We LOVE our Dallas Cowboys! – Dallas Maternity Photographer – The Babymoon Photographer – PART 1
Recently, we’ve had the amazing honor of photographing, not just one, or even two, but THREE Dallas Cowboy Football players and their expecting wives and families.
With the superbowl recently, we wanted to highlight each momma, her pregnancy journey and her thoughts on raising a family in the spotlight.
Dallas Cowboy – Randall Cobb and his wife, Aiyda.
Aiyda is an amazing woman – someone who is very admirable. She works as a Patent Lawyer and Human Rights Advocate. She just gave birth to her second baby boy (he’s completely adorable!) and here are her thoughts on her recent pregnancy.
Question: What inspired you to have maternity portraits taken for this pregnancy?
Answer: I think being pregnant is such a blessing and I wanted to be able to memorialize that.
Question: What excites you about becoming a mom for the second time?
Answer: I am so excited to complete our family. Having two kids that are so close in age is very exciting to me – I can’t wait to see them grow up together and have an inseparable bond.
Question: How does your husband get involved?
Answer: My husband is an incredible father and partner. He is such a hands-on Dad. He rushes home so he can spend time with his family– he gives our older son a bath every single night and we both put him to bed together. With the new baby, he changes diapers, burps him– anything he can do to help. I feel very blessed to have a partner like him!
Question: What do you think raising two babies in the spotlight will be like?
Answer: We don’t really consider ourselves in the spotlight – we strive to be as normal and humble as possible, especially for our kids. We never want them to take their blessings for granted!
A special thank you Aiyda and Randall for being so candid and open about your personal life. I think it is amazing that you have structured your lives around your children and see what a blessing they are. It would benefit so many people to view family the way you do. To view each other the way you do. It was an honor to photograph you, your family and your last precious baby boy.
So…who else did we photograph??
You’ll need to come back next Monday to find out! Subscribe below to keep updated.