I’m a little behind on my blogging, but I just had to write a quick blog about this family that I took pictures for back in June, because this is a very special family to me! This family is so special, because this Mom was my daughter’s kindergarten teacher!
As we all know, kindergarten is such an important year, and this amazing teacher (and mom) set my girl on the best path. My husband and I will always hold a special place in our hearts for her because of how she took such good care of our daughter throughout her first year at our local elementary school.
If I had been able to design the perfect kindergarten year, it would look just like the year that Chelsea created for Morgan and her classmates. Amazing! Morgan felt smart, loved, happy, cherished, and all the good feels you want for your 5-year old who is entering a whole new world!
So I jumped at the chance when she asked me to take some photos of their family of 3 before they became a family of 4 – which they are now! It took me so long to write this post, that she is now the proud Momma of two beautiful girls.
We met at a park in Plano on a hot, humid morning over the summer, and had an amazing session. I was a bit nervous because her husband is also a photographer, but as you might guess, it is pretty difficult to be the photographer as well as the Dad in all the pictures.
But once I captured a few shots of them, I knew that this was going to be an easy session! They have such a beautiful daughter – inside and out! Her curious and happy nature shines right through her eyes. I was able to just follow her around on the trails of the park snapping pictures of her enjoying nature. It was a wonderful morning. I was so happy to be able to capture some fun images for this very special family.
I can hardly wait to meet their new addition! And hopefully, I can help them with another family photo session – a family of four – in the near future!
If I can help you with a family photo session, you can find me over at Paula Mason Photography. I’m just an email message away.
Until next time…