Pretty Little Quinn + Her Parents {Columbia, MD Family Photographs}

Last month I had the honor of spending morning with gorgeous little Quinn Elizabeth and her parents.  You’d never know it by her smile, but Quinn was diagnosed with Pontocerebellar Hypoplasia (PCH), an extremely rare brain disorder that only about 50 people in the US have been diagnosed with.  Unfortunately, there is no known cure for PCH and her parents have dedicated their lives to making hers as amazing as possible.

Not once during their session did I have to pose Quinn and her family.  There was so much love, snuggling, and kissing that the pictures couldn’t do justice to the love this family has for each other.

Quinn’s parents call her their miracle baby and it’s no wonder why.  Her little smile and beautiful eyes light up the room and the world around her.

Thank you for allowing me to share in Quinn’s life.  It’s been a very special honor.

XOXO,

Stephanie

If you want to follow Quinn’s story, you can follow along on her Facebook Page.

To help support the Schiro Family, donations are being accepted on Quinn’s Go Fund Me site.

Copyright 2014 Caught Fire Photography by Stephanie Zahn {Maryland Family Portrait Photographer}
Enjoying each other’s company.
Copyright 2014 Caught Fire Photography by Stephanie Zahn {Maryland Family & Child Photographer}
Snuggling sweet little Quinn.
Copyright 2014 Caught Fire Photography  {Howard County Family Photographer}
Quinn enjoying the company of her mom & dad.

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Copyright 2014 Caught Fire Photography {Howard County Photographer}
Quinn celebrating the holidays with her Reindeer Antlers.
Copyright 2014 Caught Fire Photography - Columbia, Maryland Family Portraits
Quinn and her Mom in a quiet, candid moment enjoying the crisp, fall day and the pretty, purple ornaments.
Copyright 2014 Caught Fire Photography {Columbia, MD Family Portraits}
18-month old Quinn and her family at the Howard County Conservancy in Columbia, MD.
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