K + P ~ An Intimate In-Home Maternity Session

K + P were the first couple I ever took pictures of. After posting a model call, they reached out to me on our local town's social media platform, and we set up a shoot that happened on the 2nd to last day of the year in 2018. From the moment I met them, I knew their love was one for the books- full of the little things that truly mean the world. About a year and a half later, in the summer of 2019, I reached out to them once more, to see if they would model for an elopement styled shoot that I was putting together. They said yes, and I dressed them up in wedding attire once again, letting them relive their big day. After this, we said our goodbyes but made sure to stay in contact over Instagram. In November, K messaged me to tell me the best news- they were expecting. It was still far out, so we planned for a day in early May, when the bump was definitely there. Unfortunately, with everything going on, we had to postpone until it was safe to do it again. We finally found a time where we both felt comfortable doing the shoot again, and I found myself in their cute home on this gorgeous late May afternoon. I can't tell you how amazing it is to get to capture clients over and over again.

As soon as I opened the door to come in, I was met with their newest addition to the fam, Branch! He's HUGE, but an absolute teddy bear- the sweetest pup I have met. With that, we caught up, talking about quarantine and the baby. We took some shots in the kitchen, capturing where they had been and what they had been doing for the past few months at home. We went upstairs to the nursery, painted a pale yellow. We ended with some shots in their bedroom, K allowing me to capture the beauty of the female body and of course, with Branch on the bed! 

I'm so grateful to know K + P. I'm so lucky to have gotten to photograph them more them once, and now get to be apart of them welcoming a baby to this world. K + P- you are going to be the most wonderful parents. I can't wait to meet the baby and come and see Branch again.