Photos by Kim Moller
Jinah + Daniel are parents of two of the cutest children I have met (outside of my own and my nieces and nephews). We first met over a year ago when they signed up for our fall mini sessions. This past February, I was so excited when I receive an email from them requesting scheduling another session with me. You guys, it is truly a sweet joy when past clients reach out to request additional photo time with us. What a privilege to document the growth of children, watch couple settles into new rhythms in their relationship, and reconnect in person. I LOVE IT ALL!
I met up with the Song family at Possum Creek Park here in Gainesville. February’s in Florida are normally p e r f e c t for outdoor photos. It was cool enough where the sun provided just the right amount of warm fuzziness, as we wandered around the park shooting and chatting about what the last 6 months looked like for each of us. The two kids were such troopers. And as you will see, they were so sweet together… can you even with the way big brother is holding his little sister? So adorable. This makes my momma heart beat just a little bit quicker and it makes me think of how I see my own children interact together. I hope that these two (and my own children) will be sweet friends and love each other deeply as they grow up.
Song family, y’all are the cutest ever. I hope you enjoy these photos for years to come!
What is the best thing you’ve learned since becoming parents? Jinah -That we need the Lord daily, hourly, moment by moment (signing “every hour I need you!”). I think we learn SO much by becoming parents, and we also get to see ourselves well by being parents. I realize I fall short often, but because these babies were gifts specifically chosen by God for us, I know we can keep going. Thankfully, we have the BEST source in us. Daniel – Honestly, I learned how much we DON’T know… it’s humbling. It also shows a lot of grace because our son forgives us all the time, and quick to apologize. It gives me a chance to grow and reflect on God’s grace for us.
What is the most honest thing you can say about being a parent? The days are long, but the years are short. But the kind of joy you experience by loving on and being loved on by your children is extraordinary. Our hearts ooze of more love than ever before.