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Hilarious, is the word that comes to mind when I photograph this family every year.  Corralling 4 kiddos to be smiley and still, in a certain spot can be challenging, but they all do it even if just for a few moments!!  I just cannot believe how BIG they are getting.  Seriously…it’s crazy!  Their Christmas card each year is the best…and there are already some great ideas coming together.  Love your crew, and thanks for always making me laugh!

Zander may have made his parents wait…until past his due date…but as the onesie says, he was “Worth the Wait”!  He was so calm, and even let us put him in a football helmet & Terrible Towel!  Mom is a big Steelers fan… 🙂  I’m so excited that he has joined the First Year Program, and I will get to see him grow over the next 12-months.  Congratulations to Melissa and Eddie, and I look forward to the 6-month session!

When clients trust you completely, to head to a small little spot off the highway, there really is no greater compliment. I knew this location had a lot of potential for a family session, and I think I may have to start working it into the rotation!  McKinley, Amelia and Cohen were amazing for the session…and even though there was a playground RIGHT THERE they did an amazing job waiting for the end of the session to play.  And it was so fun exploring a new trail with the whole crew…where sticks were a total hit across all ages!  Love you guys!

Two years went by in a flash — but these sisters have gotten so TALL!  I love seeing their relationship grow, and can hardly believe I’ve been photographing them since newborns.  It was a perfect Fall day, and we even managed to get a little bit of dancing into the session for the whole family… 🙂  Until next year!

Morgan may not agree, but the way she scrunches her nose when she smiles is the greatest!!  She had all sorts of fun outfits ready for her Senior session, and we had a blast.  We included the Color Guard jacket, Letterman jacket, her Allegro sweatshirt, plus several other looks that she rocked.  Thanks for being so easygoing Morgan, and enjoy your Senior year!

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