My first ever official family shot was a complete joy. I hear that having young sprogs is a whirlwind and it's easy to miss things, so having a lush set of photos of a family hanging out in their natural habitat is a valuable commodity, particularly when looking back in ones senior years of slippers and crosswords. 

The pics below are just that - a family, being a family. Not dressed in uncomfortable clothes which make hours pretending to smile even less genuine, but dressed and behaving as they would if I wasn't there with my camera: pen on their knees, eating mud, playing the tambourine with a wooden spoon. 


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