The above photo was taken last Saturday on my youngest son's second birthday at Cocoa Beach. It was a "Florida Flickr Chics Mixr" at Jetty Park. I'm pretty sure people thought all our children were celebrities or something having that many DSLRs in close proximity... But it was a blast!
I had a 'first' happen late last night. I got a note via Blackberry around 11 p.m. from one of my upcoming "belly to baby" portrait packages. Seems next Wednesday is going to be a little too late for their maternity session and we'll be converting their deposit toward a "365 days of baby" package instead. Whoops.
Kids today. Don't they know mommy and daddy had portrait plans? So I guess I'll be preparing for another newborn session a little more quickly than we had originally anticipated!
Speaking of, this could quite possibly be the cutest newborn photo I've seen in a very long time!
Now for a little shameless whoring on my part...
I'm a finalist in the 411marketsource.com "Best Image June 2007" contest. Something I really would like to win. Really. So if you have a spare two seconds, can you please click and select #12 (you can see the image larger on my blog here). Gracias! However, if you cannot fight the urge to click on #13 instead, I totally forgive you. I couldn't resist the little baby in the basket myself...
And just in case that homework assignment wasn't big enough for you, to earn extra credit, down there under the "mail a comment ... previous entry ... etc." link you'll see a JPG magazine "vote" button. If you are so inclined, please give it a little thumbs-up, too. You'll be glad you did. Or at least I will be. And that's really all that matters, now isn't it?
Last but not least, because I promote supporting the arts and all...an artist that's making her way all over Flickr right now... Are those not just too freakin' cute? I'll probably be one of the lemmings jumping off the easel soon. I cannot ignore the cuteness much longer. Now if I just had a new house to hang them in. Harumph.
Is it Friday yet?
P.S. Don't forget...the annual Boobie-Thon is up for adoption!