Family Photographer Hampton, Twickenham- Lottie & William | Baby ooh Baby aah™

I first photographed young William over 2 years ago and I hoped to return to photograph him again someday as he was such a cute baby. So I was thrilled when Helen, William’s mum, called recently to book me in again for a shoot. I was even more excited when she told me that William now had a baby sister called Lottie!

I joined William, Lottie, Helen and Dad Taff on a fresh winter’s day in November last year at their lovely new home in Hampton. Helen and Taff have wonderful taste and I knew prior to the shoot that I would be in for a treat with regard to backdrops and props. I wasn’t disappointed!

William has grown loads since our last shoot. He’s still as gorgeous as when I photographed him 2 years ago but is a bigger, more energetic version! As we waited for Lottie to rise from her morning nap I got to re-acquaint myself with William again. He told me that he remembered me but I think he was just being nice! After a hectic half an hour, Lottie awoke from her nap and instantly turned on the charm for the camera. It seems William has taught her how to do it! Lottie is utterly adorable too!

How wonderful it was to see William again and meet Lottie too. Thank you William, Lottie, Helen and Taff x

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I take on a very limited amount of baby and child shoots per year. My diary is becoming very busy for 2013 so be quick if you are thinking of booking a shoot! If you are interested in a baby or child photo shoot you can see further examples of my work here, find out more about the photo shoots here or contact me for further information here.

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