miss J is another one i’ve known since she was days old– and she happens to be part of one awesome family.  no, really.   it is very extremely rare for me to meet a client who makes me forget that i’m not back home in the heart of Dixie– must be something about that easy-going, friendly, fun way about them.   growing up, we always called this type of people “good folks” (you can go ahead and draw out that gooooood- and throw a little head nod in there for good measure).   good folks tend to raise good folks, so i think it’s safe to say that miss J has a great future laid out for her.

it’s hard to believe that miss J is already a big sister (let’s be realistic and say that you’ll be seeing that session way on down the road), but for now, here’s a little look at being 1.

it’s unbelievable how quickly miss L grew from this tiny little beauty to a gorgeous little 1-year-old, but it’s even more unbelievable that we are quickly approaching her 2-year-old photo shoot!    despite a strange impromptu ‘playdate’ toward the end of our session, L was an absolute dream to photograph!!  (i mean really, maybe let’s not to allow your grandchildren to actually come sit on the family being photographed while you stand next to the photographer, blankly staring at them for 15 minutes any amount of time longer than 10 seconds?  definitely goes in the piggy bank of strangest things that have ever happened during a shoot).

either way, i think it’s safe to say that miss L can probably get anything she wants with that little head turn, no?

all images copyright 2010 amy mullins