Mister C’s Morning at the Park ~ George George Park, Clinton Twp.

Boy in black and white at George George Park

I’m so glad that the weather has finally warmed up around here. I honestly thought that the winter would never end. It was starting to get to me-I just wanted to be out in the sun where it’s warm, with flowers blooming and all of the good stuff that comes with the spring/summer time. Plus, who wants to drag their kids outside for a photo session while everything is kind of ‘blah’ and dreary? So FINALLY it warmed up and starting looking nice outside again. What better way to kick things off than to photograph Mister C? Alas, it’s time for more photographs of this absolutely handsome and photogenic little ham that I just adore! His mom had contacted me to get pictures for his 3rd birthday. His mom initially wanted to have the session at Waldenburg Park at 21 Mile and Romeo Plank, BUT they’re in the process of giving it a makeover and making it even better for the kiddos, so we changed locations and decided to do an early morning session at George George Park  in Clinton Twp. instead.

We met up on a Sunday morning and Mister C was all smiles, until he was done. At that point he was like “C’mon guys, I just want to play on the playscape!” Yeah, you typically know when a little one is done with pictures. They hit a wall and it’s just over. We got some kick-butt photos in the meantime though! He was in such a good mood and all about the dandelions changing. I think by the end of the session he was pretty covered in dandelion seeds and the white fuzz that come with them.

Check out the images below. How can you not totally fall in love with this face? He makes my job so easy. Seriously.

boy holding dandelion with big smile boy looking solemn standing at park Boy smirking at park Boy blowing on dandelion at park boy looking at dandelion at park boy near water at park boy on bridge with smileboy looking down at park in black and white

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