Why should I have professional photographs taken?

Having professional photographs is something we all put off. Its something we take advantage of, because we all have so many candid shots of our children, lying around on our smartphones, that we just put it on the list for another day. But those days go by fast, and all of a sudden we realise that we haven’t had any beautiful portraits done in months, sometimes even years, and you cannot get that time back. EVER.

We live in a majorly digital age, where everything is on a computer, hidden away in folders. Forgotten about. We take SO many photos, that we forget to treasure them. We all share on social media daily. But how many of you actually print every image you share? I know I don’t.

And I want that to change. I feel so strongly about showcasing your beautiful children in your home. On the walls, in frames on the sideboards, by the fireplace. I cant begin to explain how important it is the print those photos. Print them BIG! These are our beautiful children, these are our photographs. So we should be able to walk into the living room and see them every single day, and smile because we remember what they once were. A little babe, and feisty toddler, an innocent little one. They grow so unbearably fast, and photographs are the only way to freeze that moment. This is why I wanted to offer some summer baby & toddler sessions, because this is the perfect time to do it. Don’t put it off any longer.I am so thankful to be able to capture Zachary at every stage of his development. It is one of the most important things to me. He is only 3 and a half, and I genuinely forget what it was like to have him as a bouncing little 6 month old. It feels like a lifetime ago. But looking at photographs brings me back to the moment. I look at his happy little face, and remember his devilish little giggle as if it was right next to me.Take the photos, capture the memories. Because before you know it, they’ll have grown so much, and all you will have left to reminisce is that photograph.