I still can’t believe my brother’s oldest “baby” is turning 15 in September. I was 15 years old when she was born and I remember falling madly in love with her cherub face, blonde hair and blue eyes. Sadly, those blue eyes faded as did her childhood way too fast because she’s headed to high school this fall.
She is known to be super simple but very dainty so we made sure that’s what we did for her session. She’s not into the quinces dress, so we did whatever she wanted to do and I’m very happy with the results.
We started the sessions on a very cloudy and grey day at the Goldcoast Railroad Museum…
As we anticipated, it started raining during the session but we had an umbrella handy and I just love this image below!
That same day, we headed to Wynwood for some fun, colorful shots.
She looks so grown up in this image below ::tear, tear::
So… fun fact: originally, the second part of the session was suppose to be at The Barnacles Historic Park in Coconut Grove the following day. As I’m checking times online the night before, we realized it closes on Tuesdays, so we headed over to Amelia Earhart Park instead, aka old faithful 😉 Thankfully, we decided to do a morning session instead because as soon as we got home, it started to POUR!
And there you have it, dolls. Some of my favorites from her session. I can’t wait to see what the next 15 years will bring <3