These are my fellow giants! Hope they don't mind the nickname : )
They are a stunning trio.
Christopher is so adorable and he knew exactly when to smile for the camera.
This is the McGill family with the Godparents and Godsisters.
Everyone is seated on the patio and the ceremony has begun, Christopher is still smiling!
A very important call needed to be made I guess...
They invited a few close friends and family members. Readings were prepared for a select few to present during the ceremony. There were several readings, all done very nicely. I really liked this picture here of Jennie reading the story "Me and My Little Brother" by Mercer Mayer. It was really cute and the story fit perfectly into the ceremony.
When you have other children it is always important to make them feel like they are a part of the event. The McGill's did a perfect job doing just that. First older brother, Ryan is held by Dad and then after the baptism he is helping with the blowing out of the candle.
This photo is just too cute of Ryan hugging his baby brother. These are the moments we all treasure and try to remember as they are fighting and screaming at each other. (hahaha)
The Godparents Chris and Shannon live out of town so I was trying my hardest to get a good family photo for them. This however cannot be a forced thing upon tired children but we managed to get a couple cute ones! My favorite is the one of them below, alone and lookin' good!
Here is the cake in honor of Christopher's big day.
A Canon Moment as Ryan learns more about the turkey feather in his hand.
Last but not least this is another great family I met at the McGill's. We had fun getting their boys to laugh for the camera using the all too famous -reverse psychology and it worked!
I know this blog has more previews than normal but I had a really hard time
norrowing down what I wanted to show off! We got a lot of great shots and I can't wait to show them all to the family.
Thank you McGill Family and to everyone who was at the ceremony for making me feel so at home and for having me document such an important part of your lives. I am looking forward to our next session together!
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