Life with boys; busy boys, goofy boys, wiggle worm boys and silly face boys. Many times groups can become upset, frustrated or even just want to quit a session all together due to children misbehaving. I’ve challenged myself over the past 2 years to help families understand the value of photographing life as it is. Boys will be boys, but some day they will be men. Kids will be kids and someday they will be grown adults. Learn to laugh at your kids silliness and their goofy personalities. Embrace the craziness for someday it will be gone.
The Haug family was wonderful with their patience in allowing the kids to be kids. We had silly photos, goofy photos, funny face photos and smile photos. I am grateful for the opportunity to capture you and yours.
Your family if full of love and life, laughter and giggles. That’s what it’s all about friends.
What a day! Over 20 family mini sessions in one day. It was a bit windy but we made the best of it. The sun was shining and the dandelions were a plenty! This is the second year I have photographed mini sessions for the local hospital employees families and I have enjoyed getting to meet so many people in our community through this. Thank for the opportunity!
In the grand scheme of life, the one thing we hold nearest and dearest to us is our family. No matter the age, the size, the color, the sex, the job, the birth order, the differences in opinions, the blood line… none of it matters…. There is no separation in family, there are no LABELS in family. I am beyond blessed with such great people to do life with and I was honored to take our own family photos. I love you all dearly.
When I was contacted to photograph the Boss family I had no idea the surprise that was in store for me. I knew Kimmi’s sisters were from out of state and it was so very special to the family to have everyone together. Kimmi and I met about 4 years ago when I moved to the area. We were introduced through essential oils and I have gotten to know her through the oily connection. When I showed up on location to introduce myself, in walked Kimmi’s sister, a college acquaintance who I hadn’t seen in over 20 years! Ironically we took one of my first college photography classes together. How small is this world?! What a blessing to see her and all her family so many years later.
It was an absolutely beautiful day in late December. Two itty-bitty babies and children of all ages and so many girls! And don’t forget the kitty! Oh my goodness I should thank that cat for all the smiles he/she created! It really was a fun time. I am honored and blessed to capture your smiles. You have a beautiful family.
Thank you and blessings to you all.
It was a beautiful evening at Old Abilene Town. These busy boys explored it all, from the Alamo Saloon to the old train tracks. I am quite certain that mom and dad stay pretty busy keeping up with these two. We had lots of giggles, silly faces and some kisses too and maybe a tiny tear 😉 . I truly enjoy capturing family’s lives at this time. It can be so exhausting sometimes being a parent of young ones, but soon they will be busy in school and worrying about girls!
Take life one moment at a time and enjoy 🙂