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.
What are the odds that we would be outside on Dec 26th for a beautiful family session right here in Kansas? As I type this message I believe we are anticipating quite a bit of ice/snow in the next few days. I digress…
What a beautiful day it was and we had quite a good time and lots of giggles and sunshine. I’ve known this family since I was an ornery teenager and I just love being around them. I’m blessed to know you and honored to do your photos. Thank you for the opportunity and blessings to you and yours! Wishing you an amazing 2017!
This sweet family I would consider to be my own. Though we may not be blood related, we none the less are family. This sweet mamma and I have been friends since we were 12. We graduated Middle School, High School, Junior College and College together and played all HS sports together as well, along with college softball. Not kidding, sames schools all the way through 🙂 I could talk to this girl for 3 minutes or 3 hours. We just have such a great friendship; respect and understanding, genuine honesty and love. I just can’t image getting through this crazy life without her. We have been through some unbelievably great times and some horribly difficult times. All in all we have supported each other through thick and thin and I love her and her sweet family dearly.
I was absolutely honored to take their family photos and I hope that I did them justice. They are a fun, energetic, and busy family that loves deep, not only their family but their friends, I am blessed to be one of them. Thank you for giving me this opportunity, I love you guys.
This young lady is absolutely stunning. I had a very difficult time even narrowing her images down. There were so many beautiful shots. Katie’s light shines through her eyes. She is a caring and passionate person. Her sister and boyfriend joined her for a few shots as well and we all had a great time exploring the beautiful Brown’s Park. I appreciated Katie’s willingness to try different poses and expressions, she worked so well with all instruction and nailed numerous shots. Katie, you are a beautiful person inside and out. I wish you the best this year and beyond. Thank you for trusting me with this great milestone in your life.
Meet Donna and Diane who live states away. Diane came down to visit family and we worked a session in to capture some forever memories. The both informed me that they wish everyone had a twin. There is no experience like it. These two are such kind hearted and lovely ladies. I am blessed to capture your sister/twin bond. Blessings!