miss zoey – manhattan ks child photographer

Earlier this month, I had the chance to go hang out with little miss Zoey and her parents at their Manhattan, KS home. I had met them the month before while photographing their adorable home (already sold!), and as we were talking about their upcoming move out of state, Zoey’s mom mentioned that they needed to get Zoey’s portraits made.

Two weeks later, and I got to hang out with Zoey at her home and at nearby Anneberg Park. I spent nearly the whole time laughing and playing with this adorable, energetic, Wiggle-loving little girl.

Everyone, meet Zoey:

Zoey is the typical 2.5-year-old toddler: shy at first, but curious enough about the rabbit on the top of your camera that she will eventually come out of her shell and play.

Besides, she loves her little pink sunglasses.

To see more, check out the full post:

After hanging out in the living room, watching the Wiggles, dancing, and having a blast, we moved into the front bedroom to take advantage of some killer light and decorating.

There were some quiet moments.

And we had some smiles, too.

Back in the living room, there is a gorgeous rocking horse that Zoey’s dad made her from scratch. By himself. He even did all the leatherwork on the saddle. I was blown away. Check out how cute this thing is! Do you see that Rocking-Z brand? Awesome!

Of course, Zoey had to change into her cowgirl duds for this next series.

We went outside for a little bit, and despite the cold and snow on the ground, we still had a great time playing peek-a-boo in the playhouses.

Thank you, Zoey, for all the fun we had. You have a lovely family, with lots of new adventures ahead of you in North Carolina!


2 Responses to “miss zoey – manhattan ks child photographer”

  1. Megan Reed

    I went to Sears photography to try to get one year pictures done for my son, the photographer and i couldnt get him to smile or sit still, i was thinking that maybe if he were in his on environment in an open space it may be easier. Do you come to homes, do outside photography? and is it easy for you to work with mobile little ones?

    Thank you,
    Megan Reed

    • rik

      Ahaha, Megan, working with mobile little ones is never easy…it’s a lot of work, but a lot of fun at the same time. =] I’ll email you answers to your other questions. Thanks for the comment!


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