In case you missed Part I of Capturing Colorful Mini Sessions, check it out here! But now more favorites from capturing colorful mini sessions. These next kids were a big step up from the first two families. They could reach the entire sheet, making their design that much more interesting! I love how Big Brother is drawing a crane (something near and dear to my son’s heart!).These two siblings really went after each other once given the go ahead to paint their shirts. Big Brother got quite the colorful face – but he was a good sport and all smiles!I just LOVE this shot. You can tell how much fun they had by looking at it, from the drawings on their sheet to the paint on their backs (and arms)! It was the first time I met these kidsThe next family was a group of cousins! Mom of the youngest one thought Grandma would love the images of the grandkids together. I think she will after seeing their gallery. This was in the beginning with Little D was taking in all of what her older cousins were up to!She started getting the hang of this painting thing. I love how they are crisscrossed reaching for paint.You also have to love all the hands painting her at one time! I’m sure she’s wondering what’s going on, didn’t mom just tell us not to paint each other?She was a trooper. You have to love those baby blues too! Oh and all that hair. Would you believe she’s only a couple of month’s older than my little Sawyer!Another favorite (yup, I have lots of them). Look at all that paint! And how she’s getting into it by painting her cousin! I just love it!
I wasn’t sure how the older kids would fare, if they would mind getting messy or not. But these kids had a blast, just as I did capturing them. One of these moms even told me that all she saw was chaos and mess, but I was able to create a beautiful story through images. It meant a lot to hear that from her.
Stay tuned for Part III… I have one more colorful mini session to share with you!
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