So I’m back. And this time you better grab your tissues because I have the sweetest birth story.
I love all births but this one is extra special. You see, Caitlin and Tyler are my first bride and groom to book me for their birth story. I can’t really put into words how much it means to me that a couple would continue to trust me again and again with some of the most special memories in their life. It makes them just feel like the sweetest friends. And honestly, these two are so special to Mike and me! They just love Ellie (she even attended their wedding). At their maternity sessions it was just the sweetest thing seeing Tyler play and chase her around with a piece of hay! And after seeing that and the pride on his face right after his baby boy was born, I have no doubt he will be a fantastic dad. And Caitlin, I cried editing this video and the photos because she is so tenderhearted, so full of joy, and motherhood suits her so well!
I want to give a little back story for you. You may wonder, why did you take a bunch of clips of the rain? Well, on Caitlin and Tyler’s wedding day it decided to pour the rain…just like it did the night that Beau was born. I loved it because God orchestrates even the smallest details of our stories!
Caitlin and Tyler, you guys are awesome and I am so thankful for your friendship! I hope you absolutely treasure these images and video for years to come. I pray that when you watch the video, it takes you right back to that very late night that little (or not so little ;] hehe ) Beau made his grand entrance and you can remember that flood of emotions, the tears rolling down your cheeks, the sweet smell of baby, and how it felt to hold your boy for the very first time as a mama. I love you all!
So grab a tissue and enjoy the birth story of sweet Beau Steven!
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Emily is a southwest Virginia-based destination wedding photographer + videographer specializing in telling the love stories of farm girls + guys—the ones who love adventures on farms, barns, and mountaintops!
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