Waiting for Baby BAL {College Station Family Photographer}

Well if you know me and my husband, you know that we’re always glad for an excuse to go to College Station! So when Sarah and her husband Brian asked me if I would meet them there to do their maternity pics I said YES OF COURSE! We LOVE Aggieland and it’s so full of memories for my husband who is an Aggie as well as for me too because it’s where we spent our first year of marriage. It’s a special place for the Langhoff’s too.Brian is an Aggie and was actually in a bible study that my husband led on campus. Sarah grew up in College Station but went to Baylor so they dated long distance for most of college. I met them when Daniel and I started dating it’s been SO FUN to see them go from getting engaged to married (although we missed the wedding because Daniel misread the invite and assumed it was in College Station when it was actually in Waco…. big oops!!) to having their first baby! We decided to start the session at this cute park that was really special to them. They had their first date, their first kiss and first I Love You’s all at this park. And if I remember correctly, Brian was going to propose there too but it was POURING DOWN RAIN so they went with plan B that was at an indoor location. It was HOT but we couldn’t complain because it definitely could have been hotter! I think the temp was 94 that day and we were thankful for the 10 degree difference from the day or 2 before. Sarah and Brian, I’m so excited for you two. Baby BAL is one lucky kiddo to have 2 wonderful parents like you. Thank you so much for asking me to take these photos of the 3 of you! Can’t wait to hear the news that He/She has arrived!!!

Sarah - July 19, 2011 - 10:30 pm

You did such a GREAT job, Courtney!! Thank you so so so so much! I think the one with Abbey in the front yard is my favorite, but it’s definitely hard to choose 😀

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