Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Rod Bump | Malibu, CA

I've known Obed for about 15 years now. He's only a few years older than me so we essentially grew up together, always in the same groups and classes at church. I had the privilege of documenting with my lens his engagement to his gorgeous (then) fiancé Diana, and then I captured their beautiful rustic wedding. So needless to say that I was so happy for them when I heard they were expecting, and I was overjoyed when Diana contacted me to capture their maternity session. I've been in business for four years, and this is the first family that I've had the honor of capturing from engagement to wedding to maternity, and soon (hopefully, hint hint :)) newborn session!

This session was especially great because of everything that happened the week before the session - from them loosing a friend, then Obed got injured at work (and almost sliced his finger off!) and arrived to the session with a heavily bandaged finger, and, as if all of that wasn't enough, he also got an eye infection in the days leading up to the session. Yeah - if it could go wrong it went wrong. But Diana and Obed are such troopers! They went forth with the session and it was absolute perfection! The location was gorgeous, the light couldn't have been any better, and you would never know all that happened before their session. Diana and Obed are SO in love and their love shone the entire time. Baby Malachi will be born into such a loving, God-fearing home. What a blessed baby boy.

Diana + Obed - congratulations on your adorable little bump! You two are so awesome, and I had so much fun with you guys! I'm so glad we got to catch up and laugh for a couple of hours, and that I got to see your adorable little bump before Malachi arrives :)

Hugs + Blessings,

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