I know I’ve been absent for the beginning of 2015 – but I swear its for good reason! Our little Berklee arrived on January 16, 2015. The entire month of January has been consumed with not only helping prepare for her arrival but also helping the new mom and dad out however I could. Loving this little bundle has been so easy to do ~ honestly she is the best baby anyone could ask for! I couldn’t be more proud of her parents too! Protecting and surrounding Berklee with such a calm and gentle environment in her first days here on this beautiful earth.
Last weekend I was fortunate to tag along and help with Berklee’s first photo shoot taken by Courtney Irene-Marie Photography. Courtney is a Seattle based photographer and a close friend of our family! Courtney captured Berklee’s first moments in front of a professional camera with such a gentle and kind tenderness that moved me beyond belief. Here are just a few of the photo’s that were captured by Courtney Irene-Marie Photography.
So Curious which is your favorite?
Courtney’s “favorite style of photography is’ Lifestyle’ … documenting real life, candid moments, or milestones in an artistic way, is priceless.”
And for some exciting news…Courtney is offering Fishtail Cottage followers a 15% discount for any session that is booked now thru June 2015.
My favorite photo is the last one...and the grey is a close second!
Enjoy this little bundle of joy!
Greatings from Sweden :)
Soooo sweet. How exciting. I love all the pics but I think the last one she looks so angelic in the pink. They are all just too pretty and adorable. Congrats.
I love all of them and so hard to choose from. But the grey one is a favorite, and the white one with the gold crown, in fact all of them are perfectly sweet, I am just not that big on retro coca cola, yet that look on her face with that pout is priceless :))
You must be such a crazy proud grandma?
Have a beautiful day, how has shopping been having a new one around, is it not so easy to buy all the pretties out there for a new one?
See you soon.
It was meant to spell Tracie...