Fish Face

The photographers that took our family photos have been friends with my sister and my brother-in-law for a very long time.  At one point, before the photography business, they owned a coffee shop that was on my husband’s and my way to work in the morning.  We stopped daily for a caffeine fix.  We also got to know their family pretty well.

Our kids trick or treat together.  Birthday parties and other get togethers. 

I think that when you know your photographer, they tend to get some of the best photos.  I also really like it when they can catch a moment with your children just being themselves.  Kids being kids.

Little girls making fish faces.  Cousins spinning.  Little girls hiding in plants.  Getting dirty when we had just polished them clean, and dressed them in off-white striped dresses.  (What were we thinking?)

Fish Face

Fish Face

Three girls actually paying attention for just a quick moment.

Three girls

Three girls

Piles of granddaughters on their Nana.

Pretty girls.

Pretty girls.

A Momma chasing her daughter with a missing shoe, praying that she doesn’t rip her tights, or fall and get them dirty.

Runner

Runner

A big daughter who acts just as silly as the little daughter. 

Audrey II

Audrey II

A sweet, stolen moment between your parents that wasn’t posed for the camera.  A moment captured that is just who they are, Dad whispering to Mom, still in love after forty years.

Parents

Parents

The more that I go back and look at the pictures, I am so greatful that we had them done.  I am so thankful that we had kind friends who were able to fit this photo shoot into their busy schedule when we really needed it done.

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3 Comments on “Fish Face”

  1. Charlotte says:

    Beautiful pictures. The one of your parents brought a tear to my eye. xxx

  2. karmavore says:

    I love how we can take so many graet photos nowadays! Dad/Mom photos is a sniffler.

  3. Jen says:

    I love these photos! Especially the one of your parents and the grandchildren with Nana. Thanks for sharing them.


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