I was so excited to have Baby M in the studio after having captured her big sister just over a year before as a newborn. While I have to say these girls are nearly twins as far as newborns go, their personalities are like night and day. Baby M was much more feisty than her big sister but I managed to capture her in spire of her putting me through my paces. Seeing families come back from one sibling to the next is why I love being a newborn photographer.
I had so much fun working with these adorable little ones. While not the smiliest bunch, they certainly were delightfully energetic <3 I cannot wait until next year’s holiday mini sessions.
Sweet baby Karrah was an absolute delight to work with and so contented for her newborn photography session.
This adorable little knit dolly is probably one of my favorite lovies to include in a newborn girl’s photography session. Made by none other than the exceptionally talented SweetiePea Boutique
While admittedly much of the session we strive for calm content and sleepy little newborn babes, I absolutely love capturing these wide eye awake images too.
Baby Sahana was an absolute dream to work with and just as beautiful as her mama, whom I had the fortune of photographing just a few weeks earlier. It really is such a joy to be able to do what I love and bring newborn photography to families throughout the Sacramento region.
It isn’t often that I take family sessions, I generally almost always offer them exclusively to past clients or on a referral basis, but when my local babywearing group reached out to local vendors for raffle donations to help a fellow babywearer in her hour of grief at the loss of her son to pediatric cancer, I knew I couldn’t say no. And while the reason for the session was tragic, I am glad that it allowed me to help a fellow mother and to work with this adorable family.
This session is in honor of Baby Ben, gone but never forgotten #benstrong
For those of you who are interested, you are welcome to make a donation in honor of Ben to the Childhood Cancer Research Fund