I met the Molony Family at Evolve Aikido, where their son was training with my kids. It was easy to become fond of them, and enjoyed hearing updates on the journey they were on. Their boy, Aidan, was placed in their home- and they began the exhausting but worthwhile process to adopt him. When they were (finally!) given their adoption date, they asked if I would photograph this life changing event.
What an honor to attend and photograph such a special moment. Congratulations, Molony family! What wonderful people this beautiful boy made parents.
I love taking family portraits for people close to me. Actually, I love taking family portraits for anyone. But I love when I get to capture my family members, and have access to their photos to hang on my wall at will! Here are my brother, sister-in-law, and sweet little nephew and niece.
I am so slow at updating. My busiest month for family photos is November- and I’m posting this session in April! It’s so silly- I love my families, and this one is no exception. Some day I’ll get faster at sharing!
Here they are- the Totah family!
Grayson and Sami were so fun, I really enjoyed taking their photos.
We concluded our session with a photo of some very special guests. I look forward to our next ‘play date’ 🙂
Every year my husband and I try to take our family portraits sometime between Thanksgiving and the first week of December. This year, I was uncomfortably large. We were anticipating the birth of our 5th child in December- so we decided to wait until he arrived. Well, he held out longer than I had expected, arriving on December 22. In ten years, I hadn’t missed sending out Christmas cards. This year, I did. But we did get cards sent out- they just said ‘Happy New Year’ instead 🙂
I was pretty happy with our family portrait. Sure, Gideon is crying- but he does that.
The ‘big kids’ were super cooperative, and very helpful. Oh, and mega cute!
That’s our family. They bring me outrageous amounts of joy 🙂