On Sunday I had the unprecedented opportunity to go to Turner Field with Reese, his big brother Devin and their parents. The Atlanta Braves were away in Boston which gave us an opportunity to play some baseball. I’ve never had an opportunity to access the stadium outside of game time and it was REALLY COOL. The most interesting realization I had was that the field really wasn’t as big as I always imagined it would be. I mean, it’s big, but it’s not any bigger because it’s “major league.” For those of you baseball fans, you’re probably laughing at me now. I know baseball fields are a regulation size, but being inside that massive stadium makes it feel so much bigger when you’re sitting in the stands. But on the field? No big whoop. I could’ve pitched a ball across home plate, no problem! Yeah, right.
Reese LOVES baseball and even though he’s not quite 2 years old, he’s got a great hand. Already catching throws from dad. There are so many great moments from our adventure portrait that I had a really hard time picking just one for a blog post. So today is just the first. There’s more to come later in the week.
Reese stands on top of the dugout doing his thing – that is, looking adorable.
Thanks so much to the Atlanta Braves for allowing us into Turner Field, and to the lovely security guard who treated us so well and laughed along with us as we watched Reese and Devin live it up.
Adventure portraits are for kids 3 and older, and are focused on a location and/or activity that explores your child’s interests at this specific age (or season.) Some previous clients have had trips to the Atlanta Zoo, a pumpkin patch, an ice hockey rink, a baseball field, an ice cream shop and more. Rather than posing for portraits, your child will interact with the location and we’ll use our creative eye to capture a series a pictures that tell a story. These portraits are so much fun and really memorable.