Whether you’re taking it easy to get ready for a new baby or rushing non-stop to prepare, the anticipation that comes before a new arrival is different – yet special and unique – for everyone. See how Boston Family Portrait Photographer Cara Soulia helped this soon-to-be mother capture the beauty of her pregnancy in a private and personal maternity session.
Valentine’s Day 2022. To prepare for this post, I went into my files to find images that evoked love. Do you know what I found? They all do.
Boston-area newborn and family photographer Cara Soulia unveils an all-new CaraSoulia.com and reflects on ten years helping families capture life’s milestones. Learn more at www.carasoulia.com.
Love this recent Needham Newborn Photo Session, but I have to tell you… it’s about the big brothers. The brothers steal the show. What a great time I had meeting this lovely family of now three beautiful boys!
Reminiscing about what it was like being pregnant with a baby or about the day a child was born is a conversation that happens time and time again in so many families. Maybe you’ve had it with your grandmother or your parents? I know I have. I was born on December 20th, which was actually a week past my expected due date. My mother loves to tell me how
I was simply thrilled to hear from one of my West Roxbury clients a few months ago that she was due with Baby Number 3 in a few months. I am amazed at how far they have come since we met just over three years ago. Read on to find out why.
If you follow this blog regularly, you’re well-aware that I spend a significant amount of my professional time photographing newborns and families in the Boston area. I strive to be a fun family Boston photographer, and sometimes, thanks to an extra family member tagging along, it’s pretty hard for me to fail.
I feel your panic.
The holidays are barely two weeks away and you’re scrambling for meaningful gifts for your loved ones. And I’m not talking gives for the kids. They’re probably letting you know exactly what they’re hoping for, right?
Halloween is one of the most fantastic, creative, and (if you ask my kids) exciting days of the year. When it comes to making Halloween costumes, my family gets its hands dirty. Some feel like artistic accomplishments, which is quite an achievement considering our busy life. But, we love it.
Don’t worry, this post isn’t filled with the standard cliches about “the days being long but the years are short.” However, when my oldest turned 13 and my youngest hit preschool the metal pan hit me *smack* on the head. Hard. The cliches – no matter how boring – are correct. Time is flying, and my kids are changing nonstop. So are yours.