they sure grow up fast, just a couple of years ago i was changing dipers and now im dropping them on the kinder
BREATH TAKING, I love the emotion captured in all your images.... Jeremy Im a HUGE fan of you, if someday you come down to photograph the social reality of Buenos Aires please let me know I'd love to work with you ... Congratulations for your new website !!!
Just reposted this photo to facebook. I LOVE this photo!! My littlest goes to K in July and I so longed to have her home when I saw this photo. This photo leaves me with a thankful ache in my heart!
I don't have kids and I would have cried if I were there. This is so precious! The crown is...perfect.
Absolutley beautiful shot! I see this pic and I feel the moment and tears well up in my eyes, probably cause I'm on the other end of the spectrum soon where my oldest daughter will be graduating high school and moving on to college. We cherish these moments and you've captured it.
I love this shot sooo much! And not just because I'm a mom. :) Beautiful, and adorable, moment. By the way, I so much rather read REAL personal posts... yet I, myself, am afraid to write them on my own blog. WHY is this?
They will always have each other and always be close. I can tell you right now your son will not let your daughter date much when they get older! My son is now 22 and my daughter is almost 21. It was just yesterday. Thanks for the heart warming smile.
Right there with you man :) I drop off my 5 yr. old daughter at kindergarten every day now.. and still not used to it. Her 2 yr. old sister yelled 'I'll miss you Corrie, see you later!' from the door way this morning :' )
I love this photo. So happy you managed to catch this moment, it is truly priceless. And kudos for raising kids who love each other so much. ;)
You can't put a price on that photo. Looks like our kids are the same age. My son started kindergarten this year too and on the first day, we walked him to his class, he hung up his backpack and then he just bolted for his seat. Didn't even say bye or look back. My wife and I were shocked, we didn't know whether to laugh or cry. Like yours, my son and daughter are best buds... the majority of the time. Great post, Jeremy.
This is a sweet picture. I have the same situation, a son that's almost 2 years older than our 9 month old daughter, and it amazes me how close they are at even this young age.
Beautiful moment, a great capture. Wish I brought my camera with me last year when our youngest went for his first day. Almost the same scene with his big sister. They do grow up fast don't they ?
This is treasure photo! I love how photo's freeze frame moments in time that we can look back and remember every emotion on what was happening when we took it. Re-living the moment is joy.
Love this post Jeremy. Just recently became a father to an amazing little girl. It's now that I realize the comment that everyone tells you, "they grow up to fast." All to true. Thanks for sharing!
Wow. I LOVE this. I would've stood there like a idiot with my camera in hand watching it instead of capturing it. I guess that's why you're a photographer and I'm not. :) Great job.
Our daughter also started Kindergarten this year. At her school, they have the kids line up on the side on the building on the first few days (each classroom has an entrance from the outside). Parents aren't allowed past a certain point, so the kids are in line with just their teachers. She was last in line for her class, and as they walked in, one-by-one, right before she got to the door to go inside, she stopped, gave us one last look, and then headed in with her classmates. Extremely intense moment! It's funny how kids change you!