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Getting in Front of the Camera

You've heard it before. As moms, we're often the ones behind the camera capturing the moment. This makes for full and varied photo albumns, but it leaves us out of most of the pictures. I know I recently did some fun photos with Eversnap, but when my very good friend Adriana Klas offered to take some familiy portraits as part of her Mother's Day mini-sessions, I couldn't refuse. And man was I right about the difference in the images from a casual photographer versus an artist like Adriana. These new photos knocked me off my feet. 


Mini-sessions like this are the perfect way to periodically capture a moment in time. They are more affordable than a full session and short enough that the kids (and dad) can tolerate them. I know that I'll look back at these photos and laugh about how the boys used to knock me over with their hugs, and I'll always wonder what Nic and Z were talking about in that last one. 


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