Homecomings, homecomings, and more homecomings this month for Memories by Tasha! Great stuff ❤ This family waited to be complete as this Marine became a daddy while he was deployed. As we waited in the wee hours of the morning Lindsay was so excited to finally introduce the two most important men in her life. The anticipation of homecomings can be felt in the air even as the photographer. The buses finally arrived and Marines began pouring out. Now Lindsay said she was staying put and letting him come to her so she wasn’t trying to run with the baby; yeah that went out the window at first glance 🙂 Every one of these images tells of their love, admiration, and devotion to each other and their new son. Once again beyond blessed to have an opportunity to capture these moments – Thank you Sloan Family!
Homecomings are always amazing to me both personally and as a photographer. This one was extra exciting as this was the second time I was to be with this family upon return. Due to some personal things for me and scheduling conflicts it came with stress for the client; Jessica handled it all with grace and understanding for my family and I can’t say thank you to her enough. Some images were taken by a friend and edited by me in order to take care of the scheduling conflict but I was able to get one homecoming photographed and switch my focus to the Neuner family. Just tells us a lot about the people that they are and how lucky I am once again to meet such an amazing set of humans; restoration in faith once again.
Okay onto talking about this awesome family and their homecoming. This little man was born not long ago while his daddy was deployed and once again Jessica held down the home front in wait for her man! Often a bit scary for the youngins when their loved one comes back but these three fit right back together as if Nick had never left! The emotion and happiness felt in these images is exactly why I love what I do.
Thank you once again for allowing me to help capture this amazing time in your life.
Homecomings, homecomings, and more homecomings! What a great way to spend a portion of my April. I love everything about homecomings, well maybe sometimes not the long waits, but since these two waited 7 long months for this kiss I don’t think I have too much to say about that. Jessica contacted me before her hubby even left to make sure she captured her first homecoming as a military spouse. As we waited the excitement grew and grew, as the buses came into view she did everything she could to hold back the happy tears but that was not going to happen. As soon as she spotted her man she was off. Welcome home Marine so glad you are together once again!
Once again this business has put my path with some just beautiful people and I don’t just mean in front of my camera. These two were so fun and endearing to shoot with for their maternity session in the Morongo Preserve and I can not wait for that baby girl with all the pink lace and pearls, that I am sure she will be wearing in the hospital, to get here. Photogenic and full of ideas we had fun venturing through the paths and chronicling this exciting time in this family’s life. Their love and enjoyment of each other obvious in the way they looked at one another and were playful together. Also noted through our communications and time together their intense love for this little one who is about to bless their world, their families and God. Thank you for sharing this time with me Santiago Family!
This cute little family wanted to make sure they took a piece of the desert with them when they left so we spent some time taking photos at the Indian Cove Amphitheatre. Their 7 month old sweetheart wasn’t sure he was too excited about our plans but gave several good images with a great setting. I wish them luck in all their future endeavors and I hope these images remind them of their one time home.
There is always a special place in my heart for homecomings. I will say it every time there is so much energy and emotion in the air; it’s exciting, it’s nerve wracking, and it’s all about being back together again. These girls were no different. The 3 year old full of energy while she ran and played waiting with her mom full of excitement and nerves. This Marine was able to sneak up behind us in the sea of camouflage and surprise his girls!
Okay so can you see oh my cuteness for this family and these smiles? Our cheeks hurt by the time we were done because how do you not smile back at these two. Moriah contacted me wanting to get a session done for her family and we were able to get together in the Morongo Preserve a few Saturdays ago. Walking the trails, taking in the setting and a beautiful, fun loving family always makes for a great day. We took the time, with the girls help of course, to get some nice shots of mom and dad too. In love with their family, each other and their girls; it shows!! Thank you Thompson family for letting hang out with you for the afternoon!
These two were so smiley and giggly through out their entire session you couldn’t help but feel their joy! Both mesmerized by their little boy it was a absolute joy to capture this time in their lives. The little man was an awesome subject too, cute, smiley and enjoying the outdoors he gave us lots of great shots.
I have been so lucky to photograph family through several life events recently. I was there for the wedding, the baby bump, the newborn and a few first Easter shots; one of the greatest things for me as a photographer is watching and getting to know families through my lens. I am excited to share this newborn session and about 3 week old session for William’s first Easter!
I love that I get to meet new people all the time in my business and this day was no different. We met at the Preserve for a relaxed family session. This little lady was so sweet and seemed to enjoy our little walk through the beautiful paths. Her best smiles came from playing with mom and dad! She was looking too cool in her cute sunglasses and beautiful dress.