S Family at Home {Gigi’s Joy Photography: Racine Family Lifestyle Photographer}

 

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This little one was not moving too far from his mama when I showed up to his house with my camera for his family’s lifestyle photography session. But once he saw his brothers having fun, he wanted to be in on it, too.

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Lifestyle sessions are perfect capturing the everyday, ordinary moments that you aren’t going to want to forget. This little guy unpacked all of the treasures in his backpack to show me…

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and then the art supplies came out.

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Big brother is quite the artist.

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Personal music concerts is a perk of the job.

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We did a little exploring outside in the yard,

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and the bubbles came out.

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(No babies were harmed during this photo shoot. But I admit, the bubble wand in the mouth shot (below) makes me cringe every time I see it. But at the same time – every baby I have ever known has done that very thing!)

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At some point during a lifestyle session, I gather the family to get a pretty group picture – but the chaos before and after that is always my favorite.

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Loved this little guy’s silly and sweet nature.

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Although the children are typically the focus, I love when I can get a sweet image of the parents.

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“Being a family means you are part of something very wonderful. It means you will love and be loved for the rest of your life.”

-Unknown

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