Senior Picture Shoot


I always claim the right to take pictures of people taking pictures in public places. I did that yesterday of the photographer taking pictures of son Logan. The guy was good! He put Logan, who hates getting dressed up and especially hates changing out of perfectly clean clothes into other clothes. I just tagged along.


Heather made a great assistant holding the reflector as the photographer did his thing. I’m going to have to get one of those things. I wouldn’t know what to do with it but it sure looks cool.


I think both Heather and I teared up during the session. Our baby is getting all growns up. It seems like just yesterday we loaded him up for first grade.  He has turned into quite the young man. He has overcome a lot of challenges and I think will do well.


Anyways we get the proofs in about a week and a half. The guy was good so my expectations are high. I imagine we’ll buy almost everything. We might have to get a second mortgage but you only get Senior Pictures once. Well, at least hope it is just once.

9 thoughts on “Senior Picture Shoot

  1. sylviakirk

    Such great captures and such a special occasion!! When I first started following your blog six years ago, Logan was such a little guy and, oh, how he’s grown!! I’m so very happy for all of you and send lots of love and good wishes your way!! Have a great weekend!!

  2. jen

    How exciting. I totally get the 2nd mortgage comment. Too funny. I felt that way when I paid for Bridgette’s First Communion dress. Congrats, Logan!

  3. apaley

    Don’t worry Alan, my “little” ones are 59, 57 and 54 this year and I still see them as “youngsters”.

  4. EG CameraGirl

    Well, it’s bittersweet to see kids grow up, that’s for sure. Once you get over the shock of their leaving the nest, it can be quite nice, though. You’ll see. It is amazing that he’s having his senior photos taken though. Where did the time go?

  5. Gaelyn

    As you should take photos of the photographer, and Logan too. He really has grown into a fine young man. You and Heather should be proud.

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