He knows if you’ve been bad or good …
Nothing’s cuter than a baby in a Santa suit! Well, maybe two babies in festive gear is cuter. But very little else. These two tikes suited up for overlapping studio portraiture sessions. James, on the left, couldn’t quite sit on his own, but not to worry! We have a cure for that in the shape of an adorable gift wrapped box. He did sit up about a week later, his mother reported back 😉
On a separate baby photo session, TJ played the part, and played it well. Here he is, chillin’ as Baby Claus. I laugh out loud every time I look at the photo on the right! He looks like he’s about to break into a festive rap “Yo yo yo, merry Christmas y’all it’s DJ TJ!”
And then there was Kayla as Baby Mrs. Claus. I suppose a shoe in the mouth should be an outtake, but I L.O.V.E. it! It’s what babies do. She is truly a happy, happy baby. It did not take much to get this little princess to smile for her Christmas studio portraits!
Jamesy is the perfect example of ‘good things come in small packages’. You might remember James from a previous baby photos
post. Love watching kids grow up.
This year I had a lot of fun designing Christmas cards and was psyched to see them printed. I am a huge fan of printing on the cheap, but there was a noticeable difference in quality from what you might find from a retail online printing company. The card stock was much thicker, crystal clear printing and no disgusting over-the-top GLOSS! I did print a semi gloss which was quite nice. But remember, I shouldn’t be able to see my own reflection in your Christmas card, so take it easy with the gloss.
The first photo is an example of the front and the next are two versions of the back-