I had another very special family to photograph! The hubby
was is my brother’s best friend growing up. So most of the time it was the three of us playing legos and basketball outside. He witnessed many sibling battles between my brother and I. In fact, I think he was pretty much always there. So I’m sure he saw everything~ the good, the bad, the ugly, and the funny times. One of my best memories were the WWF matches on the trampoline. Oh and we’ll never forget the countless days running around value village feeling torchured that our parents would ever shop there. (of course now I’m happy to shop there) Things sure do change as we become parents!
Now I get to see all of our children grow up together. What an amazing thing to share together so many years later. I hope you enjoy my favorites from the Bothell Country Village!
Thank you Jacob and Andrea for being such wonderful friends, great parents, and beautiful people inside and out. I’m sure Gap with be calling for your kiddos. They are gorgeous! I’m a proud Auntie! Love you guys! XOXOXO
Love! These are just awesome!
These are great! Beautiful family 🙂
Beautiful family, I love the connections you captured!
What a beautiful family! That binky cracked me up, too:).
Beautiful family, you seem to have a great connection with them, it shows!
Yet again you make your parents proud! Great job, love your Stepmomster ;~)
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What a beautiful family! Love them all- looks like it was such a fun session! Great job!
Haha! Cute! Love the mustache pacifier!
These images made me smile, great work
Ohmygoodness!! What a beautiful family, and are you kidding me with that ‘stache binky? That is amazing!! LOL!!
what a beautiful family – lovely images!
What a beautiful family! I seriously LOL’d at that mustache paci! Adorable!
good stuff, they are really great 🙂
Oh my gosh, that mustache binky cracks me up! Such beautiful kids!
You did an amazing job showcasing this family!
These are adorable, beautiful family! Love the mustsache binky 😉
These are great! I love the creative framing of the boy. Beautiful.
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