Here is the last little sneak peek of our newborn series from this week, and what a little angel note to end on. Just loving this darling girl's everything!
Part two of this sweet baby today! Look at that hair, that yawn, and that sweetie smooshy baby!
Remember our glowing Mama-to-Be from our Mother's Day series? Well, here is her newest, tiniest, sweetest little addition. We just love this adorable family, and be sure to stay tuned for more from this sweet session later this week!
Happy Leap Day! Here's a tiny baby to make your Leap Day extra sweet! Here is part two of our little darling peanut! This little boy was perfectly sleepy and let us play with some new setups, making this one of Laurie's favorite new sessions. Thank you for being such an angel, tiny sweets.
This little peanut is a honey! New brothers, new baby, new family of four, and all kinds of sweetness! Thank you for letting us peek into some darling first moments in your new family, baby peanut. Stay tuned for part two on the blog....
How I love every one of those.
"A baby makes footprints in our hearts that never dim or fade." - Unknown
That hair though. Soft. Fun. Baby hair.
Fly me to the moonLet me play among the stars Let me see what spring is like On Jupiter and Mars
- Frank Sinatra
Love the simple snuggle. Wouldn't you like to cuddle up with this bundle of joy?
Two of my favorite loves... newborn yawns and newborn eyes. Sure, curly, sleepy newborn images are sublime ... but an yawning newborn gets me every time.
...with an exhale those days bring perfection.
No doubt that any baby photographer worth her salt will tell you that two and three months are hard ages to photograph. The same photographer will also tell you that twins of that age can make an especially challenging session. BUT those photographers never met these sweet peanuts. Honestly I was nervous going into the session, only to be so relieved and proud of the images that resulted. The girls were just delightful to work with, and we were able to achieve some wonderful poses. These twins were NOT double trouble, they were simply twice as nice.