Preemie Prints graduation session at Bevil Jarrell Bridge, Kingwood, Texas

Happy Spring, friends! How is your March going? Since I’m assuming your brackets are looking as terrible as mine, I won’t even ask. Spring Break is over, and it’s one quick blip until summer is here, so I’m quickly booking up all of my weddings and travel shoots. I will have room for a couple of bluebonnet sessions this weekend, if you’re interested.

Now, on to this cutie. She is the latest of my Preemie Prints graduation sessions. When her mom called about doing our session and told me they lived near Humble/Kingwood, I knew we had to do her session on the Bevil Jarrell bridge. I love it. (Here’s my favorite shoot from the bridge.)

blog preemie prints jarrell bridge graduation session

The momma of this little peanut did such a great job prepping. I always recommend we shoot when the crankiest family member will be happiest (although I would never suggest this sweet one would be cranky; she was a doll!). For little littles, that usually means between naps or first thing in the morning. Don’t be shy about asking me to shoot earlier in the day or change times at the last minute to adjust for a bad night’s sleep, skipped nap, etc. I would much rather get up early and get happy, smiling shots. I know she’s not smiling in this one, but she was so cute and curious and seemed genuinely happy to be out on a bridge first thing in the morning, so I love it. And since it was early and still on the winter-ish side of the calendar, we got a really cool sky in the background. blog preemie prints jarrell bridge

How cute is this sweet girl?!jarrell bridge graduation session

And, of course, we had to get some of her Irish-twin brother kissing her. blog preemie prints graduation with big brother

Thank you for a fun morning, sweet family. I’ll have your entire gallery to you soon.

Love, Andrea

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