Father's Day Competition

June 17, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

The entries are in and here are the three finalists for the Father's Day Mini-Session!

1)  Shanna

"My father was my everything. He taught me so much, even when I didn’t want to learn (like the one summer he made me fill in a blank multiplication table every day, or the next summer, when I had a daily long division problem). His ridiculous shirts, bolo ties, and toucan hats (as well as the rest of his antics) made me realize how important it is to live life to the fullest every day, because you never know what might happen. I even wrote my college essay on him…and got into every school that I applied to. I credit his influence on that, as well as on all the various successes I've have in my life. It's not every man that will take up ice skating to support his daughter who wants to learn it. He's been gone for 14 years now, but his presence and influence with be with me....always."

2) Amy

"This was taken on my husband's first Father's Day. My son was on oxygen after a 110 day stay in the NICU. He came off oxygen one month before his 1 year birthday. He's kicking ass now and taking names. Love my big boy Griffin!"

3) Jen

"Daddy bliss! This photo was taken soon after my husband, Chris, had the incredible experience of catching his baby boy. He was the first person to ever hold our son and I joke that he has never set him down. Chris' devotion and attentiveness to our son is inspiring. Watching my love become a father has been one of the greatest joys of my life. I love my boys!"

 

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