Hello friends! It has been way too long. Life has been CRAZY busy these past few months with our adoption AND our move across the planet that this blog has gotten dusty. In case you missed the announcement on Facebook (https://www NULL.facebook NULL.com/ReneeBooe/) we have moved to Montogmery, Alabama and will be here for the next few years.
After a couple of months of unpacking and settling into a new routine it is time to think about the direction my photography business will take while we are in Alabama. I plan to continue to photographing but only family sessions and seniors portraits. I will start shooting a VERY limited number of clients in October in Montgomery, Prattville, Millbrook and other surrounding areas. I may consider doing travel sessions as well. So comment to this post and let me know where you are located and I will let you know if I come to your area.
Email me at email@example.com for more information or to book your session.
Now a little bit about life right now.
We are learning to settle in as a family of five. There are great days and there are super hard days. Our sweet Leia is a brave one. She has adjusted so well, but there are still some days that are more difficult than others for her and for me if I am being totally transparent. My older kids recognize the hard too. But the way they love their little sister convicts me in the best way. Without them I know this transition would be much more challenging. They are rock stars. Don’t get me wrong, they do occasionally mourn the loss of their uninterrupted play time or their neatly organized toys. But that lasts about five seconds and they go right back to snuggling their mei mei (Chinese for “little sister”). It has been such a blessing to watch the bond between the three of them grow.
That is a little update for now. If you want to learn more about our adoption visit Spuronlove.com (http://www NULL.spuronlove NULL.com/blog/) or follow our daily life with Leia on Instagram (https://www NULL.instagram NULL.com/spuronlove/).
Above: So the reality of taking photos of your own children is….they often don’t want to participate. Ha!
If your kids start out your family session like this, PLEASE do not stress. Give me some time and I will turn those smiles upside down. That is apart of my job. So relax, breathe, and let me worry about getting smiles and natural moments from those babes! It totally works with other people’s kids. With my own…I have to bribe themJust speaking truth.
Yep. That sums it up! So much strong will in her little two year old body!
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