Family photo fun time with an international blended family of six #Family portraits#international#multi-racial family#outdoors#Step-parents#teens#tweens Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Sep 27 2013) Offbeat Editors Photos by: Justine Johnson Photography All photos by Justine Johnson Photography. This set of photos from Maine-based Justine Johnson Photography celebrates a blended family of AWESOME: Manya and Brian live in Kenya with their four kiddos. These two were both divorced when they met, and happily joined her two daughters and his two sons together. When the six of them were altogether visiting grandparents in Maine last summer they decided to round up the gang for photos — and here's what they came away with: All the bright colors in this make me want suuuuuuummer! High five for the mid-laugh shot! Love this! Related Post Rewind to autumn with this Canadian engagement-meets-family-meets-maternity session Not so long ago, temperatures were significantly warmer in much of the Northern hemisphere. Like, warm enough to wear a dress WITHOUT A COAT, if... Read more Always down for a good Abbey Road reference. This family has me cheesing! You can see more from our family portrait session archives here — and don't forget to send us your own snaps! PREVIOUS Emma & Kevin: From day-of-fun elopement to life-of-fun with a chihuahua NEXT Where can I find children's books about LGBT adoptive families? Show/Hide comments [ 6 ] This family is TOO adorable! I love these pictures! This is the same Manya who writes the incredible posts on A Practical Wedding, right? I love this photoshoot, all the bright colors are fantastic! I actually have no idea! No one mentioned that to me when this was submitted. HMM! Sure looks like it! http://apracticalwedding.com/2012/10/growing-old-together-health-and-aging/ Yes, it's the same Manya! What an honor to be recognized over here. This really made my day. Thanks guys! Greetings, My name is Ryan Porter and I work as a Researcher for the Steve Harvey show on NBC here in Chicago. We are looking for blended families to discuss their conflicts for a segment we are taping on 4/30—Conflicts meaning stepchildren maybe not meshing well together with stepparents etc…Please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you may be interested. Thanks for your time and I hope to hear from you soon! Comments are closed.