speedy | huntsville children’s photographer

Standing disclaimer for the next two weeks: I’m still in Dayton and editing on my laptop so forgive me if the colors seem wonky on these next few sneak peeks. I’ll be sure to fix any issues once I get back home to my callibrated monitor but I didn’t want to get behind on my sneak peeks!

I had an extra special session yesterday afternoon at a gorgeous park* in downtown Dayton. It was extra special on two fronts. First, the family I got to hang out with is an Air Force family that we’ve known for years and it was so exciting to see them again and meet their sweet boy! Second, in two weeks dad is heading off for a tour of duty in Iraq. I hope having these images will help get them all through that separation.

Lest you be fooled by his apparent “pose”, my little friend is f.a.s.t. I feel like I should boldly italicize that word and then throw in a couple of asterisks for good measure. Like this: *FAST*.  Yes, that’s more like it. No wonder his parents are in such great shape!


Exhibit A…


He had no problem slowing down for daddy snuggles though…


And tosses… (how’s THAT for some height?!)…


And, of course, no toddler session would be complete without a swinging shot. But this one, I LOVE. I knew as soon as I nabbed it that it would be a keeper.

You can’t fake joy like this.


Thanks for spending the afternoon with us you guys…and for the yummy dinner!


* I have serious park envy over the metro park system here in Dayton…it’s amazing! Over the next ten days I’ll be figuring out a way to put at least one of them in my pocket…

Cousin Craig Those are great pictures. We did something similar, but I think your shots are better.

Amy Love seeing this family! And that last shot is perfect!

misty too cute!! Looks like a fun session!

together again | huntsville children’s photographer » Erin Cobb Photography […] Last year I photographed this family of three just days before little guy’s daddy was heading …. I loved what we captured but it was a bit bittersweet knowing they would be separated for 6 months. This year there was nothing bittersweet about our time together! With the Iraq tour behind them and a new little guy in the mix this now family of four was right where they belonged — together.  Last year when big brother was two he was FAST. This year at three he’s even FASTER. I didn’t think it was possible! Catching him in this pensive moment was a serious surprise. And a lucky shot. […]

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