While I was in the Metroplex last weekend, I finally got the chance to take pictures of some of my favorite people. Shauna and I go way back. We met at church camp when we were about 13, and we’ve been friends ever since. We even spent a fabulous year as college roommates, and to this day I probably call her “roomate” more than I call her Shauna. She is one of my best friends, and I love that even if we haven’t talked for awhile, we always pick up right where we left off. Friends like that are such a blessing.
We’ve been trying to coordinate schedules all summer long, and I was so excited that it finally worked out. Shauna seriously has the most beautiful children, a fabulous husband, and I just plain love these guys!
I love this next family one. Chase is such a little ham, and I love how they are all looking at him and he’s cracking up. He’s one crazy and fun kiddo!
Let me prove to you how beautiful Shauna and Kip’s kids are.
Mackenzie, the oldest of the bunch. You wouldn’t know it, but she had been under the weather for a few days when we took pictures. But she is such a little trooper and didn’t complain at all (well, minus when some bugs tried to crawl on her. That’s life at the lake!)
Check out her sweet dimple!
Handsome Chase, the middle kiddo. And he fills the role perfectly! He is the class clown, if families have class clowns. Which I think they do.
And Macy, the baby of the family. She is so full of smiles and stories involving unicorns and Tinkerbell. Check out her unique eye…part brown, part blue. I think it is so beautiful!
One more sweet one of Macy.
Shuana, I hope this holds you over until I get the rest of your gallery finished! I had such a great time hanging out with your family. Love you guys!
(ps…Shauna runs a great blog/website design company. She helped me put together my site, and she is fabulous at what she does. If you need a blog designer, be sure and check out See My Designs! Also, I make pretty regular trips to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, so don’t hesitate to contact me if you’re interested in scheduling a session the next time I’m in town.)