As some of you may already know, my brother and sister in law welcomed three new little lives into this world in the summer of 2013. You can say we were pretty surprised to hear they were pregnant and to say we were shocked to hear there were three is an understatement! Up until this point, I had never known of anyone who spontaneously conceived triplets and yet here we were. I was lucky enough to photograph their gender reveal (you can find it here on my blog) and even more incredibly lucky to photograph their actual birth (which at this point, have not been posted as requested by mom and dad- I’m still working on them to show you, they’re amazing!). I was so happy to follow their journey in the NICU at the hospital until each was discharged. And when they were 7 weeks 6 days new, we photographed their official newborn session. (which was still a few days before their actual due date!). Big J was already so much bigger than his sisters, he almost looked like an older cousin! We also couldn’t resist using the fishing lure backdrop and fishing boat, my brother is an avid fisherman. Funny, when he walked in and saw the set up, he started naming all the lures on the backdrop!
So now they’ve just turned 7 months and I’ve realized I never posted photos from their session!
I am very lucky to have made some incredible connections and friends within the Windsor (and World) photography community. We help each other, encourage each other and support each other. For their session, I was so happy that my friend Danielle, of Danielle Rorai Photography invited me into her studio and helped assist me during this shoot. (Heck, a session from 1 newborn can take 2-4 hours, can you imagine doing three all at once by yourself? I certainly cannot!) I am very thankful for this, the session went amazing and I could not have done it without Danielle.
Little Emily and little Elizabeth have the prettiest eyelashes – they’re so long and girly. And Big J, well he doesn’t really have any eyelashes and looks just like a little old man! Funny how that worked out!