Newborn Twins {McAllen Newborn Photographer}

What more can a photographer ask for?  Newborn twins (only one week old!), a willing new mother who was up for anything (even though she was in pain and recovering) and lots of helpers.

I really loved doing this session, even though it took 3 hours!!  I think the results will be well worth it – like I always say with newborns, you only have this chance once in a lifetime to capture the first few weeks of your baby on Earth – then they grow up and run from the camera!

Special at Elizabeth & Company in McAllen

From now through the end of March, visit Elizabeth & Co in MCALLEN and pick up a card good for a $75.00 print credit towards your next session with me.  Sessions must be scheduled, and session fee paid before March 31, and your session must take place before May 15th.

Please present card when scheduling, and only one print credit per session.  Please check my online calendar to schedule your session – times are booking very quickly, so go see Elizabeth soon to pick up your card!

For adorable baby gifts like this burp cloth, or any type of monograming, visit 3000 N 10th St in MCALLEN, TX.

Little G Man

This past week, I had the honor of doing baby G’s not-so-newborn session.   He is 2 months, which is kind of a hard age because babies are not sleepy and curled up at this stage, but he did really great. The upside to this age is that I’m able to get those wide open eye pictures that you don’t usually see with newborns.

Of course we couldn’t leave out big brother (who had his newborn session 2 years ago with me as well).  He’s just as cute as ever with those huge eyes!!

My Own Little Star

Yesterday, my oldest, Katie, had her singing class recital.  She needed some headshots, so for the first time, I did headshots of my own child.  I have never really done formal pictures of either of my kids – I just kind of take fun ones whenever I see the opportunity.  It was a little different treating her like an actual child client.

Seeing these headshots, and seeing her up there on stage, so confident, singing her solos in front of everyone, made me realize how grown up she’s getting.  It makes me think about how much I need to treasure these childhood days before they are gone!  Like the Darius Rucker song says “It won’t be like this for long.”