As I sit shivering in my drafty studio on this frigid Wisconsin morning I’m dreaming of warmer temps and sunshine. One of the last family sessions of 2012 took place on a gorgeous Fall afternoon…just one day before we experienced our first snowfall of the season. (Talk about cutting it close!) I’ve had the pleasure of working with this family on several occasions and I’ve become pretty smitten with the two little boys who happen to be almost exactly 5 years younger than my own boys. It’s so fun to watch them go through the phases that almost seem like a distant memory now that my boys are getting older. This year the family decided to have me out to some property that has belonged to the family for several generations. It’s a spot that is sentimental and the little guys delight in running around exploring the woods and doing all the stuff one might expect little boys would do in a wide open space. What made this session especially fun is that Holly, the mom of these two adorable boys, grew up on this property. Her dad purchased a truck on the day Holly was born and he hasn’t been able to part with it since. Knowing the history of the truck sitting out in the field I couldn’t resist asking everyone to pile in the back for a few shots. It was such a fun day and I’m already looking forward to working with them again next Fall!