first year of life. I found this article on How much will may baby grow in the first year? You can read it here. It is fascinating how much they grow and how much they learn by the time they are a year old.
Thank you again to AvaLynn’s parents for choosing Angi Randall Photography to capture their precious child’s first year. I am very grateful for their trust in me to capture some wonderful images of their little girl. These images will be treasured for a very long time.
If you would like more information on capturing your little one’s first year of life, you can contact me at 715-286-2644 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I would love the opportunity to capture some beautiful images for you and your family. 🙂
Ivy was so sweet and content during her newborn session, which was back in mid-February, that I didn’t want her session to end. Probably a good thing that I made myself stop, because it was so hard to cull her images. So many beautiful images, and these are just a few of them.
Thank you to Ivy’s parents for choosing Angi Randall Photography to capture their daughter’s newborn portraits.
~Children will not remember you for the material things you provide , but for the feeling that you cherished them. – Richard L. Evans