After this light and airy in-home newborn session I’m convinced I need to try for another baby! Why? Just look at how adorable this nursery turned out! Heather (mom) painted the beautiful mountain mural and I’m truly obsessed! So many cute details to welcome home baby Eli!
In my defense, I adore my baby girl, and her nursery is STILL not ready… But maybe for baby number 2 I can pull it together, right? I also never got to do an in-home session, but that’s on my radar for sometime this year!
A light an airy in-home newborn session is the perfect way to capture the baby room you brought you little bundle of joy home to. And if you have furry babies, they get to be in the pictures too! Unless they are my two horrible cats. They absolutely refuse to be part of any family photos haha!
Baby E came a week LATE, and because of that I was traveling during the scheduled session date we had planned on. But he was the perfect baby for his session, and it was so cute to look into his eyes! When I used to do studio/posed newborn sessions, babies always had to be under 12 days to get the super sleepy shots, but with lifestyle sessions it’s not as strict. It’s also not as long. The in-studio/posed sessions could take up to 4 hours, whereas the lifestyle sessions are about an hour long. Especially after having my daughter I realized my preference was definitely lifestyle sessions!
If you want to book an in-home session for your family definitely reach out! Otherwise, I still have my photo permit to shoot at the Arboretum and it’s looking FABULOUS there! My clients get in for free!
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