I know it’s been awhile since I’ve published any photos of Caleb and I’m at fault for not getting tons of photos of him. Sadly, his life after 1 year has been documented by an iPhone.
A lot has changed since his last session and he’s pretty much grown into a toddler. He spent a lot of time very interested in learning the alphabet and after he perfected that, he started to master numbers. Now, these things start to bore him and he’s focused all his energy and attention in fire trucks, trains, ambulances, construction vehicles and…garbage trucks.
I know I haven’t been the best father but I couldn’t have asked for anything else every moment I look at him. He’s been that rock during the toughest of days and his laughter just fills my heart with pure joy. I sat down at my desk the other day as my wife nears the end of her pregnancy and really started to become emotional knowing that my little buddy won’t occupy 100% of my attention. Because, for all that he’s done for me in these short 21 months, he deserves all of it.
First of all, we would like to thank everyone who made this possible. We are forever blessed to be surrounded by such good people.
Here’s a couple of photos I got before I got kicked out. I guess I better get used to seeing a lot of pink…
Now that Caleb is a little older, we’ve been able to do more things during the summer. I remember last year we just basically pushed around in a stroller but since he’s really active, we’ve been able to explore a bit more. This summer has been very exciting and eventful. Caleb loves the water, pool, beach, sink…basically anything. We can’t get him away from the water. And from the photos, can you tell I really suck at putting on sun block for him? Stay tuned for more photos of our summer adventures.
And for the photogs out there, shot on my beloved EOS 3 with Portra 160.
Just thought we’d like to share some wonderful news with everyone…we are expecting baby #2. And it’s a girl.
Tomorrow. May 12, 2012, many will help fundraise for a dear friend of ours, Gail, who was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer earlier this year. At the event, a free mini session will be auctioned off. So, if you are free tomorrow, go down and get your sweat on for a great cause!
Event starts at 10am at Farrington High School