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April 22, 2018

A Nashville Centennial Park Family Session
Fedor Family

This family is one of my favs! I’ve known Diane for quite some time now (12 years to be exact!) and I just love being around her. She has “that personality” that makes you smile and laugh hysterically no matter your mood. Being around her and her sweet family is always such a joy.

Spring photos at Nashville’s Centennial Park is starting to become a tradition with the Fedor family, which I LOVE! When the weather turns and the tulips pop up the park’s grounds are covered with people. You can enjoy flying kites, reading a book, napping, exercise and listening to music at muscian’s corner at Centennial Park during the Spring and Summer. I know it’s one of our family’s favorite hang out spots. We strap glow sticks to the kids and as the sun goes down we can watch them running all over the big lawn. SO MUCH FUN!

Diane and Glen were troopers on this day. They had a jam packed day and allowed me to end it with a few family photos! As exhausted as they were when we finished our session they walked across the park to hang out for a bit. They got to witness Samuel having an epic breakdown as his kite got stuck in a tree. To say he was sad and upset is an understatement. (Insert hands covering face emoji). “His life almost ended,” as he puts it. Samuel’s just a tad dramatic. HA! I hope you enjoy this sweet session and get a feel for Gav’s personality. He is truly a cutie patootie!

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