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A few ago our family went to Houston to visit my family. It was going to be a super short trip (Arriving Friday and leaving Monday) so I wasn’t planning on setting up any hangouts with friends or sessions. I even purposely left my laptop at home so that I would not be tempted to work while we were on “vacation”, even though a 4 day trip with 24+ hours of driving doesn’t sound very relaxing.
The Lawerences are close friends of our family and we absolutely adore them! I’ll me words short and sweet for this post. They are a part of our community of faith and we hangout with them on a weekly basis. They wanted to get family photos taken before a HUGE adventure that they are taking this summer.
Last week our Family traveled to Houston for my youngest brothers graduation. I was hoping to be able to do a session while I was in town and wouldn’t you know it, Angie commented on one of my posts the week before we were leaving and said “If you could come to Houston so we could hire you for a family session, that would be great! 😁”. And just like that, their session was scheduled! I’ve known Angie since high-school and got to meet her husband a few years ago at our friend Cynthia’s wedding. I had not however met little David yet, don’t worry you’ll get to see just how cute he is in the photos below!
I don’t hold mini sessions very often. I usually will do them in the spring near mothers day and again in the fall. I am so thankful that the Campbell family took advantage of this opportunity for a mini session! This was my second time photographing their family, but this time their family had grown by one with the addition of Hudson!
I’ve known The King family for going on 7 years! One of my favorite things about this family is how they interact with each other. They are perfectly comfortable laughing with one another and joking around. Raising teenagers is no easy task, but Bob and Lachelle are doing a phenomenal job raising their 3 boys. It blows my mind to see how much their kids have grown in during the time that I have known them, especially since Ethan and Jarron were in a youth group I led back in the day.
This is my 3rd time photographing The Williams Family and I can without a doubt say this is my favorite session with them yet! The first and second sessions we did had more of a “nature” vibe to them. Harmony was feeling a change of scenery this time around and was wanting some Downtown Wichita vibes.
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