Category Archives: newborn
This family and this story are so extremely beautiful. It is a story about loss and redemption in the biggest and most perfect way that only God himself could have written. I still get goosebumps when I think about how it all unfolded. It isn’t my story to tell but just know that their story makes this amazing session all that more perfect. There was so much love and emotion and energy bundled up in the couple hours that we spent together. It was truly magical.
Now, lets talk logistics… There are THREE newborns here. Triplets are no joke. I have photographed my fair share of twins but this was a first. And quite honestly I was equal parts excited and terrified.
After a few setbacks and reschedules, the day of the session finally arrived. About 5 seconds in their home and I was instantly at ease and knew that this session was going to be nothing short of perfection. With triplets, as you can imagine, someone always needed something. Mom and Dad were total troopers and laughed a lot. Which I loved. And honestly, what else can you do? Having three babies is pretty comical at times.
As the session progressed I just kept thinking what a privilege it was to capture the early days of this miraculous story. Watching the chaos and the laughter and the emotion unfold was so real and so beautiful. I kept giggling and telling the parents that while things might have seemed a little wild at times, this was going to be the easiest photo session they ever had with these three babies…I mean, can you imagine a 1-year session with triplets running in opposite directions?!?!?
If you are interested in a lifestyle newborn session with me, I would love to hear from you. Shoot me an email through the contact form here.
Gosh I love this family. I met them when we did big brother’s newborn session and I have photographed them several times since. With these two so close in age, it feels like I have seen them every few months over the past couple years (probably because I have!).
Mom was nervous about baby girl’s newborn session because her nursery was going to be basically the same setup as her big brothers nursery was (plus a little pink). I assured her that regardless of the room setup, the session would look and feel different because she now has a toddler in the mix. Big brother kept us on our toes. He wanted to play. And then he didn’t. And he definitely was not so sure about his new baby sister. And you know what? All of that is ok.
Life with two babies close in age is a little messy. It is definitely less than perfect. And it is hard. But it is also amazing and rewarding and SO full of love. I am thrilled that I was able to capture this sweet family during the early days as a family of four.
If you are interested in a lifestyle newborn session with me, you can send me an email through the contact form above.
Just like the last blog, this is another family that asked me to photograph their new baby in the hospital and also at home. I LOVE getting to do both of these sessions. Every time I do this for a family, they are always so surprised by how quickly a newborn changes. Before booking I am often asked if having both sessions done is too much, or overkill. “Won’t the baby be the same just in a different space?” I respond by assuring them that the sessions are both valuable and they will not regret doing both. And every single time, when I arrive at their home for the lifestyle session, the parents tell me how much baby has changed and how glad they are to have had both sessions.
A first 48 session is so unique and a time that you will always look back on as magical and sacred. With a lifestyle newborn session, the baby is a bit older and has begun to fill into themselves. The parents are starting to get into a routine and have gained some confidence. The two sessions are truly unique and such a nice compliment to one another.
For this family, I was capturing their first baby. Which is always SO special and such an honor. When I arrived at the hospital for their first 48 session, their daughter was only a few hours old. She had been born in the early morning hours and I arrived around lunch time. Y’all, mom looked AMAZING. I was floored. I did NOT look like that within hours of having any of my babies. Not. Even. Close.
When I arrived at their home a few weeks later, as I said before, baby had changed. Not only was I there to capture her changing, I was there to capture them as a family in the space that is most comfortable to them. There is nothing like being at home with your first born. I have such fond memories of those early days with my oldest. I had slowed down for the pace of my working career. I was getting into a parenting rhythm. I remember those lazy days of exhaustion and laundry and naps and figuring out nursing. I will never forget those moments in our first home.
If you are interested in a first 48 session or a newborn session (or both), please shoot me an email via the contact form above.