This family is dear to my heart for so many reasons which all started over 10 years ago.
My first teaching job is where I worked along side the woman, mom and lola (grandmother) that holds this family together. She’s got more creativity in her pinky finger then I have in my whole body. Although lola’s retired she continues to teach and care for her adorable grandchildren. Yes, they are beyond blessed to have her in their lives.
Lolo (grandpa in Tagalog) puts the “h” in hustle and “s” in sweet! He’s the best of both worlds, which is why everyone loves him dearly. His smile and warmth welcomes all into his heart and home.
This generation session made my heart melt over like a good piece of cheese oozing out of a quesadilla. Not only are they my clients, but friends that have become family. I couldn’t have chosen a better session to get back into the blogging game. My New Year’s Eve resolution so far has gotten started on the right foot! Personally I think all family’s need to take a generation session at LEAST every five years. I mean especially if you’ve got new babes, growing kiddos …and well do you really need an excuse to get together and share a couple of smiles with your family?