Sneak Peek: Liebenstein Family {PORTRAITS OF LOVE}

Each of these sessions is an honor to do. Jamie and Jacob came today to get their picture taken to send to their soldier, who is currently fighting for our country in Afghanistan. On a day that celebrates all that our unsung military heroes do for our country, I had the pleasure of photographing a proud wife and adorable little son of one of our bravest!

Jamie, I hope your solider is home quickly and safely!

Be sure to leave some love for the Liebenstein Family (add a comment below) to help them win a free 8×10!

If you are interested in booking a session with Mandi McDougall Photography, e-mail me at info@mandimcdougallphotography.com. If you are a friend of the Liebenstein Family’s and mention that when you book, you receive a $20 print credit.

jerry neevel - Jamie, Your strong spirit and love for your son are so evident in these beautiful pictures. We continue to admire your willingness to raise your child while your husband honors the United States of America with his service.
We are so very proud of you as a mom and wife. We hope you win the free portrait because of what you give to America. You give your husband the perfect gift of total support so that he can serve our Country.
Thank You, Love
nana and papaNovember 12, 2010 – 1:11 pm

Charlotte Thompson - Oh, how your special Soldier must miss you! He will be thrilled with these awesome pictures… A beautiful Mom and Wife! A handsome little boy! God bless and keep you all. Special prayers are being whispered with deep gratitude for your Soldier and your family. Love from a two Soldier FamilyNovember 16, 2010 – 9:22 pm

Brian Liebenstein - Hang in there. Don’t know if your husband is part of a large group of Liebensteins from the midwest whose ancestors included a Phillip and Conrad, among others. If so, we might be third or fourth cousins. Here’s praying everyone returns safely to Fort Lewis if that is where you’re stationed. If I can still judge photo feelings after a slight break from taking photos for a couple of newspapers for more than a decade, I am confident Ms. Mandie captured your little fellow’s love of his Daddy rather well. Your soldier will undoubtedly be proud to get these. – Brian Liebenstein of Tigard, ORMarch 23, 2011 – 10:41 pm

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