Tuesday, April 28, 2009

The B Family--- Coachella Valley Family Photographer

I'm pretty sure this post is going to make Ross get all "I want a boy to play basketball with" and "I want a boy to go to Priesthood with" and "I want a boy to throw the football around with... whaa whaa whaa." ;)

Just kidding. But really... there's something pretty cool about a grown-son with his dad. Like in his eyes you see 'you did well' and in HIS eyes you see 'I did alright'... something special.

And this mama... a mama of four boys that she started having 19 years ago! Can you believe it? ... I know... can a get a whoo whoo?!
I may have been the most excited for Ty to pull out this cowboy hat he picked up at Stagecoach last Saturday... and it did NOT disappoint me.
Let the boys be boys!
It's views like this last one over The Tradition (a GORGEOUS country club out here) that make me realize why people LOVE this desert I live in. It's because it's NOT the same desert I live in. 13 minutes away and not a bit of dust in the air or a double-wide in sight. Just buy me one of these houses Ross, and I could totally live here forever. ;)

7 comments:

Rachelle said...

I really like them Lillie! I think it just looks like you captured the essence of a family full of "wild" boys!

Mark and Stefani McCune said...

What great photos of the family!

Lowdogg said...

Wow-What a beautiful family! I love the close-ups on the boys faces- they all have such great and different eyes. I also love the one of their backs and the one of the mom and dad over-looking the valley. Great work!

Lacy

Kym said...

Loves the photos! I agree with you about living in the desert forever...in Tradition. :) Does make our desert look fabulous... especially this time of year.

Lowdogg said...

Ross is getting a tough ride on the blog these days.

Stay strong Ross, stay strong.

Attic Gal Alysa said...

AWESOME!

Attic Gal Rachelle said...

Wow! Those are really great. I knew you could do great stuff with boys. (Though I still think you should try to get some tutus in there somewhere.)