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Newborn and Toddler Shoot with the Moles Family

Here's a peek of the Moles kids, Laina and Finn. These were taken at their home using our mobile studio. Laina loved being in front of the camera and Finn hardly fussed at all. In fact, he was either asleep or close enough to it that we were able to pose him without any trouble. Their parents have become good friends of ours that we feel extremely blessed to know. Hope you enjoy!

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Reader Comments (3)

Hay Nathan - Wow! You did a great job with the photo shoot... and just in time for Father's Day too! I can't help but feel like a proud Daddy when I look at the pictures and watch the video you put together! Awesome!

Thanks for your hard work!

June 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSteve Moles

Hi Nathan!

These pictures are absolutely stunning! You did a great job capturing my daughter's curious and playful personality! And our little one just look sooooo cute! Thank you so much for coming to our house and taking these fantastic pictures of the kids! We look forward to the next photoshoot! Perhaps when Laina turns 3 and Finn 1!

Thanks again!


June 18, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterTerhi Tuominen-Moles

Steve and Terhi,

Thanks so much for your supportive comments. I'd love to shoot Laina and Finn again! Looking forward to it.


June 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterNathan Ciurzynski

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