This is the real stuff, when they hold their toys way too close to your face that your eyes can't even focus. The breakfasts that become uneatable but at least they were being creative (right?????). Just a little bit of madness and wild thrown into the sweetness so that you aren't a puddle of emotion and tears every day. A day when the story is about wet skittles, naked butts, beautiful bare bellies, kisses, hugs, and popsicles.
The Hunley Family welcomed me into their home on a warm sunny weekday over the summer. They made and ate breakfast, poured TONS of sprinkles on pancakes and bacon, laughed and read, splashed in their kiddie pool, and played jokes on Mom and Dad. The kids were so sweet talking about their soon-to-be newest addition, holding onto mom's tummy. They were so real with me, showing me their happy and sometimes their less than happy - the stuff that you laugh about later because it's funny when you're not in the moment.
Since announcing the All Families Project a few short months ago, I have photographed a dozen families and have almost as many awaiting their sessions before the end of the year. I am running out of available dates before the end of the year so if you've been waiting to submit your family's name and get your very own totally free 90-minute family documentary session - don't wait much longer. I'm positive these dates will disappear before too long.
If you don't know what the All Families Project is - you should check it out and maybe probably definitely sign up for your very own totally free session.
Without further ado - the good stuff: