Cara Soulia is a newborn photographer and a mom, who understands how wonderful it is to NOT leave your house for beautiful and authentic photos of your family!
As a Needham Newborn Photographer, I photograph babies all year long, but there is nothing as special as the in-home newborn sessions that occur in the winter and early spring. Just recently, when meeting this sweet Needham family, I was reminded of *my* happy place as a mom: the toasty, snuggly, seemingly perfect chilly days at home with a new baby.
The world slows down when a newborn is cradled in your arms. But, as any mother will tell you, it speeds up soon. Boston Newborn Photographer Cara Soulia captures the earliest days with Cyrus and his loving family.
Is there anything better than heading into the holiday season with your first Boston Winter Newborn? Welcoming a baby during the colder months can be so lovely. The snuggle months. The nesting months. Whether you like the cold or not, it’s hard to deny the glow that comes with the first snow and holiday glow of the holiday season in Boston.
This is the time of year when I pinch myself almost every day. As a Wellesley Newborn Photographer, I can’t believe how lucky I am to meet so many families when they’re experiencing one of life’s greatest joys: Welcoming a new baby.
Needham Newborn and Family Photographer Cara Soulia can’t prove it using her math degree, but after the busiest summer ever, she’s pretty sure we’re in the midst of a baby boom. Read on to learn how to make your newborn photo session unforgettable.
Less than three months between this couple’s Boston Maternity Photography and Boston Newborn Photography sessions. And in just that short amount of time, everything changed for this new family forever.
Any mother will tell you that pregnancy feels slow and like it’s going on fooooorrreeevver. When will that baby come, already? But when it’s over, it seems like eons ago. Make the effort to capture those moments so you’ll always have a visual reminder of the days before your child’s birth.
Welcome, Graham. You are home.
And you are safe. Your big brother Monty is making sure of it.
Maybe it’s the new year or maybe it’s the realities facing us in 2021, but I see – and feel – a lot more than usual when I reflect on the moment I captured this image in this Dad’s home office. I see Presence.