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For the Wagner’s session, I met up with the family at the grandparents’ beautiful home in Dexter. It sits on a ton of acres with trails, a pond, fields, and a million trees. Such an awesome location. We did many combinations of family groupings and some individual shots of little Drew who, at 6 months was a total doll when I photographed him, is still the most adorable guy. Such a fun session. Can’t wait to see the family again!

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This is such an awesome family. Our neighbor at our cottage in Caseville asked if I would photograph her son’s family on the beach. These guys are amazing. In about 4 months, they adopted 3 little ones. The two youngest are just 3 months apart and totally adorable. Can you imagine that? Going from a couple to a family of 5 in just 4 months? Unbelievable. And they have done such a great job with the kids. They are so lovey – all of them were totally comfortable with me holding them and carrying them. Just adorable.

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With four kids under 4, I thought the task at hand would be a bit difficult. Surprisingly, however, it was not too hard at all. The kids were adorable and very lovey with each other. When I took each child away to get some individual pictures, they were so sweet. I love these pictures! Good things happen when you just let the kids be kids!

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Love this family! Grandma booked this session a few months ago for her two daughters and their families and it was such a treat. The kids were great and the parents were great. Sometimes when you get a big bunch together, it can get a little chaotic. This time, however, it went so smooth. I photographed the littlest ones a few months ago and they were not too keen on the idea of getting pictures taken, but this time, they gave me lots of smiles! I had so much fun with them doing new poses. The family hasn’t had family pictures since the girls were little, so I think it is so cool they get to have all the grandkids in the pictures at the same age as the girls were. Meet the Lucido family! **click on the photo to see bigger (and better!)**

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