A Trip to the Pumpkin Patch: Family Storytelling in Wellington, Florida
It’s no secret that i’ve been hanging with Caylee every Friday for the last year. Nanny? Nah. Just fulfilling my auntie duties for my very good friend. I adore this family so much. I love that they love photos and they are always ready and willing for a day long documentary session.
When they mentioned a trip to the pumpkin patch i jumped at the idea but quickly realized upon arriving that steaming piles of rotting gourds is not my idea of a good time. Note to self (and all other local introverts): Stay away from Bedner’s pumpkin patch. Too many people. Too many rotting squash. Florida does not have chill when it comes to fall. But I digress.
It was a fun family day regardless of the 90 degree “fall” heat. We started at home getting ready for the day, headed to wolf lake for traditional family portraits and then drove up to Bedner’s. We made a pit stop at the Farmer’s Table in Boca for lunch. YUM. I seriously love documentary family sessions.
Pretty soon Caylee will outgrow her car seat, she’ll be able to climb the stairs without mom’s help and she’ll be a KID. Kids grow up SO FAST. Will you remember what life was like with your toddlers? Documentary sessions are a day in your life, unscripted, unposed and so much fun. Book your family documentary session today!
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