They entered the world on Wednesday November 17, 2010 @ 10:45am. 1 girl and 1 boy for my brother and his wife. No names have been released at this time.
Baby A (the girl) was 5lbs.14oz and Baby B (the boy) was 7lbs.12oz. That seems like alot of baby to carry around for almost 9 months.
I wasn’t sure if I’d ever become an aunt during my life here on earth, but there’s a time and place for everything in life.
Here are a few photos I took on Friday - their 3rd day into the world.
Baby B (boy) on the left. Baby A (girl) on the right. I hope they will be best friends for life!
I should have taken notes on my photos, but I’m pretty sure this is Baby B.
And I’m pretty sure this is Baby A.
I can’t remember whose foot this is.
I’ll probably be doing another photo shoot next weekend, so hopefully they will have names by then.
I love twins.
I was really excited to photograph Caleigh and Stephen’s engagement session in Muskoka just outside of a place called Torrance. I am pretty convinced Muskoka is a sneak preview of what Heaven will look like except the streets aren’t paved with gold in Muskoka (yet) ; ) I think it’s amazingly superb up there.
A few of Caleigh’s family members have cottages on this little nook in Muskoka. All cottages are boat access only so you park your car at a marina and then take a boat to your cottage - love it!
Caleigh and Stephen met when they were teenagers at Algonquin Park on a canoe trip. They both love the outdoors so it only seemed appropriate to do something super woodsy for their e-session including a few canoe photos. We got together on September 24 and the rain thankfully held off for us.
Loved the boat house (and Caleigh’s rubber boots).
I was out on another boat with Caleigh’s dad to capture these photos.
And this is Caleigh’s dad’s cottage - a red “Pee Wee’s Playhouse” floating (literally floating) cottage. It was a total jaw dropper.
Imagine having this as your front yard. *Drool*.
The pattern in the H20 here was incredible.
So Stephen is a really smart guy. Those rocks are from the Canadian Arctic and he designed the ring himself. Impressive to say the least.
My blog has been a bit of a bore over the past several weeks. I have lots of stuff to come….I just have to complete it before I post it.
Here are a few spreads from Chrissy and Guy’s 16×7 Fine Art Book.
Back Cover - love it.