The bond between a mother and a child is unlike any other, one that can be beautifully captured with a camera. But if you’re anything like me, you’re always the one behind the camera in family photos and hardly ever in them.
Even when we have our family photos professionally taken, I’m always too busy worrying about everyone else and don’t get to relax and enjoy the photo session. The photos also tend to focus more on the kids and I hardly ever get to capture moments of us being ourselves.
If you are looking for an alternative to the traditional family portraits, the Motherhood portraits are ideal. While a family portrait can be a wonderful way to capture those special moments of you and your children through the years, it does require some extra effort to get everyone together and in the same place. A Motherhood photo session is easier to style and coordinate, and will give you a timeless portrait to cherish for a lifetime.
Motherhood portraits are not only for capturing your current kids, but also those you are expecting! A Motherhood session is a wonderful way to document your pregnancy.
I’ve recently been reminded that life is truly precious and filled with moments we sometimes take for granted. I want to be in more photos with my children and this is why I have come to realize how important my Motherhood portrait sessions are. Now is the perfect time to capture memories with not only your children, but your own mother, regardless of where everyone is in life.
I want to make this photo session work for you, so whether you want a few photos with your children, or you simply want some memorable pictures of you and your own mother; I am here to guide you. This is your chance to get creative and really make a photo session about you and your kids and the special bond that you share.
I love that Motherhood portrait photography is intimate and sweet with very little fuss. These sessions provide a space where those natural interactions and emotions can play out, resulting in a mini time capsule of your current relationship. You might even want to make this an annual tradition so that you can beautifully document the relationship with your children.