This family has grown near and dear to my heart over the last few years. I am so blessed by this friendship, and I love that our kids and hubbies get along too! Lindsay and I met when our middle children went to preschool together several years ago and since then we’ve become good friends.This woman is seriously supermom….she makes having 5 children – 1 almost teenager, 3 who are triplets and one special needs child – look almost easy. She is super organized, always looks amazing, and her kids are fantastic kids! And did I mention that her home is pretty much immaculate every time I am there? I don’t know how she does it (and thinking I need to take some more tips from her)! She also happens to be my go to person for fashion advice as she is always up on all the latest trends. A pretty handy friend to have for more than a few reasons. And not to leave Brad out, as he’s a pretty hands on and involved dad. Loved seeing him interacting with the kids, and Stella definitely has him wrapped around her little finger..it was neat to see how much she adores her daddy.
Lindsay and I do some child care trading with our younger two, and I usually have Stella come visit once a week. This sweet little girl has a very special place in my heart. She has a heart of gold, and you can’t help but fall in love with her when she gives you big (usually slobbery! haha) hugs or comes up and holds your hand and doesn’t want to let go. It has been amazing to see her progress and grow over the last few years. She works incredibly hard for every milestone she has achieved, and it’s been fun cheering her on and encouraging her along the way…she has some serious spunk and determination and I am so proud of her! I am especially pleased that mine and Hudson’s name are among some of the first names outside of her family she learned how to say!
I am so honored that I had this family in front of my camera. These kids were seriously well behaved, which made my job super easy! I had such a hard time narrowing down the shots as there were so many to choose from (definitely a good problem to have!). It’s not very often that with a family of this size you get so many pictures where everyone is actually looking, I definitely did the happy dance as I was editing the images from their session. I am pretty convinced that Brad and Lindsay have developed some parenting super powers (I think you need to in order to survive with five kids! ) . Take for instance, the fact that the triplets are named Aidan, Bailey and Cole (A, B, C…get it?). Also, she has dressed them in color specific clothes from day one so you can tell the two identical ones apart (although they now wear almost matching scars on the opposite sides of their forehead, another helpful piece of identification). Bailey wears blue, Aidan green, etc, so it’s easier not to mix them up.
I could go on longer about this fabulous and gorgeous family, but I will let the pictures do the rest of the talking:
One seriously gorgeous family!
I did mention Lindsay’s amazing fasion sense, right? As evidenced by the great clothing choices she made for their session.
Loved how this session popped against the neutral background of the grasses and trees!
A big thanks to my friend Karin…she told me how she gets these great shots on the hill.
I was so excited to use the technique for this session. Thanks Karin!
Thanks again Neufelds…I loved capturing your family! Enjoy your sneak peek
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