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Portrait of two little boys

Archie and Billy are brothers and their mum wanted a portrait of them while they are still babies. They are very close together in age and you can see how well they’re going to get along as they grow up as there’s already a clear bond. I had a lovely morning at home with them before Billy had his nap and they were great to photograph with lots of smiles and fun.  Archie is very much into his ball sports and Billy is keen to join in so I’m sure it won’t be long before he’s just as mobile.

First it was rugby…

Then football…

And even a bit of golf…

It’s tough when you can’t join in properly. I had to include this one for the cuteness factor, but never has ‘joy to see’ been less appropriate. The dot of the J on his face can’t be very comfortable either! Poor Billy.

Luckily he quickly cheered up and we got a few shots of them together and individually.

Back indoors Thomas The Tank Engine was far more interesting than me and my camera.



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  • neil matthewscutie pies indeed! great shots! x

  • Rebecca HoneywellVery cute! I love the one of Archie playing rugby, the light is fantastic!

  • Katethey are fantastic Susie – but, bit of a problem….. how am I going to be able to choose, as they are all too cute! I’ll check my diary and let you know re viewing.

  • CristinaAdorable, Susie! I love the belly laughs in the first one!

  • Hayley RuthThese two are just too cute! I love the last two black and white ones, makes me want to know what they are watching because it looks interesting!

  • susieThanks for all the lovely comments. Kate, I can’t wait to show you the rest.
    I pressed my own ‘facebook like’ button to see what happens, having only just added one for the first time to this post. Now I feel a bit of a fool as I can’t unlike it and I look a bit daft liking my own post! That’ll teach me. Feel free to press it if you’re not me though 😉

  • CarrieGreat photos Susie – love the one’s against the white wooden door.

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