November 18, 2014

The Masuen Family [with a good book]

Families Lifestyle

Just after moving into their new home, the Masuen Family decided on an at-home photo shoot to celebrate this fun milestone in their lives. I loved catching just a glimpse of their day-to-day routine and just watching them be a family! Mr. Myles is fully two and certainly practiced his independence. We even took a little walk down the sidewalk together during which he showed me lots of personality. And those curls. Just amazing!

Thank you, Masuen family, for letting me into your home and your lives. You are a beautiful family! 

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