the transmission of customs or beliefs from generation to generation, or the fact of being passed on in this way.
The Dixon Family’s tradition: to come together as a family to celebrate, to share stories, to give gifts, to share ideas and beliefs, to have long discussions, to enjoy moments of togetherness.
I enjoyed listening to them as they got ready for their session. The girls were helping each other with finishing touches, the littles were trying to escape the house without boots or coat. Grandma was trying to herd them, like cats, toward their boots and coats, Grandpa was helping. It was perfect family chaos. The good kind, the kind where everyone is together, there is laughter floating through the air and little boys excitedly trying to get out to the fresh snow.
As I look through their pictures one more time I remember the day. It was cold, so we didn’t last long out side, but it was fun. It was fun to watch the behind the scenes. A little mischief, a bit of sledding, a Jedi sword (what session is complete without one?), a family coming together, because that is their tradition.
Debbie Nicholas is a natural light, life style photographer. She enjoys helping families have fun during their sessions. Making the moment another wonderful memory in life. Her sessions are relaxed with lots of play and a bit of posing. Debbie lives in Valley Washington near Loon Lake Washington. She travels to the areas around her in the Inland Northwest for many kinds of sessions. Some of these areas are, Spokane Washington, Deer Park Washington, Coeur d’Alene Idaho, Colville Washington, Loon Lake Washington and Chewelah Washington. If you would like to book a session with Love and Honey Photography, by Debbie Nicholas, call (509)680-8101 or email at email@example.com. Thanks for stopping by!