It’s time for our blog circle’s portrait project. This month we are focusing on narrative portraiture. Basically that means the images tell about the subject–who he/she is. These images are of my youngest who I’m sad to say just turned 4. Seriously, I just brought him home from the hospital and gave him his first sponge bath and now he is 4?!! How is that possible? Well, these images convey that he is a boy through and through. He loves to play dress up, hence the crown and glasses and he loves all things boy, namely, dinosaurs, superheroes, trucks, cars, etc. He is one of my greatest achievements and I thank the Lord that He chose me to be his mother.

Now, you don’t want to miss out on the other photographers and their narrative images. You can begin by visiting my friend and very talented photographer, Jessica Holden of Jessica Holden Photography. I know you will be inspired!

5 Responses to “Project 12 Portraits: {Narrative Portraiture}”

  1. Jessica says:

    LOVE this series, and he is absolutely DARLING–these make me want to meet your little guy! And boy does he have amazing eyes. Wonderful images, as always!

  2. Cutest.thing.eva!!!! I LOVE the one of him with his finger in the dino’s mouth. Love it! He is so darn cute!! I am totally digging the crown too.

  3. Kim says:

    These are adorable. I showed my boys and they want to do photos with their dinosaurs, too. And – your son has gorgeous eyelashes!

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  5. Melissa!!! These are truly stunning! You really captured who your little guy is with these portraits. He is blessed to have you too! <3

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