Family Photos in downtown SaVannah
Isn’t it just crazy how time just seems to fly on by? It seems like yesterday that I first photographed big brother Cole and his little sister Grace…who didn’t even have hair yet! Now they are five and three, with so much to say (Cole has some of the funiest jokes!) and even more love to give! And now that Cole and Gracie are a little bit older, their mom Nicole and I thought doing their family photos in downtown Savannah would be a lot of fun for them. We decided to start in Forsyth Park and venture from there, and we didn’t have to walk even around the block to find a historic and beautifully fall decorated front stoop in Monterey Square — it couldn’t have been more perfect o coordinate with the Cohen Family’s outfits! We then walked about 20 feet and found a beautiful iron gate and brick wall covered with vines, and then Gracie stole the cuteness show! How adorable are these photos with her mom in front of the gate?!
Thank you Cohen Family — I can’t wait until next year’s family photos! And thank you Savannah — your charm is just magical!
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