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Back Bay Newborn love| Boston Baby Photographer

Back Bay Newborn love| Boston Baby Photographer

Before I became a photographer, I had this notion that I wanted to be a nurse.  I have an old drawing I did when I was a little girl that says, “I want to be a nurse when I grew up so I can help people.”  And after I became a mom, I thought quite seriously about pursuing a career as a labor & delivery or a postpartum nurse.  Like many others, my experiences with the nurses before, during, and after the delivery of my three children were, quite simply, amazing. These women play such an important role at a most vulnerable time in our lives.  It feels like our birth stories aren’t complete without the mention of the wonderful nurses at our side throughout.  For as long as I can remember, I have longed to have a career that was (more…)

rainbow after the storm | westwood newborn photographer

rainbow after the storm | westwood newborn photographer

As far as the world can tell, Ezra Jack is the fourth child in this beautiful, warm and loving family.  But what is not apparent from appearances alone, is that he is technically the fifth baby in this family.  Ezra is a “rainbow baby” — a baby that is born following a miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death or infant loss.  Like all the newborns I photograph, he is sweet and adorable and amazing, but

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a musical beginning | boston area newborn photographer

a musical beginning | boston area newborn photographer

Singing has always been a big part of my life. When I was little, I loved to sing all the time. I can remember waiting for my favorite songs to come on the radio so I could record them onto a cassette tape.  Then I would play them over and over again until I had the words memorized.  I’m sure I drove my family crazy with my constant singing!  Later on, in college, I sang in an all female a cappella group. I spent so much time with this group of girls that they became some of my closest friends… more like sisters.  Many of my favorite memories from college are (more…)