I had the pleasure of meeting Alma, just four weeks old, back in October. Her parents were still glassy-eyed in love with their first child, a feeling that never goes away, right?
Read on to hear about why there is no “must-do” pressure when it comes to timing a newborn photo session and to meet some of Alma’s furry siblings.
Newton Newborn Photographer
Alma’s parents were concerned that they’d been – understandably! – busy planning for Alma’s arrival and were a little late in scheduling a session that would capture Alma as a newborn. And, as anyone with a new baby knows, trying to get anything accomplished during the first few weeks after a birth is nearly impossible.
Never fear. I’m here. Camera in hand.
Alma was 4 weeks old when we connected and she was already changing and growing by the moment. Isn’t she beautiful?
Alma’s parents were so full of joy, of course. What a happy and loving home! As a photographer, I appreciated the brightness and light that filled every room. The same light was evident in each person – and pet – that resides there.
Alma, join the family! (a fur family, that is!) Aren’t her pet siblings adorable? Chloe is the white dog. Buckley is the larger one. They were so sweet during the photo session. The photo of Alma and Chloe almost kissing is priceless. Maybe this family will be able to snag photos of them doing it again as Alma grows? Adorable.
Did you just welcome a new baby? Or, do you know someone who did? Yes, you’re overwhelmed and exhausted. Don’t overthink when and how to have images of your new baby taken. Day 5, Week 2, Day 57. Any day is perfect, and with a photographer who understands how to make the process simple and beautiful at once, you’re in good hands. And you’ll love the outcome.
Cara Soulia is a Newton Newborn Photographer who loves capturing the early days of a new addition. Get in touch to find out about scheduling a Newborn Session in 2020.