11.28.2012

An impromptu family photoshoot

When I was getting my pictures taken for the Brahmin catalog, we decided to snap some quick shots of our family since we were all there together.  So we just huddled together in what we were already wearing to get some photos taken.  There were no planning of the oufits beforehand, no stress, no quarrels, this is the way to do family photoshoots!

shirt: gap | jeans: nordstrom's | boots: sears

16 comments:

  1. Those photos are super cute =) You have a beautiful family.

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  2. Um, these photos are amazing! Your family is adorable!

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  3. So dang cute! And I love how you all coordinate without planning it. Pretty awesome.

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    1. Haha, I guess we did, what are the odds? ;) thanks for your comment!

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  4. Cutest family EVER! xoxox

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    1. You are so sweet, thank you for your comment!

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  5. Such a precious family! I love the fact that you were not choosing your outfits specially for the photoshoot, but you all still match! :)

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    1. Yeah, I guess we did end up matching after all haha! Thanks for your comment!

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  6. What an adorable family, love the photos! Happy I stumbled upon your site!

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    1. I'm glad you did too! :) thanks for your comment!

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    2. I'm glad you did too! :) thanks for your comment!

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  7. love the spontaneity of the shots!

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  8. Of COURSE you had an impromptu photo shoot with Peter Loosli--good job being forthcoming and asking him!

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  9. Ha ha, I love your husband's expression. He's like, "Oh yeah, these gorgeous gals are all MINE!!"

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  10. Anonymous12/04/2012

    LOVE!!! I like the no planning of the outfits, um, plaid and stripes (and flip flops). Love how things tends to work out. Beautiful pics!

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