Keepin' It Real

April 09, 2014  •  5 Comments

Most of this blog is filled with images from my clients' lives.  Their families, their happiness, and their fun.  What about mine?!?  I haven't ever shown my own kiddos here, but they are about to make their big debut!  This post isn't about a perfect family session, it's just about family.  Those everyday moments that we all experience day in and day out.  Those moments that we don't capture with a picture because we think that they will still be doing those same things tomorrow.  Thing is...you never really know when their last time to thrill at the sight of bubbles will be!  You don't know when he and she can stop talking a bath in the same tub.  You don't know when she will be too big to dance in Daddy's arms. When will he stop playing soccer?  When will she loose her fascination with the water from the sink?  You don't know...so capture it now!  Don't wait until you have a "better" camera!  The best camera is the one that is in your hands!  Use it!  Capture your family, your life!  Start now! All those little moments...they may not mean that much to anyone else, but they are priceless to you.  Here are some of our moments! 

 

Want to see what real life is like in some other photographers' lives?  Check out Jody Mack Photography, a Charleston Lifestyle Newborn, Child & Family Photographer.


Comments

Kami(non-registered)
I think you should share your children more often. Really enjoyed this. :)
Caroline(non-registered)
What a great collection of shots, Heather! I especially love that one of your daughter laying by the door. great perspective.
Kelly(non-registered)
so fun!
Sarah(non-registered)
What a great peek into your lives! I LOVE the one of your daughter resting her chin on Dad's shoulder- that eye contact! And sleeping with her books, and your son reading with Dad... Thanks for sharing them with us! :)
Kerri(non-registered)
Serioulsy...your daughter sleeping with her books and the bubbles and dad and your son reading...my goodness these are wonderful! Love your use of light and your "gettin' down" perpsective! Great job.
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