Happy Valentine's Day!!!
I am so excited to be participating in a the Keepin' It Real blog series with some very talented photographers. This month's theme was "Real Love" and I have chosen to share some Valentine inspired pictures with you all. At the bottom of this post there is a link to the next photographer's blog in the circle. Please go check her out and see how she was inspired this month and you may just be inspired too!
These three little loves of mine have my whole heart I tell ya and we had so much fun putting together a photo Valentine's Day card this year! It all started because I wanted to recreate this image from 2014 :)
Although the 2015 image is bit more chaotic with a very mobile 13.5 month old I am still loving what we got and think we will need to make red wax lips our go-to for our annual Valentine's Day pics. Here's the digital version of our card that went out to the girls' classmates and our family.
I've been wanting to do a photo card for Valentine's Day FOREVER! and I'm so glad this year it worked out and the girls cooperated long enough to make it happen! Plus, how perfect are their shirts from The Measure for the occassion?!?! They have an adapted version of my favorite EE Cummings poem printed on them.
Ofcourse, we ended up with more pictures than we needed for the card and because I am just so in love with these girlies I have to share! Also, we had a super fun time getting to paint outside as their reward for cooperating for the pics (its one of their favorite activities!) so I kept the camera out long enough to capture that too since it was actually Clara Jo's first time getting to paint with her big sisters. As you will soon see she didn't quite know what to make of the paint, but had fun regardless :)
I hope you all have a wonderful Valentine's Day and celebrate all those you hold near and dear to your heart on Valentine's and every other day!
Tilley thought she didn't make enough of a mess while painting so as soon as I said it was time to quit she two handfuls of paint and smeared it on her face....yep, that's our middle child for ya!
Don't forget to hop on over to the Kami Friday Photography's blog to see how she was inspired for this month's theme of "Real Love."
Kami Friday Photography, Nashua Portrait Photographer http://www.kamifridayphotography.com/?p=4273