Evelyn: 1 Year Old {Indianapolis, IN Baby Photographer}

A year ago, sweet Evelyn was just a tiny newborn:

Now she’s a year old, but still as sweet as ever!  She scrunches up her face when she laughs, and it’s hilarious.  She wasn’t too fond of the cake, though.  It seems as though 1 year olds either love their cake and totally dig in, or they mess around with it for a bit and then start to cry.  Hahaha…such an unpredictable age!

Jackson: 15 Days Old {Indianapolis, IN Newborn Photographer}

Okay, ready to have your mind blown?  Jackson’s momma is my high school orchestra teacher’s daughter.  I didn’t meet her until two years ago at a 4th of July party.  The party was at my friend’s house, and Katherine’s friend had invited HER to tag along.  We were chatting at the party for a while until I mentioned where I went to HS and she said her dad had taught there.  I asked who her dad was and when she told me, I freaked out.  He was my FAVORITE teacher, someone I still keep in touch with to this day.  Katherine and I quickly became friends on Facebook, and here we are now… SMALL WORLD!  So crazy. Jackson was such a sweet baby and I got in LOTS of cuddles!  He’s so blessed to have three older sisters to look out for him as he grows up.  These girls were so patient and well-behaved.  It was a nice change from working with newborns whose siblings are two!  :D  Hope you all enjoy the sneak peeks!

Ed Staubach - January 6, 2015 - 9:54 pm

Dear Alicia,
So nice to see that your wonderful musical talent with the violin also transfers to an artistic eye with the camera. These are beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing.
EStaubach

Alex: 1 Year Old {Indianapolis, IN Baby Photographer}

Alex was sooooo good for her 1 year session!  We actually did this ON her birthday, too.  That doesn’t happen very often!  Of course her mom brought in adorable outfits, and then busted out all of the stuff for the cake smash.  I was totally drooling over all of it.  I have a thing for neutrals, and this?  This was PERFECT.  Light pinks, creams, white, tan, and the slight pop of the turquoise romper.  Alex loved her cake, although we did have to coax her to do more than just daintily eat the icing, ha!

I have loved every session with Alex.  It’s always bittersweet to see these babies have their first birthday!

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