real life rocks (mesa family photographer)

“We know one another’s faults, virtues, catastrophes, mortifications, triumphs, rivalries, desires, and how long we can each hang by our hands to a bar. We have been banded together under pack codes and tribal laws.”

~Rose Macaulay

These three adorable siblings are just so sweet together!  Having first photographed big sis O nearly three years ago for the first time, then again when she was a model in our Alice in Wonderland shoot last year, I feel a special connection to her.  I adore seeing the love in her eyes toward her twin brothers.  She is such a wonderful big sister, so caring and gentle.   This session was so much fun–and so true to life.  Sessions shouldn’t always be formal and serious–is that how life always is?  This session mirrors the fun and fast-paced place in life that this family is in right now.  Two toddling twins can create a lot of smiles and exercise for parents!  I just loved documenting their giggles and exploration and love and sweetness toward one another.  This family rocks.  Thank you so much for a wonderful session and for allowing me to capture your real life + your real love.  SO fun!

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Laura is a mother of two residing in the Arizona desert. She is fluent in Spanish and Toddler, believes that photo shoots with kiddos who love to run, climb stairs, play in rocks and giggle are some of the most fun, plans her next trip every week online (but only actually takes some of the trips), never met a container of Talenti Sea Salt Caramel gelato that she didn’t love and has more ideas and dreams than time. Laura loves capturing that beautiful family photo where everyone is cuddled close and looking at the camera, but adores capturing the in-between, sacred moments even more.
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  • Rachel - So cute! Love the backdrop…where was this shoot located? 🙂

  • Angela Grice - Thanks Laura. We had so much fun too. Definitely not serious. The boys are too quick for us to be serious. The pictures capture the laughter we have in our lives but also the happy chaos that we have everyday.