Family Team

In my near 30 years of wisdom ;), I have come to learn that some of the greatest moments of happiness or sadness come from our relationships with our family.  I really believe that much of the purpose of our life is to learn how to work together as a team.  Somedays (or seasons) that is much easier than others. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not always the best team player… I think I was added to my family in order to incorporate some strategy and determination among the others on how they would make this family thing all work, since I can definitely pose as “the challenge”.  Nonetheless, I know from these experiences the joy that truly comes when we are all playing together, cheering each other on, and helping to defeat the opposition.

Here’s to working together and playing on the same team as a family!

This lovely family hails all the way from Kansas, and they’re awesome team players 🙂  I have walked away from so many photo shoots recently just quietly inspired by the good people in the world.  This delightful family was no exception.  If this is the future of America, then we’re in good hands.

Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah. Her talents and awards include winning the 4th, 5th, and 7th grade spelling bees. Unfortunately she’ll always remember the words she lost on: Buzzard (only used one Z) and Squirrel (only used one R). Completely defeated, she now relies on spell check, and husband check. Both are quite reliable and keep her looking more intelligent. Brooke lives in a quiet one hundred year old home with her husband and humorous baby boy.  She also likes cheese.

Brooke teaches private photography lessons as well as monthly photography classes in Logan, Utah.

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4 Responses

  1. oh they just look like great people! Love love love that last one especially. They all look so natural 🙂
    I wish you’d come to Canada so you could take pictures of me and my family. Or maybe one day we’ll bring our kids down there.

  2. aaaah. Thanks Rhonda! I think we should definitely get together someday for a family picture of the Steeds 🙂 Sooner than later!! Maybe we’ll have to plan a family trip to Canada! That would be grand!

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