home is where the heart is mini sessions | austin children’s photographer | mollie kendall photography

Here comes winter! We may only have 2 or 3 months of cold weather here, and northerners may laugh at all the southerners for calling it “cold”, but it definitely keeps the Texans inside! That said, this is a perfect time to schedule a lifestyle child or family session to be held in your home! No home is too small and your home does not have to be a perfect showcase.

My sister and I go to my parents house every other Sunday for lunch. Recently, we started going through the many many reels of slides my dad collected when we were younger. Yes, we did the yearly posed family photo at church and bought each year’s school photo but it is so absolutely priceless to go though the images of our family doing simple everyday family things! Peeking out of the crib in the nursery. Playing alone with tinker toys in my room. Fingerpainting with my sister. Swimming in the little plastic pool in the backyard. Just natural, real moments…

Amazing lasting memories of my childhood were built in my family’s home and we have them to look back on forever in pictures. I would love to help tell the story of your family by going into your home to capture you in the place where your family laughs, loves and grows. These sessions will capture your family’s natural moments together. Capture your child relaxed in her familiar surroundings. Photos for you and your children to remember of this time in your life.

Home is Where the Heart is – mini sessions
In home child or family session providing you 15 digital files and 5×7 prints of each image.
3 mini accordion books with select images.
Total $500.00 Deposit $200.00

These sessions are to take place between December 1st and March 31st.
Limited sessions are available.
Not available for newborn sessions under one month.
Additional fee for more than 4 participants.
Please contact me with any questions and to book your session!



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