Wednesday, April 19, 2017

barbara + patrick | in-home maternity session

The couples from any given year meld together in my mind as a sort of "wedding photography yearbook." I can picture the 2014 brides as if they were a graduating class, all lined up with their stunning bouquets and happy smiles. 

It's now 2017 and I've shot my THIRD maternity session for a 2014 bride. They were married in the same year, and they're adding their first little bubba all within a few months of each other. My heart basically explodes with the news of every pregnancy announcement, can't you tell?

Today, I'm sharing a few photos from Barbara & Patrick's cozy in-home maternity session. It seems like just yesterday we were meeting up at the beach for their engagement photos, or driving to Montreal for their wedding. And when it comes to in-home sessions, there's no place I'd rather be than their super modern, freshly renovated home in Quebec: 


We kicked off our Tuesday morning session with a pot of decaf espresso, using some crazy tin contraption that Patrick pulled out of the cupboard. I won't lie, I kinda didn't believe this thing would actually make coffee...but it did!




Barbara's tiny bump is so cool and suits her so well! She will be an AMAZING mama. 


(I know this because she's one of the best dog moms I know...)


The magic tin machine makes coffee!






We don't yet know if this little peanut is a boy or a girl -- I am dying to find out! 



So soon we'll be adding a little baby and re-taking this picture!




No joke, I took the picture on the right just to be able to show husband this insane mantle -- I need it in my life.





Upstairs in the nursery, the light poured in through the windows and filled the entire room with happiness. That little baby is going to love it here <3







Time to talk about that half-canoe? Obsessed! It's from Indigo, friends. That's right, I asked. 








Baby started kicking right when this photo was taken, which made for the biggest, realest smile. It's the perfect place to end this post. 


Congratulations, Barb & Pat! I am so honoured to be 
your family photographer and it was been a delight to celebrate 
alongside -- love you guys!  

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