Margo and I go WAY back and she is someone I am so grateful for. She was one of my CBS (Community Bible Study) leaders years ago, and she is one of the most amazing women ever! We have formed a friendship over the years and I like to think of her as wise mom or aunt….but a really cool one. She is fun and encouraging, smart and wise and has a deep relationship with the Lord that is evident from the moment you meet her.
Margo and Moe have been married a long time and are still SO cute together. Just look at these smiles.
A few years ago we did big extended Littleton family pictures and now that they have added a few more grandkids, it was time to do it again.
I love the way these turned out. We went down to the RiNo Art district and it was a blast wandering the painted alleys and finding cool spots for pictures. Just look at these cute grand-Lambs (that what she calls them because of their last name)
This is the Lamb family. They are so cute and were so well behaved during their pictures. It is so nice when kids are excited and want to be a part of photos.
What a joy to meet this little guy for the first time. The only grandson and clearly not doted upon at all 😉.
They are one cute family!
Also, these stairs are my new favorite place to take family pictures.
Then we have the Adam Pasha family.
Oh my goodness, are you kidding me. This family it too cute to handle.
Little Georgia was a new addition since our last photos too and she is a real peach (see what I did there 😉).
But seriously, her mohawk is to DIE for!
Obviously, she is equally doted upon.
Little girls in big headbands is something that should be celebrated! They are SO cute.
Margo, Kirsten and Jessica did such a great job styling their outfits.
Anyone who has done extended family pictures, knows how hard it is to coordinate all the colors, patterns and outfits but they NAILED it! It was perfect for the colorful streets of downtown Denver as well.
The grandkids call her Go and I think that is adorable! What a blessing to have all of your family close by and to be able to spoil your grandkids on a weekly/monthly basis. I hope I am that lucky someday.
Corralling all of the kids into a picture was a little tricky…especially with two Covid babies who don’t like strangers and who are on the MOVE. However, this photo is pretty cute.
And the one of just the “babies” is cute took. Look at them with their hands in their mouths and those dark expressive eyes.
The big kids got to pick where they wanted their pictures and I love how this shows off their personalities.
Margo, you are one lucky lady and I hope that someday I am as lucky with my kids and grandkids as you are!