A while back, I got to hang with Owen and Quinton.
I’m not sure if you know this, but little boys have a ton of energy.
Most of the time, we did this:
Anyway, friends, meet Owen:
This is when he finally tagged me. No worries, I totally won the game.
And, friends, meet Quinton:
He has apparently just gotten into running. And he runts purposefully and constantly.
He ran. Just like that. Pretty much the whole time.
But he did pause a few times.
What a cute little man!
And then Owen climbed a tree and pretended he was Spiderman:
He’s been around the photography block a time or two, so we hung out for a bit while mommy got her afternoon workout with Quinny.
Crystal, you have darling little boys! Thanks for letting me hang with the three of you to capture some fun!
Your new friend,
On perhaps the last lovely evening before winter starts to peek in through autumns beautiful facade, I spent about an hour at the park with these cute boys. Seriously, what an awesome time!
As you may be able to tell, we did a lot of running. For now, here’s a sneak peek. :)
It’s been a while since I’ve had the opportunity to show off a presh family! Check out these three!
This guy is super shy. Tricia and Justin were hoping for just one picture of him–maybe in the background. We’ll see about that… ;)
I’d say he opened up!
At least a little bit!
I mean… he may or may not have stolen the show!
I wonder if I can go as far as to say that he ended up having a good time.
But we did get some mom and dad time.
And seriously, Tricia, you are beautiful!
I can’t wait to see that little girl! I bet I’m not the only one! :)
Want to see more? Check out their album.
Tricia and Justin,
Thanks for letting me capture your three-person family just before it grows to four!
Best wishes on the upcoming growth!
You may remember a quick post about Adelaide. Well, it’s been six months, so I met up with her and Mom and Dad for at Inniswood Metro Gardens to capture some updated snapshots. Check ’em out!
What a perfect Gerber baby, am I right?
Thanks, friends, for letting me hang with you and for showing me around the park.
Remember Brynn? We saw her as a newborn and at six months. Well, she’s a year old now and we hung out at the park for about an hour and then had dinner. Here are some pics of our time together.
I love you guys! Next time, I’ll record all the cooing I make while processing these presh pics!