I love capturing moments between little ones and their parents during family sessions. They are so authentic and spill over with love and connection. That’s how Me and my Mammy or Me and my Daddy was born. With Mother’s Day on the horizon this really is the perfect experience for any new Mammies.
Is there really any feeling like cuddling up to your child and having a giggle? I don’t think so. I’ve been thinking! Not everyone wants a family photo session, it’s just not everyone’s cup of tea. But, why not dedicate 30 minutes to you and your child and let me capture the moments for you.
What is it?
‘Me and my Mammy’ or ‘Me and my Daddy’ is a mini session in your home where Mammy or Daddy hang out with their little person for cuddles, giggles, stories, tickles or whatever you love to do together. I will capture you just being together. That means kisses, hugs, little details, expressions and laughter captured forever. These are moments you can’t capture yourself but moments that your children you will treasure forever.
This can be purchased as a special gift for your partner for Christmas, birthday, mother’s day, father’s day or simply just to show how much Mammy or Daddy is loved. I am all for Mammy or Daddy getting in front of the camera, it’s so important to include yourself in your family photos. Even in my own house it can look like I’m not there most of the time as I’m always behind the camera. This is so important for your children as they grow, they need to see themselves with you in their family photos.
These special packages will include a 30 minute session in your home, park, cafe wherever you want to hang out plus your favourites of the digitals. You can purchase as a gift for someone you love or for yourself and child/children. Just contact me below for details.
If you prefer the sound of a full session please get in touch for details. I promise you won’t regret it. Also if you are looking for a good read visit https://www.mummypages.ie/voices where you will find me and a whole community of like-minded Mams and Dads.