To get this family together in one place is no small feat, so it was a pretty fun day when it happened. Each of the families wanted to do a little mini session, so mama did her thing and set up a time for everyone to come and get their pics done. And it went so well!! When you have 8 kids in a family, it’s literally a small miracle to have everyone happy, smiling, on time, and cooperative for pictures. (Believe me… I know…. I have 8 siblings!).
I will say, I literally got compared to being a dentist the other day during one of these family reunion shoots. And, ya know, I can’t really disagree with that. Family reunion picture day can be a bit overwhelming. There’s a lot of people obviously. A lot of opinions. Other things on the agenda. An a million other reasons why it’s not super fun – BBUUUTT, it doesn’t have to be a drag! I actually aim to make my family reunion sessions part of a fun memory of the get together. Instead of something to check off the “to do” list, I really try to make it something that is memorable, enjoyable, and really creates a good time together. I think we accomplished that for the Freeman family!