I’ve Moved!! [New Brunswick Wedding and Newborn Photographer]

Happy 2019! Just a quick note to let you all know that after **8** years (woah), this little blog is moving over to my website platform:

www.genevieveflynnphotography.com/blog-posts

I will be keeping this blog live for my archives, but for the most up to date posts (starting in 2019), please check over HERE.

Thanks!

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Katie and Nathaniel | Sussex, NB Engagement and Maternity Photographer

My very last session of 2018 was a last minute booking that I honestly almost bailed on (by Christmas I’m pretty much ready to be done with my camera for a bit), but I am so, so, so, so GLAD I did because I got to see an old high school classmate and meet his GORGEOUS fiancé Katie. They currently live way up north and were home visiting family, so we kept the location very simple, wandering around Nate’s mom’s snowy (and a bit slushy) backyard. On top of the giddiness of a recent engagement, they were also celebrating the upcoming arrival of their little girl, due in the Spring! So much excitement for these two and I was so happy to document this moment in their lives.

Photographing them felt like scratching an itch (weird analogy but it’s the best way to describe it), it was just so satisfying and made me happy 🙂

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Personal-12 Year Anniversary Trip | Grand Manan, NB

Our 3rd year visiting this magical island, and it enchanted us just as much. Things felt a bit different this time around however; the weather was uncharacteristically sunny, which actually made my moody-loving heart sad, and although it was early September (because of weddings this year we had to book a week earlier than usual), it was still a bit too chilly for my chosen photogenic outfits and I ended up having to buy a hoodie and a scarf once there. An unfortunate fire burned down one of the cabins at Castalia Marsh Retreat, which was super sad to see, and our favourite cafe, Cafe Bleu Marie, had closed down over the winter. Despite all this, we had an amazing time and managed to discover a few new-to-us things on the island, including The Old Well House Cafe (#charmingaf), The Whale Cove Inn for a fancy supper, watching the sunset at The Whistle, and visiting Seal Cove Beach. We also did our old standbys like visiting Swallowtail before heading home on the ferry (we got to see seals and porpoises this time!), and of course, relishing in “our” little Birdhouse.

Within 24 hours of being there we talked about selling all our possessions and moving to the island…that is the effect Grand Manan has on you. It’s a wonderful place, and I look forward to spending a weekend there every year with this wonderful man. 12 years in, and better than ever.

(Because of the sunny weather, I actually ended up taking FEWER photos than I normally do…what can I say, I prefer the dark side.)

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Sweet Baby Wyatt | New Brunswick Newborn Photographer

When I first spoke with Nicole in early fall, she had mentioned doing a maternity session and possibly bringing her other kids. In my mind I thought ‘ of course, bring your toddler or maybe preschooler’, but then she wrote back to say that she actually had 5 kids, ranging from 14 to 6!! A blended family, they were welcoming their newest addition and all wanted to be part of the photos. So, after meeting the gang in September, I eagerly waited for them to come back once baby as born; well, I saw them a bit sooner than I thought because Wyatt decided to make his appearance into the world a bit early! He was so good for his session though, as were all the kids (photographing this group of 7 was actually easier than photographing one 2-year old, haha! Big kids for the win). This little guy is going to be well loved by many people, that is for sure.

Everyone, meet sweet baby Wyatt.

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