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A is for apple & adorable!

I *had* to share one more from the fall mini’s last weekend. Doesn’t this one-year-old beauty just rock the purple boots? She even kept the headband on long enough for us to grab a few shots! I can’t decide which outfit I like more – this one or the apple tutu from the previous post. Both are pretty darn adorable!

Radiant {Kingsville Photographer}










Seriously, isn’t this momma-to-be just radiant and glowing? I had so much fun with this session and got to use some locations I normally wouldn’t take little ones to. I really enjoyed playing with the light a bit – just love that silhouette shot at the covered bridge! This is another larger-than-normal sneak peek because I just couldn’t stop editing! So many beautiful shots πŸ™‚
To the momma- and daddy-to-be, I hope you enjoy your sneak peek! I had a great time spending the evening with you and am so happy with our results! See you in 2 months when your little man arrives!

Poker face {Kingsville Child Photographer}

Mom really hit the nail on the head when she said Miss R. always has her “poker face” on! It was tough to coax smiles out of her, although we did manage a few πŸ™‚ I think this first image is my favorite – what a sweetie pie!

How precious is her little diaper cover?! Love, love, love! This girl has the pensive stare down cold – check out those stunning baby blues! The combination of her eyes with those wonderfully squeezable cheeks – just so darn cute!

One of the most adorable smiles ever below! She even knows we’re celebrating her first birthday – see her finger? She got excited whenever she walked (she’s a pro, BTW) – you can really see her eyes light up!

Here are a few cake shots to finish up our sneak peek – love the one on the right … I think after destroying the cake, she decided she didn’t want any of it on her hands anymore. LOL. The girl definitely knows what she wants!

Mom & Dad, thank you for the privilege of capturing your baby girl again. One of the best part of my job is watching these little ones grow and change. I first photographed Miss R. HERE when she was a wee little thing at about 3 months old. She was a serious little one then too πŸ™‚ Happy Birthday to your baby girl! I’ll let you know as soon as I finish up with the rest of your proofs, have a great week πŸ™‚