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Kendall, Joey and Grant in Stapleton

I learned a great deal on this photo shoot with one of my favorite families; the first is that you can’t take pictures at Park Meadows Mall without getting permission first. (Luckily we had already taken as many as we needed before the security guard arrived and explained this rule!) It was actually a blessing to have to move outdoors as we returned to Stapleton and explored some great locations right in our own backyard. ¬† And that leads to the second lesson: stay away from boys with snowballs. ūüôā ¬†And lesson #3: ¬†two year old adorable girls have personalities to match.¬†Thanks, Tony and Tonette, for letting me share part of your day!

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One of the things I love to do when shooting landmark birthdays is to photograph the child with something important to the parents (a baseball cap, dad’s shirt, or, in this case, grandmother’s pink beads). ¬†Kendall had a blast trying to hide the necklace from me, but I managed to capture this one with it on; I can’t wait to see how she wears it at three!

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comments

  1. alison

    My brother was a “mall cop” at Park Meadows in high school. I can just see him calmly chasing you off!

    November 30th, 2009 @ 11:37 am

  2. Karlyn

    That is the most darling little girl ever! She looks so fun to be around. Great pics!

    December 3rd, 2009 @ 9:53 pm

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