Extended family portrait session – Long Beach, MA

After this fun little family session, we went to the grandmother’s beach house just down the road and met up with the extended family for some group portraits. What a handsome looking bunch! Almost everyone in the family made it which is quite remarkable. I loved the closeness of the sisters, the I-can’t-believe-you’re-making-me-stand-next-to-him/her looks I got from the tweens/teenagers, and the how-do-I-hold-a-baby look I got from the eldest grandson. Thanks so much to all of you, and especially to Darryl, for pulling your crew together.

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[…] The sun was bright as they all enjoyed the entertainment that the ocean provides. The oldest daughter, A, was focused on building a castle. Her little sister, L, persevered in her bubble-blowing attempts. And handsome J enjoyed walking in and out of the water, over and over again. I loved the strawberry-blond locks, the sibling hugs, and all the sand that covered the bottom of the girls’ dresses. Thanks so much for a wonderful way to start the day! Our morning continued on after this – we all went back to the grandmother’s beach house and met up with the extended family for a portrait session with the whole crew (see the next post)! […]

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