I posted a little teaser image from Wesley’s session a few days after the shoot. Mom has been very patiently waiting the rest of the photos as I caught a silly cold which kept coming back and rendered me useless. I am happy to say that I think it’s finally gone now!
Wesley is pretty much one of the cutest babies I’ve ever met. After I arrived, Mom and I cleared the kitchen table, stripped him down to his diaper and plunked him in his Bumbo chair…on the kitchen table. If you haven’t discovered the joys of the Bumbo chair, you need to check them out. They are fantastic!! Wesley can’t quite sit on his own yet, being only 5 months old, but with the Bumbo chair there is no need to worry. It’s made of foam too so it’s nice and comfy.
Once he was in his seat, we tried endlessly to get his attention…and failed. He was very interested in a gift bag that was sitting on the counter and wouldn’t look away from it. So we used the gift bag and it worked like a charm! Picture me with the camera in one hand, holding the gift bag above my head (I sure hope I didn’t break the present inside of it!).
We took a few naked shots as well as had wardrobe change and got some photos with his big (furry) sister, Belle. Belle loves Wesley and is constantly giving him lots of love and kisses. They are quite the pair to see together.
Tara and Sean, thank you for waiting patiently for your photos…and here they are!
Mom calls this one the Jean Chretien face 😉
Of course I had to take a few photos of the ‘fur’st child of the family, Belle.
This is the last frame I shot. I was getting ready to pack up and leave and this wonderful family moment was unfolding in front of me. There is something so beautiful about this shot that I just love.
For the photographers in the room – the first few shots look quite a bit like studio shots and I assure you they aren’t, but I think they turned out great! Wesley was sitting on the kitchen table in front of a blank wall with a huge wonderful window flooding some great light in front. I actually kind of broke their curtain rod trying to open the curtains to let the light in – oops!
Have a wonderful day,
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