When I was young, I had many injuries. From Dance to Athletics, I did my knees, my ankles, my shins. Well, the night before this little guys session, I tripped. Now when I do something, I do it RIGHT. (Well this is what I LIKE to do! -Just not when I trip) I braced myself, and yes, ouch. As with most times we stub our toe we wait for that pain to die off after about 15 seconds. Well this time, it didn’t. OH NO!
Mr L’s parents got a slightly early morning phone call before they left for the car ride, asking if we could perhaps make it the next day, as I think I’ve broken something.
Sure enough. I had. My big toe. But just because I do things RIGHT. It was in the joint. This then meant that I needed a second opinion to see if I needed surgery. Yep, on a toe.
I narrowly escaped the surgery (well for now, I see a surgeon next week) but found myself in a half cast, and on crutches. Feeling mighty sorry for myself.
SO! With the wonderful help of Miss Bec (our part time assistant) we photographed Mr L the day after. Now you are not allowed to scroll this post quickly without admiring these eyelashes. They were the longest a cutest lashes I have ever seen. Mum seemed quite convinced that he was not going to like the session, as he had shown some great distaste for being undressed. I love a mission!
(Mum & Dad, I’m listening – totally by chance! – to the Kings now! I hope you enjoy your preview, and thanks for your patience!)
So on a admin note: The studio is still available for newborns, and we encourage you to call to enquire about Maternity & Baby sessions. At this stage due to Gemma’s injury, sessions are only available in the Point Cook studio.