Posted on November 3, 2009Edmonds area Family Photographer
I saw into my future last Sunday.
Meet the Sears family; Mom, Dad, Luke and Jack. Luke is almost three and Jack just turned one.
So… my future. Seeing into it… I did so through this family! The age difference between Luke and Jack is almost identical to that between ReiGuy and Quinny. After spending about an hour with these active, loving boys I can honestly say I am looking forward to what awaits me in a year or so!
These are manly boys; they are rough and tumble, in the dirt, pushing and shoving (nicely of course!) spitfires! We were at Picnic Point Beach and they absolutely lahoooved the water. What boy between one and three doesn’t? They also liked the bridge over the little stream and all the dirt.
Did I mention they saw a train? Luke went as Thomas the Train for halloween which was the night before. Well, this little gentleman really got a treat when a real, live train passed right by us; not thirty yards from him! I have never seen little eyes get so big. Jack was also mesmerized by the awesomeness. I think these two little boys had a great time. So did I.
Thanks, Sears family!
Isn’t the last picture a perfect capture of the life of the parents of toddlers?!?! I thought so!
Posted on November 3, 2009Everett area Family Photographer
“Lanae, show us your poses!”
Meet the Chambers family; Lance, Angi and Lanae. I had the pleasure of meeting up with them last Sunday at Forest Park in Everett for their family mini session.
Between Jeff being gone hunting and both boys being sick, somehow I got all confused about this ‘fall back’ stuff and showed up, very promptly, an hour early for the photo session! Talk about embarassing! I’m on the phone to Angi’s voicemail “So… um. I’m here at the park and its 2:45. Just wondering if you guys are gonna make it. Let me know!” So, she calls me back; “Umm… we were meeting at 3:30?” Nice. At least they were kind enough to laugh at me in the car, right?
But, I digress… back to the poses! Miss Lanae is quite the ham and loves the camera. She was kind enough to show me her poses, America’s Next Top Model style. Let me tell you, this girl could be a contenda! She can pop the hip, point her toes and give that sweet mixed with sass look.
All in all, the session went well! It was brisk, and we had to walk a ways, but the images speak for themselves; it was all WORTH IT! Enjoy your sneak peek L, A & L!
Was fun! Thanks so much…