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Kalamazoo MI Family Photographer | Lane

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Kalamazoo MI Family Photographer | Lane

These four. They're the best. I've been photographing Mason and Madi for years now, and they've come to feel like family. I also love the way Brendan looks forward to these bi-annual sessions.... When he stepped out of the car this time I said "We meet again!" and he replied "Every 6 months I look forward to seeing you and my dentist!" Such good humor he has :) But truly, he and Sam both get it. They get how fast their kids are growing, and how quickly they'll be 18 and heading to college or moving out. They know that six months from now, the photos will be completely different because things change that fast. Thank you Brendan and Sam (and Mason and Madi!) for being one of my all-time favorite families... I have so much fun at your sessions! And the fact that you always pick out such fabulous outfits doesn't hurt either. ;) 

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Kalamazoo MI Family Photographer | Austin

Love, love, love this sweet family of three (soon to be four!) They heard about my photography from a friend, and if I do say so myself, we were well-matched. My adoration for documenting real life moments + the way they loved on little Drew = some amazingly sweet and tender moments captured. The greatest possible gift I can give a family is a true representation of the here and now. Because here and now will soon be yesterday, or years ago, and it gets harder and harder to remember the little things... like the way your one year old gets sleepy and decides to rest on your shoulder while cuddling his blanky... or his fascination with pulling his little red wagon just like daddy... or how he gets excited and runs full force at you landing in a giant bear hug. If you have kids, I'm sure you can think of a million little things they do right now that you don't ever want to forget. 

If you've been considering scheduling a family photo session, ask yourself what you're waiting for. (And I'm not saying that because I want you to book with me, though I would love that!  -- I just really want you to ponder the weight of that question.) How will you feel if suddenly fifteen years have passed and you have no family photos? These moments are fleeting. And you simply can't put a price on memories.

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