It's been almost two weeks since I was with this family. We were in the middle of nowhere... at least thats how it feels when your gas light comes on 5 miles before the location, there is no cell service, and you are stuck deciding which way will get you to the nearest gas station. When in this predicament, each mile has you holding your breath, wanting to throw useless stuff out the car windows, hoping to lighten the load, and let the fumes help you eke to civilization! As you'll see below, I made it to the location...making it back home was yet to be discovered.
The last time I was with Denise's family of four the twins hadn't yet taken their first step. When their van door slid open, it was so cute to see these two faces look up at me.
Its been just a couple months since I was last with Vaughn and Valerie while shooting a newborn session for sweet Braelynn. I loved getting to work with them again and even had the opportunity to sneak in a quick baby snuggle.
And this cute little man is waiting for his moment to shine as Big Brother as well. If he starts with just showing how to look and smile at the camera, I'd say he will have done his job! Mr McCoy is quite the little charmer.
Wade and Noel, thank you! It was fun to spend a little time with you both and your sweet boy.
One last one, because its always so easy to get everyone to smile and look at the camera at the same time. :-) At least Grandma is happy and ready!
Kathy, you are a joy, I'll be looking to hire you as an assistant for my next family shoot with lots of littles! You were amazing!
Oh yes, I did make it home. I had forgotten my wallet as well, but thankfully found a twenty scrunched in the glove box... you know, stuffed back there for one of those "emergency situations."
I'll remember my brain next time.
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