A couple of Saturdays ago we made our way up to Ballymoney to visit the McDaid family and to take their photograph. They are a beautiful, warm, kind family that made us feel so welcome right from the get go….
Especially this little gentleman, Riley! He immediately welcomed us in and told us he was going to get his photo taken. He is the coolest three year old we know and we are so glad we got to meet him!
Sera and Lee make the sweetest couple, they met on MySpace, are now married and have this wee dude to keep them busy!
We had so much fun with the McDaids before we even got to down to the messy part of their photoshoot, such a happy family!
Whilst mummy and daddy were having their portraits taken, Riley was in the car rocking our to the Beatles, yes the Beatles! Told you he was the coolest three year old ever!
And of course we had to break out the bubbles… who doesn’t love bubbles?!
This is just part one of the McDaids family photoshoot, the other half? Well, this happened…
We had a great morning with Sera, Lee and Riley just having a mess around in their beautiful garden! They were fantastic to work with and a pleasure to get to know! Now, you’ll just have to wait for part two!
If you would like to have an alternative family photoshoot we would love to hear from you! You can use the contact form above or email us at email@example.com! We can’t wait to hear your creative ideas!
P.S. You may recognise Sera. You’re maybe saying to yourself “Here, that good looking girl with the florescent pink hair looks familiar!”
Well then you may have happened upon her blog now again, The Agoraphobic Fashionista, she is wile into her clothes, make up and anything fashion related! If she doesn’t look familiar, where have you been?? Go click that link and give her blog a nosey, she knows a lot about a lot! We also have the deepest respect for Sera as we know this photoshoot was a big deal in more ways than one and we are very grateful that she invited us in to her home.
Sera, thank you!
Lee, thanks for the coffee!
And Riley, you rock, quite literally!