Montgomery Candid Family Photographer | Thomman Family
This is the Thomman family, some of the most fun and caring people I have ever gotten to work with! This sweet family contacted me recently to book a family session, and I could not have been more excited. Being a Montgomery Candid Family Photographer, I continuously meet amazing clients with amazing stories. And this is one of them.
Meet the Family
A wonderful family of four, the Thomman’s have service for others in their hearts. Dad is in the Army, and that in itself is amazing. Each day, he works hard to protect the lives of others around him. Mom is an assistant principal at an elementary school in College Station. She has a passion for educating little ones, which is also such a sacrifice for others. Eli, their sweet son has Cystic Fibrosis, but doesn’t let that get in his way at all. He continues to go through life with a happy-go-lucky attitude. And his sister, Samantha, is one of the sweetest and kind-hearted little souls I have ever met. The Thomman’s are such a selfless, beautiful family, and I am so honored to have been able to serve them by capturing sweet memories that they can cherish for a lifetime!
A Candid Session
Candid photography is my passion, as I love being able to capture raw, natural, beautiful emotions. This sweet family was perfect for this, because they are such amazing, fun people! They had no problem letting loose and getting “in the moment,” which makes for an exciting day for everyone involved. Mom and Dad seemed to thoroughly enjoy spending a day with their kiddos. Eli was filled with energy, laughing and giggling so much! Samantha was sweet as can be, and smiled such a beautiful smile when interacting with her family. Reading is very important to the Thomman’s, so I loved that the kids brought books along with them to read. The books they were holding gave a little bit of a personalized touch, because their names were in the titles. All in all, it was a beautiful day with beautiful clients, of course!
Working with this sweet family has given me a little more insight about what it means to be a servant for other people. I think we could all gain something from the Thomman’s in one way or another.
If you are interested in learning more about Cystic Fibrosis, please click here. http://cysticfibrosis.com I’m sure it would mean a ton to this family for others to be more aware on ways to help!