This Denver extended family session is all about resilience.
2020 was a tough year as this family lost their patriarch. Renee and her husband would have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this year. However, she has pushed forward with the love and support of her beautiful daughters.
It is so nice that Diana and Marlena are in town and can be there to love on their mama.
This is a strong woman right here.
Of course it helps to be surrounded by your handsome grandsons!
Clearly they adore each other.
Diana was close friends with my sister in high school. Diana was always kind to me and included me (even when my sister didn’t want her to). Thanks for always letting the little sister tag along Diana. Now look at the beautiful family Diana has created.
Diana deserves a gold medal as she is an elementary school principal in the Denver Area. I can’t even imagine how difficult her job has been in the last year! Let’s hear it for all of the educators out there!
She has also navigated being a mom of teens during the pandemic and that is no easy feat either. She is doing it right though….these are some of the nicest young men I have ever worked with.
I am pretty jealous of Max’s luscious lochs.
Alex has the sweetest face and smile, don’t you think?
Marlena was closer to my age, but we didn’t spend much time together in high school. Isn’t she so beautiful?
She and Chuck make a cute couple too. So relaxed and at peace with each other.
The loss of a parent or spouse can be so difficult, especially if the family is as close as this one. However, I know they will get through this tough time with the love and support they share.
Sanchez-Hart-Burch Family, I am so thankful that I was able to capture your family. Thank you for the love you share and I pray that you will bring each other comfort this year.