This post brings a smile to my face! While we had best intentions to do a newborn session 6 months ago, Miss Eliora needed several surgeries and treatments that delayed our plans. To sum it up, I use the word joy because this family of four is full of just that — joy.  Mom and Dad don’t mention the daily challenges they face, having a little one with Spina Bifida. Instead we only talked about milestones, smiles, preschool, and the joy of parenthood.  Mom is a friend of mine, and she was actually Kylie’s first preschool teacher.  She made me feel so comfortable leaving my first born 2 year old child in her care, and now it’s even more obvious why.  Her capacity for love, compassion, determination, and poise is unmatched.  I feel so thankful and honored to be able to capture this time in their lives.  And if anyone has a doubt that a child with Spina Bifida can live a full and beautiful life,  he or she hasn’t met this little lady.

I think this is my most favorite picture.  Love, love, love it!

Getting lots of hugs and protection from handsome big brother!  I can’t believe how big he is, with that fun, curly hair!  His newborn pics are here.

Daddy was so good at getting all the giggles!

To read more about Spina Bifida, please visit the Spina Bifida Association website.

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