I love my job. I get to cuddle babies, soak in their sweetness, and then give them back to the parents. Earlier this week I got to get my baby cuddles on in double. Twins are so special, and I love capturing the bond between them, and the comfort they take in each other. These two sweet girls were just about 5 weeks old when they came to my studio, and we managed to capture some great memories for mom and dad.
Enjoy your sneak peek…
Little Miss S was supposed to be a May baby. Mom and I had discussed our sessions times, and I had ordered some cute rompers from Italy for the session. But baby S had other ideas. And April is such a nice month, with all the spring flowers, and cherry blossoms.
Although she took a while to settle down, once she drifted off to sleep she was a sweetheart to pose. Here is just a sneak peek of her session.
When I was younger I always wanted twins… there is just something magical about their connection. Now that I’m older and I have my two boys, who were 2 years apart, I love capturing the special bond between these little ones. They spent 9 months together, growing, being, and it’s so amazing to see how they react to each other outside the womb.
This sweet couple contacted me in the summer to book their maternity session for September. They knew that they wanted an outdoor session, and Deer Lake Park was the perfect choice with the variety of backdrops within easy walking distance. We had a great time strolling down the paths, and along the boardwalk, and I could tell that this couple were made for each other. They always had smiles on their faces.
She is just so stunning.
And then, at the start of November, exactly on her due date, little Mister N decided to show up. Full of a dark head of hair, 10 fingers, 10 toes and the perfect little mouth, baby N was a dream to photograph. He slept the entire time, and saved all his pee for after the session.
What a cutie. Enjoy your sneak peek!
I had the pleasure of photographing little Miss A last week for her newborn session when she was just 9 days old. I honestly think I might have the best job in the world, because not much compares to snuggling adorable little babies, like Miss A, capturing their smallness, their uniqueness and then getting to hand them back to their parents. I love the little yawns, the little smiles, and all the love that I can see in the parents eyes when they bring their baby to me.
Please enjoy your teasers…
I won’t lie… I love newborn sessions best when they are done in the first two weeks after birth. This is when babies tend to sleep the most, and are the squishiest, and usually have great skin. Miss A came to my studio a little after the ideal time, but honestly, I would have never known. She slept all the way through the session — even with my different bowls, buckets and stool props. She was a dream, and I love the images that we captured of her newness.
Can’t forget some pictures with her parents…
Little Miss E took her time getting here… our newborn session was planned out for the week prior, and yet, still no baby. She may have taken her time coming into the world, but she has lost no time in capturing the hearts of those around her.
Miss E made me work to get her to sleep, but once she was off into dreamland I was able to get her into many different poses and props. I am sure that some of the set ups were surprise for her mom and dad as well, since they were also able to catch up on their zzzzz’s during the session. I love it when the parents feel comfortable enough to fall asleep during the session and catch up on some much needed rest.
Enjoy Miss E’s sneak peek!
This sweet little girl came into the world at the start of February. Her parents and older sister had been waiting for this day eagerly, and it was quite the celebration when she arrived. Since they have opted for the Baby’s First Year package, I am looking forward to watching this little girl grow over the year.
Our session was so smooth… she slept like a dream, and snuggled in with her big sister for some great poses.
Here are some images from our newborn session: