Uno, Dos, Tres Familias! (I never took Spanish, but I wish I did)

 

I’ve got three awesome families to show you here. And since they are all friends, I thought it would be fitting to show them together :-).

First up, I was told that even though this wee one is goofy and smiley and crazy at home-  it was very, very hard to get her to smile or show much emotion at all once a camera was around! We got some beautiful serious shots…

But the smiles came out once I pulled out my rocking horse! And do you blame her?!? My rocking horse rocks! My awesome sis in law spotted it at a garage sale

After that, the smiles just kept coming and coming :-)!

And let’s not forget the rest of the family!

I LOVE color and will pick it nine times out of ten, but man oh man, do I love a classic black and white headshot!!

And now on to family number two. This next picture is seriously the beez kneez!!! I love it so much. This quote comes to mind when looking at it:

“I solemnly swear that I am up to no good”

Anyone know what movie this is from? Anyone? Anyone?

Love me some Harry Potter. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE HARRY POTTER.

Also ,love me some mischievous little boys. That expression is priceless!

And more mischeviousness (is that a word? I don’t think so. Oh well) Good times man, good times!

Anyone with boys knows that double teaming dad is commonplace… even in the middle of a photo shoot!

And family number three. When Jesse saw the big 20×20 canvas they ordered of this next shot, his first words were “that dog has a great smile!”

Funny to think of dogs smiling, but they do! Look at this guy!

And look at these smiley girls! They can hardly contain themselves!

If I remember correctly, they had not had a family picture since the oldest girl was a baby! Say what?!?!  People- don’t let that happen to you! Family pictures are so, so, SO important!!!  It’s remedied now for them, but whew!

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