Gorgeous Family of Three Soon to be Four { Pyrmont Family Photographer }

On a sunny slightly chilly Monday morning I had the great pleasure of meeting this beautiful family for a five year old milestone session down at Pirrama Park in Pyrmont. This gorgeous girl also had a little sister on the way so this was their last session as a family of three. I could already tell she was going to be an incredible big sis. We started out at the playground where I hung back as little miss soon-to-be-five had a play on her favourite things.  I love just watching kids at play and enjoy themselves – it is the best way to capture the essence of children. You could tell this family had such fun together as even got mum in on the spinning action.  Then out came the Elsa dress and we moved down to the wharf for some iconic Sydney shots with the Harbour Bridge in the background.  Grandma just happen to be in town so I was able to get some sweet shots of the whole family together.  Then up to the jacaranda trees we went.  This particular tree was mum’s favourite and mum wanted some sweet shots together under this stunning cascade of purple flowers.  Our last stop was James Watkinson Reserve high up on the hill overlooking Sydney Harbour.  This little park is a gem and miss soon-to-be-five was quick to engage both mum and dad in a bit of a play.  I love how varied this session was as we explored all of this sweet family’s favourite spots in Pyrmont.  I hope they enjoyed the session as much as I did and I cannot wait to meet their new little girl in the new year.

Four year old girl playing at Pirrama ParkMum and daughter playing at Pirrama ParkGrandma and granddaughter playing at Pirrama ParkFamily playing on wharfs with Harbour Bridge in backgroundFour year old Elsa on Sydney Harbour in PyrmontFour year old Elsa at Sydney Harbour in PyrmontMum and dad with jacaronda trees in PyrmontDad and daughter with Sydney HarbourFamily playing at park in PyrmontI’d love to capture your family playing. Let’s make a date to get together


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