Lincoln // 6 month summertime session

There have been a lot of little 6 month sessions lately and I am not complaining on bit. This age happens to be one of my absolute favorites! Little ones are coming into their personalities and it is usually all smiles and giggles. Lincoln was no exception to this rule – he practically cheesed the whole session which made it an easy one for this photographer. I think Lincoln is such a perfect blend of his parents – sometimes I think he smiles and he is his daddy’s twin but other times, I see his moma. I love the patriotic summer theme that his moma did for their styling! It was a perfect amount of coordinating and when Chris and Shelley look back at these images, they will definitely remember Lincoln’s 6 month summertime session.

We did this session in his grandmother’s yard out in the country among the large pecan trees. Everything was bright and green and definitely had a breezy summertime feel that I just love. Smiles were tossed around like confetti. You definitely don’t want to miss this 6 month summertime session.

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  • FYBP // 9 month Fall Session » SamiM Photography - […] day full of plaid, a vintage quilt, football, and the sweetest gummy grin. You may remember his breezy summertime 6 month session. I loved that we used his great-grandmother’s yard again and incorporated his uncle’s […]December 4, 2017 – 6:02 amReplyCancel

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