I apologize in advance for this being a large post...we are a large family. Also, please pardon us for being so racially diverse and spectacularly good looking. I know you are all jealous. Don't hate cause you ain't (yes, I really did just say that. Haha...).
Without anymore nonsense, stare and see that this is US.
So while it was a little chilly outside and it took everyone a while to get used to the man with the giant camera, we had fun. I personally enjoy being behind a camera rather than in front of it but... it worked out. Everyone looks stinkin' adorable. And it was cool to watch Jeff and observe his methods.
But honestly, my favorite part of this whole thing was that I got to be the wardrobe coordinator. One of my life's greatest joys is too tell other people (typically my family, but I don't mind helping others if asked) what to wear. The art of making people look fabulous makes me happy. And picking out my outfit and then 9 others was most assuredly a joyous thing for me. I was determined to make us all "go" with in my black, white and gray color scheme, but I refused to let us all match. SUCCESS! My oh my, don't we look lovely?
*random shot in not so fabulous coats, for our church. This is our "winter" look. There is no possible way to make 10 random jackets look good together. Darn.