Be warned…You are about to see one of the CUTEST three months olds ever as you scroll down.  I had the pleasure of photographing Kendall when she was brand new and this weekend she returned for her three month session.    She was a darling newborn and I knew she would grow into an adorable baby, but I still couldn’t get over just how CUTE she was.

Meet Kendall–The first photo below is from her newborn session and then beside it is one from this weekend’s session in the same basket.


I love incorporating something personal to the child during sessions, so I was really excited when Kendall’s mom brought this round rug from her nursery to the session.  Wouldn’t this series look adorable hanging in her room?!


Little sailor girl:


And the two wonderful parents who created such a beauty.  Can you tell she is loved?


Between sweet little Kendall and wonderful weather, it was great weekend!  I hope it was for all of you as well.  The temporary break in the cold weather has me thinking about spring and Spring Break.  Tory and I would like to take the girls on a mini vacation, as our schedules will not allow us to be out of town for the entire week of Spring Break.  I was hoping all of you could help me out with suggestions on where to go.  We are planning to take all three girls, who will be 1.5 yrs, 4 yrs, and 8 yrs at that time–so kid friendly is a MUST!  We would like to drive there and stay 3 or 4 nights the first weekend in April.  Any suggestions?  We usually head down to Wilmington for short trips like this, but I’m thinking I might like to try something different.  Tory wants to go camping, but I’m not really a camping fan :), so I need you all to help me out with other suggestions (preferably ones that don’t involve sleeping in a tent)!

February 16, 2009 - 1:38 pm upper - Hi Natashi. We checked out the Great Wolf Lodge and thought it looked fabulous! However, we decided against going because there is one opening in Charlotte/Concord the week after spring break. So we are going to visit the local one next year and avoid the big drive. :) We are still trying to decide what to do instead, so any ideas are still welcome!

February 16, 2009 - 1:22 pm Natashi - Hi Julie, I am curious. Did your family decide on a Spring break trip? Did you get some other ideas besides Great Wolf?

February 10, 2009 - 5:58 pm Lisa Cohen - Hello Julie, the best photographer in the world-I can say I knew you when...you bought your first camera, took pictures of our babies, and were gathering your first clients. I am writing to also sugggest Great Wolf Lodge in Williamsburg-we have been checking it out to visit in late june with Kathryn for SC. Good luck on your search. Think of you and the girls often. Miss you. your friend in boston. ps you can always come back up here and visit!!!!

February 10, 2009 - 12:11 pm Susan Reed - Hi Julie. I don't have anything to offer for a mini vacation, but wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed our session on Sat. You captured Kendall in all her glory even when she didn't want to cooperate. You are wonderful!!!

February 9, 2009 - 7:48 pm upper - It sounds great guys--now for the dealbreaker--how long is the drive? :) Any other suggestions still welcome as well! Julie

February 9, 2009 - 7:18 pm Ginny - Julie ~ I was going to suggest the same! We went to the Great Wolf Lodge last year and had a super time! The good thing is you can come and go ~ there is all the historic stuff plus some terrific outlets so you can play, walk, eat, shop!

February 9, 2009 - 2:05 pm upper - Hi Natashi! So great to hear from you! Someone else just suggested this same place to me via email. I am definitely going to check it out. Thanks! Julie

February 9, 2009 - 2:02 pm Natashi - Hi Julie!!! Why don't you try the Great Wolf Lodge in Williamsburg? It's a large indoor waterpark resort. It kinda has the camping theme in the rooms, depending on what you choose and it's kid friendly as well. Check out their website for more info.

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