Max really lived up to his uber cool name. He’s a 2 week old that weighed in at 6 pounds and has perfect features. I really loved all the photos from his session, but these were my very favorite ones.
Let’s start with this image featuring one of my newest hats from Ewe Baby http://ewebaby.bigcartel.com Nancy knits such cute things and is really easy to work with. We collaborate on so many things and it’s fun to design something that can be used two ways…. this can be tied under chin for a bonnet look, or behind the neck for a beanie look. GENIUS!
Backdrop and floor drop from Lemondrop Shop. https://lemondropshop.com/en_us/ where I get all of my backdrops.
This little felt bear is also from Ewe Baby, Hat from Persnickety’s Knits who also knits beautiful, quality pieces http://persnicketysknits.bigcartel.com. What I love about this image is his back peach fuzz…. and how his bottom lip curls inward. These are little details that will finish quickly so I’m happy I captured them for his momma.
This variation of the “frog pose” just makes me happy because every boy loves baseball and he’s just so sweet here with that pout.
Traditional frog pose zoomed in tight to see all the little details of his face and all the wrinkles in his fingers and hands.
This image will be hanging in my office – it’s just everything I hoped to capture when I ordered this jersey from the Knitting Bitty http://www.theknittingbitty.bigcartel.com and had my friend April make me this vintage football to just complete the look I was going for. https://www.etsy.com/shop/AprilsYarnables?ref=si_shop
This last image I love because it’s just beautifully lit, his little profile against his time hand, and the wispy bonnet ties laying across his back. Sigh….. Max can you come back every week?
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