The last time I saw the Green Family, Parker was just a few weeks old and Emery was a sweet and sassy 3 year old that liked to go 'splorin.  Just a year later,  Parker is officially a toddler running all over the place and Emery is quickly approaching 4 and just as sweet as can be.  Using the railroad and botanical gardens as our backdrop, we continued our adventure around Grapevine, TX.

 

I love Grapevine for the quaint little town with brightly colored buildings, old fashioned main street, and their botanical garden just minutes away.  We had great intentions of just walking around the street exploring all it had to offer but Texas weather can put a damper on plans (sometimes literally).  We first had scheduled a session at the end of May before the torrential rains interfered and on the day we reschedule for, it was one of the warmest days we've had yet.  Let me tell you, Adam and Sara are troopers because it was hot, even at 830am!  

Their outfits, coordinating teals and pinks, were inspired by Emery's beautiful dress.  She really is one of the best dressed preschoolers around.

 

The Grapevine Vintage Railroad (which is operable for tourism only) is a fun place to take kids for photos. Not only does it keep the them entertained but there is no shortage of neat textures, cool backdrops, and parked railroad cars to climb on.  

Emery, who was feeling a bit shy prior was starting to warm up and the little diva in her started to come out again.  I just can't get enough of this sweet face!

Parker was a typical toddler and couldn't care less about the lady with the camera.  So many things to explore!  I still love the images I captured, those eyes!

As our session came to an end, we went to the Grapevine Botanical Gardens to take play around the paths and check out the fish which Parker loved!

It was so fun seeing this family again.  Thank you Green Family for letting me go 'splorin' with you.  I look forward to our next adventure!






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