Before even meeting Meghan and Lee I had a feeling we would click well. We had emailed back and forth quite a bit, and following along with them on social media was so fun! Lee has three little guys that are just as cute as can be, so when Meghan said they wanted to include them in their engagement session, I was all for it. That was when I knew just how special this couple was going to be, Meghan and Lee value their family above all else and you can certainly see that those boys adore Meghan. She fits in perfectly with their family and compliments Lee in the best way.

When we met for their session in Chapel Hill, we started with the whole family, knowing that the boys may not last through the whole thing. They were champs! They smiled really big and were so excited when I let them each take a picture themselves. They then headed off with their grandma to the planetarium and Meghan, Lee and I headed out around the arboretum. Lee was a student there, so he told us all about his college days, and what it was like to be a manager at the infamous He’s Not Here! Meghan grinned and you could tell she loved listening to all of Lee’s college stories. They told me all about how they met and how they are now re-building a home that they will all live in after their wedding. Listening to them talk about their future plans and all the things they are doing to prepare for their wedding, life and family was so fun. These two have a killer team of support behind them and their love for each other and their families is so evident.

Meghan and Lee, I loved every minute of getting to know y’all and your sweet family, I can’t wait for your wedding!

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