{Sweet Child} Will’s First Year ~ Montgomery, Alabama Baby Photographer

Well, hello there! I am so far behind on blogging photo sessions and thought I might take a little time to get caught up as I am able to. You see, last year, my husband was deployed and away from home for a little more than 7 months. It was a crazy year and I didn’t take on very many new clients. The photo sessions that I did schedule were never blogged because I simply didn’t have the time. I’ve learned that sometimes some things have to be let go and…unfortunately, this blog was one of them.

Case in point, this precious little guy, Will. His mom contacted me last year and decided to go with my 4-session portrait collection that would carry us through Will’s first year. We started when he was just a couple days old and finished up this past week, ON his first birthday! Since I never got the chance to blog his individual sessions, I wanted to do a catchup post to show some of my favorite photos from his sessions.

It is amazing to me how fast infants grow and I LOVE my First Year portrait collections because I get to document this growth and change.

Will is the most precious little guy who has the most kissable cheeks (reminds me of my own oldest kiddo) and the sweetest personality. I have enjoyed every single photo session with him!

Now…enjoy this overview of Will’s first year.


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