San Antonio Family Photographer | Pearl District Family Session

When you’re a military family you’re always on the lookout for new friends. You move to a new place, you find friends, then they move on or you do, and the hunt starts again. It’s hard, and sometimes it’s lonely and a little sad, but there are some upsides! For instance, you end up with awesome people spread all over the world!

When my friend Kate heard I would be visiting San Antonio for Easter and asked me about a session for her adorable boys I could hardly wait! Not only are they two of the most fun kids I know, I would get to shoot them in one of the coolest urban spots I’ve seen! A San Antonio Pearl District family session is the best way to spend an afternoon!
No visit to the Pearl District is complete without a stop at The Lick Ice Creamery. (My personal favorite flavor was the Ladybird Lavender Crisp.) And no photo shoot is complete without a foot race, of course.pearl district family session
Kate says that this scene, big brother in front and little brother doing his best to keep up, is pretty typical for them, but neither of them seem to mind too much. 2017-05-07_0002.jpg

The San Antonio Pearl District is also home to a branch of the Culinary Institute of America. They have the most amazing reclaimed tank flowerbeds right outside their kitchen windows filled with actual veggies and herbs! We were all equally fascinated by the brussel sprouts on their stalks. Little brother picked them for his photo.
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The San Antonio Pearl District offers a wonderful diversity of colors and textures. Both of these boys were ready to fearlessly explore every nook and cranny!

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We wrapped things up with a quick game of “Simon Says.” Simon says put your hands up. Simon says touch your toes. Simon says touch your nose. Touch your ears. Big brother won the foot race, but little brother takes this game! 2017-05-07_0009.jpg

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  • Laurie Bennett

    I’m the grandmother off these sweeties. How do I buy these pictures? ReplyCancel

    • Hi Laurie! I’m so glad you love the photos!! Your grandsons are adorable! I will be sending Kate a link to a full gallery this week and you will be able to order prints from there if that works for you! Please feel free to email me if you have any trouble!ReplyCancel

  • Alissa

    What little cuties! You can totally see their fun and loving personalitiesReplyCancel

  • Simon says! That’s brilliant! You captured all the fun that these two kiddos are. They look so fun-loving and I bet it was so fun to photograph them. ReplyCancel

  • Amy

    These boys are adorable, what a cute family session!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Johnson

    What a fun session! I love how you captured them playing together! So cute!ReplyCancel

  • These are just so lovely! Absolutely full of life and personality! Nothing like a brother to be your sidekick!! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Alyssa Bouma

    you did such a great job capturing such great personalities in these photos!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer

    What an adorable Pearl District family session.  Those boys are just too stinkin cute!!ReplyCancel

  • Susan

    Oh my gosh! These two are just too cute. You’ve really captured some sweet brotherly moments!ReplyCancel

  • Love this session.  Looks so beautiful in the Pearl District too!ReplyCancel

  • This is such a fun sibling photo session! Love how real it is!ReplyCancel

  • sarah

    These kiddos are too stinking cute! What a lovely session ReplyCancel

  • Sharee Davenport

    An ice creamery seems like the perfect place for a photo session. These San Antonio family photos are the best!ReplyCancel

  • OH my goodness they are soon cute!ReplyCancel

  • Brittany Slaughter

    These are such incredibly timeless family  photos! San Antonio is the perfect backdrop for these sessions! ReplyCancel

  • I love the fun captured in these photos. What a great background for them to play, explore. Great job!ReplyCancel