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August 3, 2014

Lot of cute cousins {Family photography | Twin Cities, Minneapolis St. Paul, MN}

I'm getting a little behind with my blog, so I thought I would post three sessions that had a common theme: cousins!  I have had so much fun, lately, photographing families that are visiting one another from far apart.  For some reason that kind of session has been really popular this year, and I love it.  In fact, I've not been able to take on all the requests I've gotten for sessions of this kind this season, simply due to being so booked up.

Anyway, here are three sessions featuring some ADORABLE cousins who were so excited to be together.  I did get to photograph some of the parents and grandparents, too, but as I said, I am sticking with a cousins theme here, soooooooo... darling youngsters it is.

This first session featured 7 girls, all in matching dresses!  Three of the girls stuck around a little longer and I photographed them in the studio, too.
Next, we have some beautiful cousins who's grandparents happen to live across the street from me.  We decided to do the shoot right in Grandma and Grandpa's backyard.  Easiest commute to work, ever!  They were all going to be together for a rare weekend, so the family booked my services for a photo shoot.
And finally, these two 4-year-old cousins were together for a family visit in St. Paul, and they were so much fun!  I got hugs, I got tickled, I got TACKLED, and I got home-grown tomatoes!  You can't beat that.  They were so funny together.

You may be surprised to hear that after this session I learned that the little boy's mom and I both sang opera at the University of Minnesota back in the 90s and we have lots of friends/colleagues in common.  I KNOW!! AGAIN!!  I am no longer baffled or shocked when this happens.  Because it does.  Regularly.

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