The morning I was getting ready to head to this session, there wasn’t a cloud and the sky and it was a beautiful shade of blue. The day before it was almost 60 degrees, so it is going the same today right. As soon as I took my first step out the door, I was slammed with the reality that winter was still hanging around. The wind chill made the air feel like it was frozen. Yes, frozen air. The house we shot at was an amazing historic home located in Hopewell Junction. It is very much lived in, but at the same time you feel like you are walking into the Colonial Era. I was a bit afraid to touch anything but was lucky enough to get a tour. Yes, I was being a little nosy but the history and decor of the home was so amazing. Come to find out, George Washington stayed in one of the rooms of this home. As I was leaving, I had a minor heart attach when I knocked over a churn. Thank god they made things of sold wood back in the day and it was fine.
As for our expanding family, I have been lucky to hang with momma and son at Waddle n Swaddle on several occasions. I was thrilled when they asked me to photograph their maternity/newborn sessions, as I have also photographed their friends baby last year. Big brother was a man on a mission, to find the cat. We got a little camera time with him, but there is no holding a toddler, on the hunt, back. I have to also thank mom and dad for braving the cool, crisp air and heading outside for a couple shots. Can’t wait to meet baby!!!