Spring Flowers & Spring Showers

March 28, 2016

MOM LIFESTYLE

If it weren’t for the spring showers we wouldn’t have these beautiful flowers, so instead of being bummed our spring picnic got rained out I am going to be grateful for the amazing time we had regardless. It took me a day to come to this conclusion, I was pretty bummed that I couldn’t continue with the planned out shoot I was imaging but after seeing these kiddos embrace the weather and play together outside, it all felt so right!

My in-laws grow daffodils and whatever they don’t end up picking blooms in the field, this year we took advantage of the beauty and captured our kiddos. It was a pleasure to have Julie of Quantum Images Inc out in the field capturing the chaos of 8 kids and 5 adults playing around the flowers. We had some good falls and one of my favorite parts of all was coming in when we were finished and Sophie said, “Fun.. Mommy!…. Fun!”

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Easter Bunny in the daffodil field by Quantum Images Inc

Easter Bunny in the daffodil field by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Children in the Daffodils by Quantum Images Inc

Playing in the mud on the family farm

** All photos taken by Fraser Valley photographer Quantum Images Inc.

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