Sbabo Family

A real life happily ever after being lived out by two crazy in love, amazing people! Meet the Sbabo family!

Kelsey asked for nothing else for her birthday other than family pictures. It was such an honor that she chose me to capture these for them. Mama and the little girls were all styled by me from the WSP Client Closet.

Mid-session, I realized that Kelsey is an entrepreneur herself. She has the perfect little organic business that sells bath bombs, body creams and my personal favorite shower steamers! Her business is Dainty Naturals and I have been ordering from her for a while!!  This small world never ceases to amaze me!

Kolbie and Ashtyn stole the show, the way these two sisters interacted was absolutely amazing to capture. They played, they loved, they tickled, but they were also gentle. Ashtyn was always so mindful of her little sister. Kolbie just wanting to cheese every chance she got!

The way Alec shy-fully smiled at his wife was one of the sweetest things to see. Kelsey has this bright contagious smile always beaming. Alec could not hide his smile when she looked right at him. These little girls for sure have daddy all wrapped around their little fingers, but mama is their best friend. This family loves, and that love shines through in their images.

Sometimes in any creative career you need a little affirmation that you are chasing the right dream. That what you are doing is also inspiring others. That you are capturing things not because it has become your job but you are capturing things for a purpose. That these images aren’t just images that they are keepsakes forever to be cherished. When I left this session, as I was pulling out of their beautiful family farm tears overwhelmed me. This family touched my creative heart. This mama needed this just as much as I did. We have both been through similar experiences and as an entrepreneur herself she understood. I had that exact moment where I looked around and thanked the Lord for everything because in that exact moment I knew I was right where I needed to be…


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