This sweet baby girl was such a good sleeper. She didn’t have quite as much hair as her big sister did as a newborn but she was just as cute and squishy. I love being able to compare photos I have taken of a family over the years. Take a look at the sibling pose we did with both E and her big sister C. I can’t believe how big they have gotten or how easy they were to work with. We were nearing the end of the family posing when mom showed me a photo from my website she liked so we threw it into the mix. I just happens to be one of my favorite shots from the whole session. The only problem is I cannot decide between color and black and white. Maybe you can help me decide?
Most of the newborns I photograph as a dracut newborn photographer are not this (ehem) full. That is probably because I aim to photograph newborns from 5-14 days old. This little guy, however, was already 1 month old when Mom contacted me. I was upfront when speaking with mom about the possible challenges of photographing a newborn this late in the game. Mom knew she didn’t want to miss out on capturing his newness so we booked a date asap. I felt very confident we would be able to capture something beautiful regardless of his co-operation.
Turns out the only challenge we would have was waking this sleepy boy up for the awake shots mom was hoping for. Every baby I have is different which is how I can come to have a 4 and a half week old baby boy completely shatter the 10 day rule. I just love him in this bucket with his sleepy little arm hanging down. I would have to say that my favorite shot is definitely the one of this little boy in his Mama’s arms. Is there anything better than that? Welcome to the world little man.
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