Finally a baby girl!  It seems to come in waves.  First it will be all boys all the time.  Then it will switch to girls.  And back and forth it goes or so it seems.

This session happened to include a 3 girls that I’m just a little attached to.

Our family isn’t super big and for a variety of reasons, my kids don’t have many cousins.  Fortunately, I grew up with quite a few cousins and we’ve stayed close so I’ve become Aunt Jodi to my cousin’s 3 beautiful girls.  And I’ve also been the lucky photographer to capture all 3 of them almost from birth.

This time it was the baby celebrating 6 months and I learned an important lesson. Being 6 months old isn’t very much fun when you can’t sit up and just get to watch your older sisters run around no matter how adorable you look in your pretty blue ruffle romper.

Yes, little baby Sadie wasn’t quite ready to sit up but was quite happy to stick her tongue out at me every few frames 🙂

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And I wasn’t kidding about the tongue 😛

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Of course, big sister #2 was quite happy to show the baby how to pose for pictures.

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After Sadie’s pictures, we headed outside to try to get some family photos.  It wasn’t incredibly cold but the wind was the worst and these girls were such troopers through it all.

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