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I read the title of the post and saw it was an engagement session and I said "shit!". Then I read your intro and saw you were attempting to focus on moments and I said "YES!". Then I saw your first photo and said, "YESSS!".
I think you did a 'nice' job on the photos, but there werent really any moments. The large majority of the shots were camera aware....which is fine if that is your brand/how you shoot. But I think that's a decision you have to make and drive toward really perfecting it. If you really like the idea of moments then I would definitely try to build a session around 'verbs'. Give them something to do...or, make them come up with things to do that are natural to them. Doug Treiber does a really nice job of this.
As for what you presented, there is nothing that really stands out to me. They are nice, clean photos of seemingly nice people. The danger of this is that a lot of photographers can do this exact same session. What makes you different?