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Telling Your Family's Story

Updated: Nov 7, 2019

This is the real story, the stuff that happens between holidays and vacations and birthdays. This is the stuff you look back on in five or ten years and say "remember when ____ used to do this?" and smile or laugh (or cry...been there, done that). When the girls were young, I kept a journal of funny or quirky things they said and did....I was exhausted and so afraid that I would forget if I didn't write them down. Fortunately, I was able to capture many of them on camera...like the particular way my redhead held her lovies and sucked her thumb at the same time...

Or laughed with her mouth wide open (she actually still does this)....

My blonde, who currently spends five hours a week in dance class, has always heard music in her head and would spontaneously start dancing wherever we were (grassy field, Publix, living room)...

These little moments are what make up our story. What kinds of moments make up your family's story? And how do you capture these moments? And how do you include your "storyteller" in your story? If you read the previous blog post, you've already learned a few tips to get you started on photographing your kids. Here are a few more.....

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