Mr C, Who I Am Project - Melfort, Sk Photographer, Tween Photography

April 30, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

 

 

Mr. C is my first born and I am so proud of the person he is growing up to be. He makes me laugh everyday with his quirky jokes. He is showing signs of maturity and is turning out to be very responsible. He has a old soul. Him and I have some of our greatest conversations when it is just me and him at bedtime. My greatest wish for him is to grow up and live his best life possible and that he is happy and healthy. I also hope that he has everything in life that he wants. 

The Who I Am project is an amazing project to be apart of not only are you getting portraits of your child but you are giving them such an amazing, uplifting, positive experience. This project is designed to create beautiful portraits along with positive quotes that loved ones have said about your child. So I brought my son into the studio one afternoon and I photographed him just the way he wanted. We also brought in his new snowboard. This past winter he was so excited to switch from skiing to snowboarding. After a couple of lessons he was a natural on his snowboard. We incorporated his snowboard into some portraits and I just love how they turned out.  Rachel Enge Photography, Who I Am Project CRachel Enge Photography, Who I Am Project C He is so much like his father it is unreal. Some people have said "how the heck did you clone yourself" or they have said Mr. C is my husbands "mini me!"

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The Who I am project gives your tween a gift from you and their grandparents as well as relatives. I would love to have had this as a gift when I was my sons age. It shows them what an impact they as a person are having on us parents and loved ones. 

 

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These are the forgotten years. The Who I Am Project celebrates this age group. These tweens are growing up so fast and we forget to capture these moments, these stages in life. This is a gift that will last a lifetime, it is a great portrait session to give to a tween!

 

 

 

Cheers!

 

Rachel


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