I was so excited when Kasey emailed me MONTHS ago inquiring about newborn photography. She was still several months away from her due date, but was interested in booking. I had just been trying some new marketing strategies and I eagerly asked her how she found me. "I actually found you through your dad. My husband coached football at Daniel". Oh! Well... so much for all my fancy schmancy marketing ideas...but thanks for the referral Dad! ;)
Kasey and I emailed back and forth a few times as her due date got closer, and I just couldn't wait to meet little Scout. (side note- is that not the most adorable name?!)
I first got to meet Scout when she was just 22 hours old at her Fresh 48 session in the hospital. I have to say, for JUST (literally) having had a baby, and going on very little sleep, Kasey and Nathan were so sweet and welcoming, and extremely relaxed. I felt like I was just hanging out with long time friends.
One week later they brought little Scout for her studio session, and she could not have been more perfect. I got to do lots of setups, outfit changes, etc, and she never made a peep!
Two weeks later (after a family vacation to the beach and my cousin's wedding in New Orleans) I was at their house for the in-home lifestyle portion of their newborn package. First, can I just tell you how utterly adorable their house is?! They have basically renovated the entire thing, and even Joanna Gaines would be proud. Each room is perfect...including Scout's nursery. Kasey is a librarian, so you can imagine the number of books Scout already has, and there were sweet little touches all over that had me wishing I had another nursery to decorate so I could steal some of her ideas!
I already miss not seeing this sweet family's name on my calendar. But, at least I know I will get to see them for Scout's 6 month session!
Enough talking, on to the pictures! (and there are a lot...3 sessions worth...so prepare yourself!)
Fresh 48 Session, St Francis Eastside
Studio Newborn Session
In-Home Lifestyle Session
Shew! That was a lot of pictures! I am proud of you for making it all the way to the end! ;)