Over my fall break, I decided to visit some of my besties in Atlanta, GA instead of going home to Actionville. I was so very thankful to get to have some quality time with my friend, Crimson, who I hadn’t seen in over five months. (Btw… Crimson is like my identical twin. No, we were not born on the same day. No, we don’t look alike. But we are pretty much the same person. Its actually pretty freaky.) That weekend, Crimson also had another visitor… her precious little niece Rilynn. When there is cuteness, preciousness and a camera, you better believe I’ll be taking some pictures.
Prior to this, I had never taken pictures of a baby. Holy cow. It is not an easy task. I have now developed a new appreciation for photographers who specialize in photography for children. Thankfully, Rilynn was a great little guinea-pig. Is that weird to call a baby a guinea-pig? I don’t mean it in a bad way. I love guinea-pigs. I used to have one… His name was Mr. Pickles. Here are my favorites from our “session” (aka time in the backyard). Watch out Jason and Emily. Ya’lls little girl is gonna be a rock star. :)
Every time I see this picture, I think of the first two seconds of “Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough”. Makes me laugh… Haha.
If you can look at this series without smiling, you have no heart.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE baby rolls!! They are the best! Sidenote: When I was a baby, my mom used to call my the Michelin Man cause I had so many rolls. True story.
Normally, I would write a comment like, “Are you kidding me, Rilynn?? How are you so adorable??” But she will probably never read this blog post. So great job, Jason and Emily. She’s unbelievably adorable.
Needless to say, Rilynn is a pretty big Bama fan.