Any of you who live near us in New England can attest to the long, LONG winter we’ve just had. Freezing temps, crazy amounts of snow, endless bleak, gray days. We tried to break up our winter with a trip to Florida in early February (I’ll blog that soon also!), but by mid-March, winter depression had set in. We were all stir-crazy and cooped up. Everything available for us to do was “BORING!”, in the words of my 5 year old daughter. We were all craving some warmer weather and fresh air, with none in sight. What to do?
My sister and I came up with a plan. Between the two of us, we have 4 girls (not to leave out my son, who is happy as long as he’s fed and has trucks to play with). The three older girls (5, 5 and 3) all had fancy, frilly white dresses that you KNOW we don’t normally allow into their dress-up bins. The girls LOVE these dresses. So one freezing cold weekend morning in March, Lila & I went over to my sister’s house, and let the girls dress up in their white dresses, and run around their master bedroom,
shrieking singing along to the Frozen soundtrack…their other obsession. And I decided to photograph it. Below are just a few from that morning – I wanted to share these with all of you, because I would love doing this for any of my clients too! Our sessions can be anything you want them to be. Frilly dresses, superhero costumes, bubble baths, an art session – whatever your children love doing. I love looking back on these memories of our kids, and would love the chance to give the same to my clients!