Milestones are so much fun, and one thing I have learned photographing little kids in the last three and half years is that the age of one looks so different on each kid.
Pediatricians set milestones for us about a child’s development… can he sit? Can she walk? Can he talk? Can he hold an object? As a photographer, I play a bit of this guessing game every time I photograph a kiddo under the age of two.
Little June was no exception with this! She had just started to walk a bit on her own when I photographed her right before her first birthday… so we played a lot of games trying to figure out what she wanted to do for us: sit on the ground, sit on a stool, stand, stand assisted. You get the gist.
Even though there’s so much variety with what they can do mobility wise at this age, one thing has been consistent: they do not like to sit still for long. June was no exception. She was also extremely curious about her environment, and I even saw a bit of her stubbornness, which I think is a trait in all little kids. I wouldn’t have been able to get as many smiles without her mom’s patience and willingness to experiment with my endless list of prompts and ideas. She sure made me work, but I was able to deliver a great gallery!
If you would like to book a session, I have very few fall openings, so contact me today through my contact page or by e-mailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a session. And don’t forget I have openings still for my holiday minis at the Christmas tree farm! Details are on the Facebook page. If you happen to be in St. Louis, I’ll be there in October, too! Details also under events on my Facebook page!