When Magdelana's session was rained out (thank you rainy summer), we rescheduled for just before her due date and crossed our fingers she would still be pregnant. When it came time for the session, a storm hit the area and it got really dark and windy out. We were bummed, but took it with a grain of salt and moved to the studio. She nailed it. Take a look for yourself! But first, here's a little Q&A we had about her session.
What is the first thing that ran through your mind when you found out you were pregnant?
I was surprised, but anxious to be a parent again and watch my son be a big brother!
What have been the most memorable parts of this pregnancy?
This pregnancy flew by so fast, probably because I was chasing a toddler around too! My son called her "poo poo" and insisted on this being her name.
Did you have any pregnancy cravings? What were they?
I craved all things sweet (just as the old wives tales say with girls), specifically mostly slushies and anything over ice.
What was your favorite part about our session together?
I loved how beautiful it made me feel! It was so comfortable and easy to work with Angie. She gave direction well to capture images and help distract/keep my son busy!
How did you prepare for our photo shoot? How was your experience? Were you nervous or worried before? How did it turn out?
I did not really prepare for the shoot besides putting myself together with hair and makeup. The experience was so fun and enjoyable! Angie was so sweet and kind hearted, allowed me to relax and enjoy myself through the session. I was a little nervous but talking with Angie helped me to laugh and just be myself. They turned out so amazing!
Do you have other children? How do they react to the pregnancy? Feel free to share a little about them here.
My son, is 2 years old, at first he did not understand but he grew to be excited to welcome his baby sister into the world. We practiced what it would be like and how he could be a big helper! Lincoln, has such a gentle nature he was so great through the whole process.