"L" IS FOR...

When I started trying to write this blog about the Robbie family I couldn’t figure out how to put into words how beautiful the quiet connection between them all is.

And then I realized that I don’t need to - it comes through loud and clear.

Mother looking down at her son as he sits in the car seat and reaches his hand up to grasp her shirt, black and white
Mother and son smooshing their noses together as they wait to be helped at the ice cream shop, Denver, Colorado, color
Father helping his son out of the tree as he goes in to give him a big kiss, Washington Park, Denver, Colorado, color
Little boy holding on to his mother's hand and smiling with joy, Pearl Street Farmer's Market, Denver, Colorado, black and white

The oldest boy, Collin, is just so completely, wonderfully, hilariously, and perfectly a KID.

Little boy sitting on a bouncy toy in Washington Park, sticking his tongue out as dad smiles on, Denver, Colorado, color
Little boy with ice cream all over his face, trying to lick it off, Denver, Colorado, color
Family is sitting on a bench while mother tries to feed her son who doesn't want to eat what she's giving him, Pearl Street Farmer's Market, Denver, CO

And the youngest, Landon, although only one, is already showing his personality: easy-going, happy, and with a smile sweet as honey. 

Father putting his baby boy in a tree while his older son is placed in the tree behind him, Washington Park, Denver, CO
Baby boy holding ice cream cone while his dad takes a big bite, Denver, CO, black and white
Mother holds her son while he plays with her phone and dad puts son on his shoulders in the background, Pearl Street Farmer's Market, Denver, CO, color

Thanks so much to Leslie, Christian, Collin, and Landon for letting me spend some time with one of the loveliest families I’ve ever met. I enjoyed it more than words can say.