In late August, on the eve of the new 'lil sir's two-month birthday, Ann and I reconnected with Marchet Butler
(who shot Jack when he was just a month old
) for a photoshoot of the new boy and the family.
So on a beautiful Saturday morning, we met Marchet at the Roswell City Hall to shoot the family both on and around the Roswell Cultural Arts Center
and the Smith Plantation
. It was great to work with Marchet again (well, for me it was the first time)—she's got a great way with the kids and did wonders to help keep Jack engaged throughout the 1.5 hour shoot. And as a reward, we got some fantastic pics of the littlest Jordan. We also got some priceless shots of Jack and the family, too.
Capturing such brief times in the little boys' lives is a strange thing, indeed. Looking back now, on the eve of Malcolm's three-month birthday, it's shocking just how much the little man has changed in one short month. And how much milk-weight the little butterball has packed on. At this age—perhaps at any—you blink and they've changed entirely. In this light, the value of Marchet's pics is incalculable.
Enjoy a sampling from the shoot.
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