Have you always wanted to do a family portrait but never got around to it?
In “The Happiness Project” by Gretchen Rubin she says “I’ve never forgotten an older friends observation: “One of my regrets about my children’s childhood is that I didn’t have more professional photographs taken.”
She then continues, “I arranged to have pictures taken of our children and I was thrilled with the results. These photographs were far better than any snapshot I could take, and I bought several for us and for the grandparents too. Remembering happy times gives a big boost to happiness, and looking at photographs of happy times helps make those memories more vivid. The money I spent on the photographs will strengthen family bonds, enhance happy memories, and capture fleeting moments of childhood. That’s a pretty good return on the happiness investment.”
Now is the time, since our High Park Family Portrait Special is back! Last time we did a Father’s Day special only, so it was just dad and the kids (or in some cases mom and the kids), but this one is for the whole family.
Here is the info!