Ons foto sessie in November was geskuif as gevolg van die storms wat ons beleef het,,maar soos net die Here dinge kan laat uitwerk het dit gebeur dat dit moontlik was dat ons dit by die see kon doen. Wat ‘n voorreg om hierdie ongelooflike gesin af te neem.
Magical 4th Birthday party
Wow Ardele is one of those amazing moms who every year arranges the most AMAZING parties for her girls. Every single detail down to the very tasty piggy pastries are out of this world and even a mud pond for the piggies to plot around in. And this year was surely another highlight. Gemma is usually not fond of this aunty with the camera, but this year, she just performed like a superstar. Thanks Gemma it was an absolute pleasure photographing you. Cute as a button. But the pictures speak for themselves. She was soo cute.
Angie and Herman have a stunning vibrant connection. We did their pre-wedding shoot in JHB Town and had a fabulous time. So in love and excited, we count the days to their BIG Day!
I have been shooting Little Mariella since birth and what a pleasure it was to be part of this families life for the past year. A true blessing. She very tastefully smashed her cake and enjoyed the bath after. Stay always so sweet little Princes ..
The hardest job I ever had next to a sports field was being a goalie mom of not one, but two girls. I admire their willingness to stand in the net and be the last line of defense. Emotions next to that field was gigantic from shouting and screaming to jumping for joy. Being the first goalie season for both my girls, this household did not know what was COMING…nor did the girls see the ugly side of mom..acting like a lunatic when that ball is heading straight for my precious baby…o gosh….i would turn around and run without looking back…..do you know how fast that ball gets hit to the post? I stand behind the post when they play..and boy…its grueling.
Watching your child full of confidence or with slumping body language when the save was not made. it’s heartbreaking. Worst of all, it’s the looks of sympathy you get after your child had a bad game. That tilted head, sad eyes through the cage…saying MOM please help……and the look from the other parents who are thanking God their child isn’t the goalie. But building their confidence back up after the game is my job. Convincing them that they did the best they could and that is all that matters. View full post »