We had so much fun strawberry picking at Blessington Farms! They grow strawberries hydroponically, which was so interesting to see. It was such a beautiful spring morning in Houston. We got so lucky!
I did a lifestyle session with this family when their daughter was a baby and it was so much fun to do another now that baby number two is here!
The H family first hired me back in November to do a lifestyle session and I’ve been meaning to blog their pictures ever since! I loved their session and recently did another for them before they made a big move to another country.
I showed up early at their house just in time for them to get the kiddo out of bed. He was a little wary of this stranger in his house at first! I had such a great time documenting their morning. Lifestyle photography is one of my favorite types of sessions!
April is one of my favorite friends, though the last time I saw her she was pregnant with her first child! Her maternity session remains one of my favorites. It was so much fun to see her and her husband (Hi, Dave!) again and meet their two adorable boys.
L started off his morning with some cartoons. Who doesn’t enjoy a good zoning-out every once in a while??
I really love these next two images :).
It also happened to be this little guy’s first birthday! He was obviously far more interested in me than his breakfast.
Playing in curtains will never get old, little buddy. Don’t let anyone tell you it will! Funny side-note, L and I were playing together and hid in these curtains for a good 10 or so minutes before April realized that we were being really quiet and came looking for us. She couldn’t believe he stayed so quiet and hidden for so long!
R wanted to do everything his big bro did! I adore him.
The night before the session April started spray-painting a wall in their house with this blackboard paint…only to discover that it was also coating the entire living room with a fine mist of (we’re certain) cancer-causing black dust. Only one can got used up, just enough for individual portraits, but we both think it was totally worth it.
And then we were off to the Getty!
We got R a cupcake for his first birthday and he attacked that thing with the ferocity of a velociraptor. As you can see.
That was a Sprinkles cupcake, kiddo. It’s all downhill from here.
I think L equally enjoyed his ice cream.
This is one of my favorites. Love this kid!
We also made a little trip to the beach.
I don’t know how he got so sandy so quickly, but I kind of love it.
I can’t wait until my next trip out to see you guys! Hopefully we won’t wait another 4 years :). Love you!!