When stay-at-home mom and professional photographer Juliet Cannici, 35, of West on Jade Photography, turned her camera on her two sets of twins, she never thought the photo she took would receive national attention.
"I posted the photo as my cover photo on Facebook the day I took it, as well as on my business Instagram page, and from there it just took off," she said.
Juliet and wife Nikki Cannici, 34, a case manager for adults with disabilities at Nonotuck Resource Associates, are still adjusting to life with another set of twins. Identical girls Gia and Gemma were born on Jan. 26. Just days later on Feb. 5th, Juliet decided to gather the kids in her Massachusetts home studio for a photo shoot. Nico and Siena, fraternal twins who will turn three in April, weren't cooperating at first.
"I had the older twins dressed up in adorable outfits I rented... I was so set on capturing Nico and Siena holding the babies in those outfits. Nico and Siena were so bored with me, the photos looked terrible. I took them out of their fancy rental clothes and let them play for a bit, then brought them back into the studio for another attempt," Juliet Cannici said.