Laura's Family in Corolla - July 14, 2020

September 19, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
This is Laura's fun family visiting Corolla for a week at the height of summer! The older "kids" in this family are so great with the younger ones, and everyone enjoyed a beautiful evening on the beach!
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Bethany's Family in Corolla - July 8, 2020

September 16, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
This is Bethany's sweet family. They are returning clients and I love the gorgeous matching dresses on the younger girls. Carrigan is the star of my website, with her sandy baby face from two years ago. The lucky grandparents of this family are Kim and Gary, and they have 10 grandchildren, including Carrigan, Maddie, Ansley, Everly, Brooklyn, Grant...
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Lisa's Family in Duck - July 7, 2020

August 24, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
This is Lisa and Jim's family from Ohio! They have three children. Maureen is in graduate school to become a counselor. Molly is married to Chase and they have 8 month old Emmy. Patrick and Gloria have Scarlet, 18 months old. They are all adorable and hope they had a beautiful vacation in Duck!
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Natalie's Family in Corolla - June 25, 2020

August 21, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
This is Natalie's family who got together for a lovely vacation in June in Corolla. Natalie is married to Ron, and they organized this family photo session. They have one son and Natalie's parents are George and Ruth, who have four other children. There were lots of kids who really enjoyed picking up shells on the beach. Two of the girls are 18 and...
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Allison's Family in Duck - July 1, 2020

August 21, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
This is Allison's family in Duck! Allison and her husband have Stella, 6.5 years old, and her younger brother with the adorable smile below. Jim and Katie have been together since high school, and have Judah and Hannah. Toby is another sweet cousin, and they are lucky to be vacationing together with grandparents who have had the same beautiful home...
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