Each year I get to meet, chat to & photograph so many wonderful mothers, I get to offer some advice & reassurance to new mothers & get advice myself from some not so new mothers !!
What I always hope to get is the connection & the love, to make some memories.
Unfortunately in the past year I said farewell to two wonderful mothers, taken way too early in life – as I stood watching slide shows of photos their families had put together I cried & smiled at the same time, so happy to see all the memories that had been captured, so many happy photos of a mum and her children.
Get in the photos with your children ladies, please, it is so important & then print those photos.
“If I know what love is it is because of you” ~ Hermann Hesse
Back to school routine means more time to catch up on all my to do lists !
So I am getting back to blogging, here is little Baby Jade …
Trying to catch up on some blogging, lots of gorgeous sessions over the past few months which meant less time for posting online.
Here is little Emma, full of smiles and almost ready to start running around.
Molly and her Grandmothers handbag, perfect together.
Some relaxed, natural, shots I took at the end of a recent extended family session.
Love taking each child away from the others and giving them some time for themselves.
It is always lovely to be asked to photograph a new baby, even more so when it is another photographer who has become a mum for the first time. No pressure !!
I really love when a baby has passed the new born phase and is a little more interactive, it makes for some really lovely photos.
Thanks Carol, Dan & Baby Pádraic it was a really lovely morning hanging out with you all.
Two sisters enjoying a natural relaxed photo session last September in Donadea Forest Park, Co Kildare.
Still have a few weddings from this year left to blog, but they will have to wait until 2016.
Here is Karen & Pauls lovely wedding which took place in September in the lovely Barberstown Castle, surrounded by family and friends.