this is two | NH Children’s Photographer

Most people have heard of the expression “terrible twos” when it comes to toddlerhood. Well, I have to respectfully disagree with all of those who believe in it! I think the twos are awesome. At two, they really start talking (and more often than not, they say hilarious things!), they become a bit more independent but still have their baby ways about them, and their personalities really begin to shine through, yet they are still easily persuaded into doing what you want! What’s not to love?

I have photographed this wee one since day 1 (well day 6 to be exact), and she gets more and more beautiful each time I see her… she just turned two and is going to be a big sister!

Without further ado, this is two…


We were not planning on going near the lake for this session, but we wanted to change up the scenery (even though I do love me some dirt roads and tall grass!) The huge piece of drift wood and lush greens were the perfect backdrop, and boy did she have fun splashing her little piggy toes in the water and digging in the sand! It is sometimes best just to let them loose when photographing at this age.CFBlog3CFBlog4

So much joy.CFBlog5(5)

She is a beauty.CFBlog5CFBlog6CFBlog7

Wondering where she gets her good looks from? Here’s mommy with baby #3 on the way. Her mom is as beautiful on the inside as on the outside. It has been such a privilege to photograph all of her pregnancies and babies! CFBlog9

Peekaboo and quiet moments with mommy… savoring the last few weeks of being the baby in the family.CFBlog10(5)CFBlog10

As always, you two steal my heart every time. I can’t wait to meet baby #3! xoxo


Tia Morrell - September 15, 2015 - 9:36 pm

OMG!!! Rebecca you have captured Carleigh perfectly!!! So in love

Michael Poulin - September 15, 2015 - 10:01 pm

These are absolutely just wonderful. Your photography is just spectacular — and I will admit that I am biased, considering the subjects. Love these two and am so happy to see these photos. 🙂

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