Happy Valentine’s Day to all you love birds out there! I thought I would share some love by sharing one of my favourite family photo shoots of 2014. I photographed Jenny & Russ’ wedding back in 2012, and it was such a beautiful wedding, you could definitely feel the love between them. Jenny is a professional architect, and I’m a architect nerd myself so it was a match made in heaven!  I knew they would choose a gorgeous place for their urban wedding, and of course they did at one of my favourite spots, Canoe Restaurant. Which is at the top floor of the TD bank tower. Her wedding dress was simple, yet elegant and went so well with her bouquet- it was to die for. It had a ton of different textures happening!

So when they asked me to photograph their newest addition to their family, Charlie, I was overjoyed to photograph him! He is the most adorable little baby ever. 🙂 I just love it when couples ask me to photograph the newest edition to their family after I’ve photographed their wedding, it’s a very emotional full circle moment for me. I named this post the many expressions of Charlie as he has such cute little personality at 4 months; he is just full of so many different facial expressions, loves to laugh, and play–of course! Jenny & Russ are just overjoyed to have Charlie as a son and are such wonderful parents.

a family photo of a cute baby smiling in toronto

a family photo of a cute baby on his dads shoulders in toronto

a family photo of a cute baby walking with his dad in toronto

a family photo of a cute baby crawling with his dad in toronto

a family photo of them laying down in toronto

a family photo of a cute baby smiling in a crib in toronto

a family photo of a cute baby being held by his mom in toronto

a family photo of a baby's tiny hands in toronto

a family photo against a colourful painting in toronto

a family photo of a cute baby in a crib with books in toronto

a family photo of a cute baby smiling on a changing table in toronto

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a family photo of the family walking down the stairs in toronto