When I found out I was picked to photograph Rogue and Nakoa I was beyond excited; it’s not everyday I get to work with twins. Although twins typically come with some challenges, whats that saying…double trouble, I enjoy taking them on. It reminds me a lot of when I was first starting out as a newborn photographer and the learning and growing that came along with photographing newborns. Over the years, I have developed a routine and at times photographing singletons can feel like a breeze so I love the challenge that come with twins. Luckily for me Rogue and Nakoa were amazing and a pleasure throughout their session so in the end we got all the pictures I was eager to capture. I hope mama enjoy the pictures as much as I enjoyed taking them.
Big Brother | Little Sister
When the twins came in I was envisioning two babies similar in size, like two peas in a pod. I certainly wasn’t expecting a whopping two pound difference. As much as people think twins typically come out similar in size in most cases they actually do not. This is usually caused by slower oxygen from mother to baby via placenta which can lead to slower fetal growth. In this case Nakoa aka Big Brother was the twin that received faster oxygen flow causing Rogue aka Little Sister to main her title as sweet little sister. I am excited to watch these two grow and see if there will always be a significance in size.