Moving locations means I don't get to see old friends as often or pieces of children's lives that have touched mine in such wonderful ways. But I was able to snag a couple extra senior sessions that meant having one more memory with some of my favorite seniors. Mackenzie is definitely no exception to that and I was SOOO excited to hear from her mom about booking this shoot for her. She's not a boot-wearing kind of Texas gal, she likes it upscale so we headed to Sundance Square before wrapping it up at the Water Gardens. Both being high on my list of favorite Fort Worth locales to stroll through (you can say I like it upscale too). Her brother blew me away with his ninja model skills at his session a couple years ago, and she came to prove that this family does not disappoint. This young lady is gonna go far in helping others after college and I couldn't be more proud of how her life is panning out. Congrats!
Everyone needs a couple like Emilia & Juan in their circle because people like this just make life sweeter. Not only are they completely real, they are completely in love and I'm all here for it. Their engagement session took us around their alma mater campus of University of Dallas before we journeyed down to the Ronald Kirk Bridge. The old school architecture of the campus is a perfect compliment to the modernized skyline that Dallas is constructing for the west side. Stay tuned for their wedding this fall! It's going to be gorgeous!
Getting to see kiddos grow over the years is definitely one of my favorite things, and this family happens to have a special place in my heart, so double win for me! Their adorable boys are quickly turning into dapper young men and I love how their personalities develop by leaps and bounds every time I see them. Can't wait til next time! ;)