Such a beautiful photogenic family, even if the youngest wasn’t happy about having her picture taken <3 Eventually, I wore her down and she was having a pretty darn good time as we finished up. Family sessions are my favorite, always a little bit of chaos and a whole lot of love.
What do you do when there is a 0% chance of rain and the clouds roll in 30 seconds before the session starts? Embrace it! We grabbed an umbrella and waited out the worst part of the storm, then had some fun!
Kylee, you are about the easiest kid to photograph ever, thank you for being awesome and fun every single year. It has been so much fun watching you grow from just a cute toddler to this amazing beautiful girl, daughter and sister.
Senior guys who love taking senior pictures are far and few in between. But on occasion, there are those few who start to actually think it’s not so bad and even start coming up with ideas for the next pose. Isaiah joins this elite group. 🙂
A lacrosse and hockey athlete, when we talked about doing both smiling and serious, his mom told him not to do his serious face similar to during the game because it looks too intense. And mom was right, this guy would intimidate the heck out of me!
Happy senior year Isaiah!
I have gotten to know and love so many great little families over the years and this is definitely one of them. My heart was silently gushing when mom asked Ethan what he wanted to put on his eye black and his response was, “I love MOM.” It simply doesn’t get any better than that!