Mother Nature is definitely showing us her beautiful colors this fall. And it was a perfect day to photograph this gorgeous, active, and fun family. They are actually one of the first families I met when I moved to Angola, Indiana 8 years ago and it’s great to reconnect with them.
I know how challenging it is to schedule, prepare for and plan your family photos! Just the thought of getting multiple kiddos dressed, hair brushed, and happy faces on is enough to tire anyone out. But when you put the effort in and hire a profession to take care of the rest, the result will be portraits that are cherished for a lifetime.
And this family is the perfect example. We have talked about making these photos happen for over a year. Sports, school, and schedules with six people made it challenging but I’m so glad we finally made it happen. Such a gorgeous, sweet, and fun family!
Check back here later this week for a few more sneak peeks.
I had the honor of recently photographing my long time clients turned friends. We started the session with hugs all around and ended sharing stories and a meal around the dinner table. I have to say this was our most fun and relaxed session in the nine years I’ve know them.
And of course it’s fun when I have this cutie in front of my camera!
Such a sweet and gorgeous family!
Sharing a little chicken love.
And then there’s the look back in time beginning in May of 2007 when this little guy was fresh from the hospital and under 5lbs. if I remember correctly.
At 6 months he was trying to eat my props…
All smiles and wiggles at one year old.
And super stylish on one of his trips down to Angola, Indiana
It has definitely been a wonderful trip down memory lane. I can’t wait to see what the next nine years bring! Hugs and Kisses
Who doesn’t love fall in Angola, Indiana! We are so lucky to enjoy locally grown apples (Stroh’s Orchard…yum!), cozy sweater weather, and leaves so colorful they look like they were taken right from a postcard. It’s also a great time to update your family portraits and that’s exactly what this family did. I have to say their kiddos were a dream to photograph!