What do you do in an open meadow with the cutest family while surrounded by gorgeous mountains every direction? Especially when the sun peaks out after an overcast day, casting a beautiful glow all around? You take the most lovely family photos of course!
We couldn’t have asked for a better session to start us back up again after our maternity leave! We have been doing a lot of location scouting this summer and we loved trying out this new spot we found. Luckily it was just the look these two were wanting for their engagements, with the golden fields and rolling hills. The beautiful sunshine made it even more perfect!
The nurses had the paperwork done and everything ready for us to go. They said as soon as we were ready we could leave the hospital and take our sweet new little boy home. The only problem was we were not ready. We still needed to finish that yellow form sitting in front of us. It was several pages long and every line had been filled out, even the last line requesting our signatures. Every line that is except the two blanks near the top saying “First Name” and “Middle Name”.
I had never gone into labor on my own with our previous three babies. In fact Jaxton, our oldest, was a week overdue before I was finally induced. So when my doctor offered to induce me anytime after 39 weeks we quickly decided on a date. It makes life easier knowing you already have everything planned out. Our kids had somewhere to go, our hospital bags were packed and we felt “mostly” prepared.
Summer passed in a blur. A fun blur full of adventures and memories. By this point both Ryan and Amberly knew they were going to get married. It wasn’t a question of if, it was a question of when. Ryan wanted to go the traditional route of asking Amberly’s father for her hand in marriage before he proposed.
You’ve heard of high school sweethearts, but how often have you heard of JUNIOR high school sweethearts? Victoria and Bridger’s love story could have come straight out of a movie. The type of movie you settle in to watch, not only for a good smile and a happy feeling, but also the type of movie you know you will shed a few tears during. Happy tears of course.