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I know it’s early, but I finished sewing Scott’s costume and couldn’t wait to picture him in it.  He’s our little blue bird. It’s one of the Martha Stewart Baby Bird Costumes that I first fell in love with  in 2o02.   Sigh… I mourn that her Baby Magazine didn’t last very long.   I treasure each…

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  • sophie

    Beautiful !

  • Bridget

    Ohmygosh! How flippin’ adorable! My favorite is the one with the binky! I can’t wait to see the little blue bird in person. 🙂 I think I turned out even better than the Martha Stewart one!

  • efrat

    love your blog!! you have beautiful boys, and this costume is perfect!

  • helena

    Wow! Beautiful photography, baby, and costume. I was actually google searching for tips on Martha’s bluebird costume since directions are so vague, just wondering if you have any tips.

  • Little Starling Photography

    I would completely agree! I read the directions over and over and over. After I had the pattern drawn and cut, there’s a three in slit, that helps in lining up all the pieces. I ignored the Velcro part, and just used elastic to hold the wings on each arm. I used hot glue and sewing to hold it all together. So far so good.

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  • britt

    Look how grown up he is! 🙂

  • # 3 is my favorite

    its the profiles I love

  • Oh I can’t decide! I love them all. 🙂 They’re all such sweet pics of Jack and Perry.

  • daddy of 2

    I’m torn between the first 3 pictures. Even though they are too close to call, if I absolutely had to put them in priority, I’d say that 1st place is the second picture, 2nd place is the first picture, and 3rd place is the 3rd picture. But again, any one of those would work perfectly!

We’re at the same setup by the window as yesterday, but have a black cloth over the  cardboard.  I’m in love with the windows here.  I’ll be able to shoot all winter long.  And Scott is at the perfect age.  He can sit up but not escape.   We’ll be taking full advantage of that. ….

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  • Bridget

    I love that sweet upper lip and soft shoulder skin! These are precious!

  • Holly

    Awww. He’s so cute and I can’t believe he’s already sitting up.

  • I discovered your blog and website the other day as I was searching for family photographers. I live in Tucson and hope to do something similar. I love your idea of using cardboard as a background, especially for your little redhead! The black background for the baby looks amazing too.

  • Ananda

    The toy in the mouth one is my favorite because it is so
    how a baby sees the world, through their mouths:)

I just wanted a picture of his freckles, they finally are evening out.  Just sit and let me get a picture.  But no, he had to protest and snub his nose at me.  Yes, at age two, he’s somehow learned the art of snubbing.   I barely got a pleasant look from him. And a photography…

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  • that first big pic of jack is just amazing! i would blow that up and frame it! he’s so adorable!!!

  • Holly

    Your boys are so adorable – and getting so big! Love you guys.

  • Excuse me….I didn’t say J could get so big did I?
    Great freckle shot!

  • daddy of 2

    Amazing how something so simple as cardboard could produce such depth in color. Breathtaking photos, my gorgeous photographer!

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