This session totally epitomizes what it is to have a two year old. Or an *almost* two year old. This boy was pretty much the boss of the session and with a face that cute, why not? I immediately fell in love with this little man. He reminded me of my own boys. I’m not sure what it was that won him over (possibly my vintage pedal car, possibly the bag of matchbox cars, or it could have been the lollies), but it doesn’t matter what it was. I got lots of snuggles and big grins that made me feel like he really did like me, too. If he didn’t, I’ll just keep pretending. Every few shots he’d race to me and grab my camera and want to see his picture, and then squeal with delight when he saw his cute face through the screen. We may even have a budding photographer as he was really adamant that I let him take a few shots himself.

Drew and Josh are the most laid back and easy to photograph humans. They really just go with the flow and do what they do the best: love on their little boy. They are such a sweet family to be around. It is so obvious that they are crazy in love with their little guy. I wish I lived closer to them. It’s so enjoyable to be around these kinds of families. Not to mention the fact that I think my boys would make fast friends with this little rocker.

There were so many great things about this session… the gorgeous people, the vintage cars (big and small), the yummy light, the rock inspired apparel… I could go on and on. But I do have to mention one thing; the property (and beautiful car) owners. They were family of the photographed and I can’t tell you how extremely kind and welcoming these people were. Walking around to their back porch was like being greeted by family, even though I had never met them in my life. They even offered to make us dinner! I have to give a great big thank you to these wonderful humans for letting us romp around in their pasture and for pulling their immaculate car out for us. Your hospitality did not go unnoticed and I thank you deeply.