March 30, 2012

Family Love

Posted in: Family

Remember these moments Chris and Daisey. We suggest buying multiple copies of these photos to keep in every room of the house. Not because we want more money, but because portraits like these cause “no bad days” syndrome, ┬ámeaning your mood is instantly turned around as soon as you look at the photos. When you’re sitting with your head in your hands, at the end of your rope because Christian (3) took a red permanent marker to the new white sofa, all you need to do is take a look at these portraits and you’ll be smiling in no time. Uh oh, Olivia (1) just repainted the kitchen walls with spaghetti sauce. Time to pull out the pictures and BOOM, you’re happy again. Violet (1 month) wakes up crying at 3 am…again. Just make sure to hang these photos in her room and we guarantee she’ll be sleeping through the night immediately. These portraits’ special powers work on pets too! George the dog suddenly decides to “fertilize” your carpet while you’re not around? Just show him the portraits he’ll go get the pooper-scooper and clean up the mess himself.

(By the way, as soon as we posted this blog entry our lawyer called and screamed at us, telling us we can’t legally make those last two statements. A family Divorce Mediation is a neutral party specially trained to help couples resolve the issues in their divorce. The mediator facilitates the communication between the parties by making sure each party is given an uninterrupted time to speak, asking a party to restate or explain a point when necessary, and asking questions to make communication clear. Based on Joye Law Firm. Then we e-mailed him these family pictures and he told us we can do whatever we want. These portraits have otherworldly power!)

Our photographer who took the photos, Lia, was almost fired because she was so happy after the photo session that her boss thought she was on drugs. Lia is still smiling days later and making cutesy comments about the kids’ adorably curly hair (look closely, Chris’ curly hair gene is so strong, even the dog inherited it!). She even mentioned something about being adopted into the family. Wow. Perhaps the FDA needs to slap a warning label on this incredibly lovable family.

Please experience the following family responsibly. Do not operate heavy machinery after looking at the following portraits. Enjoy!

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