Hello! I'm Felicity and I'm a motherhood photographer based in Fort Worth, Texas. Snuggle up, get cozy, grab a cup of coffee (or an iced chai tea latte in my case) and enjoy this showcase of my latest work. I'm excited to give you a little peek into my life and the moments and milestones I capture for my clients.
I had so much fun playing in Fort Worth’s Oakmont Park with my lovely neighbor and her adorable baby girl. I get to share in motherhood with some pretty amazing women. Katie and Corrie were kind enough to be my test models as I was scouting a new location to offer my clients. We found the ideal spot for motherhood mini sessions and I can’t wait to get eight more mommas in front of my camera. I was so glad Katie agreed to location scout with me. I knew that with these two beauties and a sun-kissed setting, we’d make magic. Katie has seemingly effortless style (her dress came from her very own online boutique). I love that she came to our session in a maxi dress. Long, full-length, flowy dresses and skirts look amazing on camera because they bring extra movement to the photos.
Can we talk about Corrie for a minute? Babies don’t come any cuter than this little bundle. This might be controversial, but I’m going to say it. I think six to ten months is the most adorable of ages. Infants are great. Toddlers are amazing, but give me a nine month old baby any day of the week. I mean, do you see that red hair, those striking eyes, that perfect pout and those chubby little legs. Stick a bow on me, I’m done. Seriously though, I die at her precious outfit. I’m in love with being a boy-mom, but I could use more hair bows in my life.
Corrie was in a great mood during our session. She was content and interested (she only ate a tiny bit of grass) and that made it easy for Katie and I to chat while I snapped away. Of course, we talked all things motherhood. We shared our current highs and lows, struggles and joys and we both agreed that we’d know we’ve done a good job if we raise kind children. It’s important to us both that we raise kids who include others. I know Katie will succeed – she leads by example.