October 5, 2021
Where do I start when it comes to this super sweet family! Noel is my niece and her and Eddie married five years ago on August 20th 2016. They took a big chance on me as their wedding photographer when I had no experience. Their wedding was my first official and I was super nervous. But they had faith in me and I agreed to do it. It was an amazing experience for me and some of their photos are still some of my absolute favorites! So I’m really excited to share the Matias Family Beach Session because they added a new addition to their family last September. And, if you follow my blog, you’ve already seen Logan’s first birthday and cake smash!
I was so excited when I found out Noel was pregnant, which was right before Covid started. They live in New Jersey and I was hoping a maternity session was in the future but due to lockdown, it didn’t happen. And since she was due right after the annual Holmes Family Beach Trip, she wasn’t able to come to the beach either. So I hadn’t seen them in two years, but this year they were able to come and bring Logan!
Logan is such a cutie and is my sister-in-law, Maureen’s, first grandchild so she is truly over the moon with him. It was so much fun to watch her be a grandmother! She also lives in New Jersey and gets to spend lots of quality time with him.
Noel says, “What a sweet boy and so stinking cute! He has been standing like a champ and is finally up on those knees crawling all over the place. He lets you know when he is not happy or if he wants more of something by screaming. Logan was excited to meet his Tia Kayla and lots of his cousins, and be part of Nana’s Beach Squad!” He is my mother-in-law’s seventh great-grandchild!
Noel and Eddie also celebrated their 5th anniversary while we were at the beach and I’m so happy to see them doing so well and loving life as parents!
Enjoy the Matias Family Beach Session!
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