The Garces' are a family that we have grown close to in the few months that we've known them.

As one of my first clients, their daughter has grown as one of my favorite subjects. She's definitely a character, but more so a force to be reckoned. 

As their time in Japan comes to an end, we went on our last lunch, and even though we would've killed for one last taco adventure we had to settle for some Indian curry, loads of cheese naan and some rice because our favorite taco place was closed.

So here are some of the pictures I took of this lovely family on our last escapade.

Isabella, being the very independent little girl she is, wanted her dad to teach her how to tie her shoes.

Isabella, being the very independent little girl she is, wanted her dad to teach her how to tie her shoes.

We took a little break after lunch as mom and dad bought souvenirs and I took Isabella to the 'bike shop' on base and I regret not taking my camera with me, because little miss lady got on a bike and she did not want to leave after having so much fun.

So to end the blog post I leave you with the crying toddler. I'll miss you guys so much! 

Safe travels and success in your futures! See you soon. :)

I feel you, kiddo, I feel you in so many levels.

I feel you, kiddo, I feel you in so many levels.