We had passed the halfway point in pregnancy pretty quickly and without even noticing. We were at a wedding recently. We were both
dressed up not wearing sweats. There was a sketchy alley photo op location not far from the hotel. I knew if I passed up a perfectly good opportunity to get tetanus take pictures, my cousin would be disappointed. We set up the tripod and captured a couple memories. I LOVE these that Rusty got but I'm still hoping to go see her later on for some real ones (and a bigger belly). You know, that I actually wash and comb my hair for.
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
I probably should have changed the web tag on these because I didn't really capture much of anything. It was more like Rusty and the tripod doing the work. I think I'm ready to hire him for more than taking checks to the bank. ;)
I cried when I booked this session. I'm totally blaming it on the hormones but honestly, I might have cried anyway! I lived next door to this (not so little anymore) guy when he was a tiny thing. I babysat him from the time he was a baby until I left town (he was about 6 then?). When I left, my little sister babysat him and I would continue to check in on him. I have so many great Connor stories (but I promised to try not to embarrass him too bad). My favorite story is the one his mom was telling at his senior picture session. She says he was out in the highway as a car was coming and I swooped in to save his life. She makes me sound way more awesome than I was but I love it. ;)
Connor, you have grown into such an awesome guy. I know you are going to do big things! (And really, if I can get you to come to college close to us, I so want you to babysit for us!) Have a great senior year!