It’s Raining Models.

There’s much to be said about friendships. I have best friends I’ve known pretty much my whole life and then I have best friends I’ve made in the past few years. I treasure each and everyone of them and I love the different relationship with each one.  Over the past 4 years, my friend Ali has turned from an aquaintance, to someone I saw every week at playgroup, to a best friend who is like my second sister.  One of my favorite things about Ali is her living each day to the fullest and the determination she has regardless of circumstances. I love that she has no fear to skip naptime, just so we can have a little more fun that day; or her ability to pick up and meet somewhere with no notice or premade plans.  So, with a little bit of Ali’s spontinaity, we ended up here…

… my best friend and I braved the pouring rain (P O U R I N G) to take the kids for a little photoshoot. Who wouldn’t love a photoshoot in the rain, with 8 kids and 2 adults? I got there a little before Ali to attempt a Christmas card pic of my kids (success) and then waited for her to arrive. As the kids and I are sitting on the porch of a house, the rain starts coming (like cats and dogs). Sure enough, that doesn’t stop Ali. The kids were troopers though, waiting patiently under shelter, splashing in the puddles, eating candy and counting down the minutes until their lunch break.  Overall the day was a huge success. I got some shots I just adore of her girls. Seriously, model material.



2 Responses to It’s Raining Models.
  1. Katie
    January 6, 2010 | 4:23 pm

    OMG! Could these pictures be any CUTER!!??! These pictures are amazing!! Congrats on your new site and a successful 2009!! 🙂

  2. Connie Scott
    April 19, 2010 | 9:29 pm

    These girls are adorable!! More than the sun glare I love the backgrounds that you pick. Looking forward to one day doing a family shoot of myself and my 2 children. Great work!!

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