My (Other) Girls!
I have my three girls and it has been a joy through the years seeing them grow up and grow closer in their sisterly relationship. And, believe me, we have had many a "sister-session" both before and during my photography business career. The only girl of four, I've always missed the sister thing, so it is always a blessing to see sisters and how they interact, and to try to capture, just a little bit, the dynamic relationships of sisters, as well as brothers and siblings.
I've been taking pictures of the Williams family since before little Meredith was born, and they have changed SO MUCH through the years. This June we had a wonderful session down at the creek on their farm, and it was so fun to see how they have all changed since just last summer!
First, here's Elizabeth, former baby of the family, never the oldest, so she gets to be first! She is sweet as can be, but has a lot of spirit, too!
And there's Meredith. We have always called our youngest one the "Chatterbox Cafe" because of the sheer amount of words that can come out of her mouth during any interchange. Sounds like Meredith is the same way. Mom says that she starts as soon as she gets up, and never stops. She had a LOT to say about the session, the flower crowns (they were "pokey"), the creek, the rocks, getting wet (eeewww!), being able to get wet (please!!!), posing, not posing, wanting her shoes, not wanting her shoes on ....
And oh, those curls!!!
And finally, beautiful, cooperative, Audrey. She's so good at following posing guidance and expressions that I've even used her for some advertising images! Of course I don't see them all the time, but she's looking like the typical oldest sister. If there's a spelling bee to be won, softball game to play, leadership role to fill - she's your girl! I love the way her sisters look up to her. I love the way they have said her name through the times of learning to actually say "Audrey." Besides mom and dad, the big sister is the most important authority for younger sibs!
So thankful they let me mess with them, and use the flower crowns for some fun and artistic shots.
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