Welcome to the cutest Syracuse newborn family pictures blog post! I continue to be honored that Erica and Merino come back to me year after year for photos!
First we did their engagement session, then little Reno’s one year old cake smash, next their wedding celebration, Reno’s two year old session, their vow renewal and wedding reception and now a newborn/family session for their newest little addition they’ve named Lorenzo!
If you go back to the blog I’ve linked above for their vow renewal, Erica was actually expecting in those pictures and I even did a few announcement photos on the wedding day for them but of course, didn’t spill the beans in their blog post!
Look at how sweet these two little brothers are! I’m just so honored to continue to be a part of watching this adorable family grow!
So little Reno is actually named Merino, just like his daddy! They call Lorenzo “Renzo”. So together they have “Reno and Renzo”! Could that be any cuter!?
When Erica asked if I’d do a newborn session for them, she requested we shoot at Lorenzo Historic Site because of what they named their newest little guy! I was like, “uhhhh YES! That’s a great idea!”
You should watch Merino with little Reno. He engages that little boy so well and plays with him like no other. I can tell he is such a good daddy!
Doesn’t Erica look amazing only a week and a half after giving birth?!
I love the photos where these four a playing and laughing together. But I also love the quiet, precious moments when they snuggled their new arrival close, breath in his newborn sweetness and were fully present in the moment.
I love that I get to do Syracuse newborn family pictures like these. It fills me with such joy!
Erica and Merino, thank you so much for giving me the privilege of capturing your family and newest little one this week and inviting me into your story! I look forward to watching your family continue to grow!
If you’d like to check out more of my family work, you can find it here! Or shoot me an email here if you’d like to book a session for your own family! I’d love to hear from you!
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