Ladd Family | Spring Hill, TN Family Photographer

May 18, 2015  •  5 Comments

These boys were super fast but a lot of fun.  We were afraid our family photo session would get rained out, but it turned out to be a beautiful evening at Thompson Station Park.  We played airplane and Simon Says but what seemed to get baby brother's attention the most was me falling on my rump.  Hey - whatever works.  Also, I learned that you should be really specific when you ask a five year old to pick up his two year old brother...two year olds should not be lifted by the neck.  LOL.

The best part of the whole session was that I got an un-prompted hug from Baby Thomas before I left.  What a sweetheart!

 

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Hi, friends!  Welcome to my blog! I’m an engineer turned family photographer, obsessed with chasing light and capturing real moments. I believe family portrait sessions should be fun! I’m a hockey mom, Predators fan & retired PTO president.  I picked up the camera when my youngest was a baby and fell in love with documenting our life as a family. Don't wait to book a session to capture your family's special memories today! 

 

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