I. LOVE. Babies.
For reals! Whenever we (Josh and Kelley) book any kind of a baby session, I (Kelley) usually start jumping up and down, dreaming up shot ideas, and blabbing Josh’s ear off until the shoot is over.
(How can you not love babies?! Just LOOK at him! Too CUTE!)
So, when we set up a “New Addition” session for the Campbell family (a newborn session, but with the whole family), Josh knew he was in for it! Why? Because this family has a beautiful newborn baby boy…
(Love that little smile!)
AND the most adorable two year old little girl that you’ve EVER seen!
That’s right folks, two babies (well, I’m counting toddlers as babies here) in ONE session! WIN!
When Josh and I arrived, little Isaiah was pretty tired, so we started by getting some sweet sleeping newborn shots.
Now, as you may have heard, it’s best to take newborn photos within seven days or so after the little one is born. The reason for this is that after that first week, the baby starts to become more alert, awake, and WAY less happy about posing for photos.
While Isaiah was a couple of days past that one week mark on the day of this session, he slept just long enough for us to get some great sleepy shots!
Once Isaiah woke up, Josh and I moved onto family shots! A couple with the WHOLE gang…
Daddy son time…
(He’s so tiny that he fits in his dad’s motorcycle helmet!)
Mother son time….
And of course some daddy daughter time.
(I love that she’s putting on her dad’s hunting cap while wearing a fluffy pink dress!)
Then, right around the time everyone else was running out of energy, it was time for two year old Mikayla to shine (leave it to a two year old to be full of energy when everyone else is winding down).
She pumped everyone else up as she danced to Van Halen’s, “Jump” (courtesy of her dad’s phone) and twirled in a shower of countless bubbles (courtesy of dad and a bubble wand).
Thank you Campbells for letting Josh and me help you document this important new chapter in the life of your family.
Your “New Addition” is already such a blessing to those around him, which is why we know he will fit PERFECTLY into the Campbell family.