South Windsor Edition

The Neiberg Family

It’s amazing how things, places and activities tie people together. Sharon and I met at a dance school here in South Windsor. When she asked me to do her #frontstepsproject session, I was thankful that she chose to embrace this project and it gave us a chance to reconnect!

Please tell us how this time has affected you and your family either in a positive and/or negative manner?

We’ve had to cancel trips and miss our friends and family terribly, but our girls have bonded so much more without all the running to activities and we have loved every second of having our new puppy with us!

What is one of your favorite memories or stories that happened during this time which includes your family and/or friends?

We traveled to New York to pick up the puppy, which completed our family! It was tricky navigating the ferry and drive with two kids and a puppy in quarantine and an experience we will never forget!

What are some of the things that your family has done to cope with the new way of life? IE: school, work, family time etc.

We have perfected our challah baking skills, played never-ending game of rummikub, become much closer with our neighbors and of course tons of FaceTime and zoom!

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Connecticut Based Professional Photographer with a studio located in South Windsor. Services offered are professional portraiture, event photography, high school senior photography, college senior photography and elderly portraiture. Don't forget about the pets too! We love them all but draw the lines at spiders!

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