When infertility is part of your story there are moments you aren’t sure you’ll ever experience: showers, baby registries, decorating a nursery and of course a maternity photoshoot.
Infertility won’t make someone a better parent, but at least for me, it placed certain experiences in perspective. But as I crept into my second trimester, I asked myself if I felt we had documented enough of this pregnancy. There were certainly a lot of photos of me but not many of Jordan and I together. Would I be disappointed?
While in California, Jordan and I spent a few days with our dear friends Kate and Erick in San Francisco. On our last full day together, we explored the Golden Gate Bridge and Chinatown (which I’ll share more about later). While we were by the bridge, Kate snapped some (beautiful) impromptu maternity photos of us that I will treasure forever.
My hair wild from the wind, and my body wrapped in casual wear, Kate’s photos perfectly capture a time and place. They are amazing. This truly was my hope when documenting this time in our life. A time we prayed and longed for.
^ Last year Kate took the first “professional” photos of Jordan and I since our wedding seven years prior. You can read more about why I was a little reluctant to document that season of life here. It’s only fitting Kate would photograph this moment in time for us as well!
Photography © Kate De La Rosa | Golden Gate Bridge & Crissy Field, San Francisco