So excited to offer Huntin’ Charlie mini sessions. We’ve been working on this set up for a few weeks. Had the best little models for the hunting camp. Serenity, age 5 and Gabriel Cheshier, age 2, my grand children came to visit with their momma from Monroe, Louisiana. Aren’t they the cutest? I know, I know…that’s the gran ma talk. But come on you have to admit it, they are pretty stinkin’ cute.
The other two cuties are grandsons of Vicki Vickers. Kayden, age 3 was hilarious as he was a little shy at first. He seemed star struck over Serenity and wouldn’t take his eyes off her. It was so cute. Sweet Brycen kept us in stitches as he smiled, crawled (fast) and bounced around the campsite.
Charlie, the buck belongs to my son, Chad Elder. He left Charlie in our care for a while. So Larry and I came up with this idea to create a hunting camp for the kids. I didn’t realize that the girls would have as much fun as the boys.
There is a tent, campfire (pretend of course), marshmallows to roast on the fire, binoculars, camp chairs, thermos and beautiful bird wings for flitting about the camp.
So here are the details for a mini session for your kiddos. They will love it, especially the marshmallows.
You may reserve and pay for your spot by clicking here: Pay for Huntin’ Charlie Mini Session!
This pretty little bird showed at the campsite. Isn’t she beautiful? I called her a pretty little bird and she said, “No I’m a bad bat” Okay so the girl has an imagination.
These beautiful wings were designed and sewn by Stitches by Channon (firstname.lastname@example.org). I met her one day at the The Briar Patch and she was excited to help me with this little project. I first saw the beautiful wings here at Under the Sycamore (love this blog-go check it out)
Well of course Gabriel was all about the marshmallows. He even thought to blow on it. Cracks me up.
Even mommy (my daughter Shereen) got into the play-acting. She is so fun. Love her.