Another family I have known for a long time. I have been shooting Max (http://snapphotography.net/blog/?p=4336) since he was a baby and now we have Emma. She was born with a hemangioma that will be treated because it is near her airways but I love that we don’t photoshop it out. I can’t say it enough….so fun to see them grow. a little older….What a little peanut!!someone is one!I don’t know why but the image on the left cracks me up….Goodbye.
Another family with three boys as well….don’t you like how I’m themeing these? Today the Evangelidis boys…and specifically Bogart. A few when he was young and then we spent a fall morning in their front yard for his one year. You can tell these boys are full of personality and style to match. They truly are so loving to each other. All you need is fall sun, some leaves and the comfort of home.
I love his name….he looks like a Bogart, don’t you think?…..Here’s looking at you kid.
Are Mom and Dad not gorgeous?Ha, the classic hug turn choke move.
Taken by one of the boys, not sure which one but I think pretty pro if you ask me….
I’m going to do a series of families that I’ve been shooting for some time and have not gotten there time on my little blog. I will start with the Pirani family. I’ve been shooting them since their middle child was little but the blog will be a little Liyam centered as he is the third and latest boy. I think they are all so handsome, their eyes are so deep and beautiful….we will start with the family maternity session and go forward, I think it is so fun to see how they grow…
I’ve known the Riemers for a long time, in some ways I feel like they are family. The oldest brother lives down the street (by shear happenstance) and our kids go to school together, his wife’s sister’s husband and my husband grew up together I did another in law’s Maggie’s wedding a couple years ago and just through all the connections that happen in Kansas City. And their weddings always get me, so sweet and emotional. I’m also always so impressed at the way they just love children and grandchildren. This time Caitlin and Bud walked down the aisle at The Grand Overland Station in Topeka. Caitlin’s (a teacher) class lined the aisle. Bud’s grandfather worked on laying the bricks around the station, Caitlin’s grandfather worked for the railroad. There were all these sweet connections that make life serendipitous and personal. Just like knowing this family. Congrats you two.