Newborn Photographs at home featuring Baby O

Little Miss O was born on July 22nd to the most loving parents and into a wonderful family. Phoebe their pup is loving her so much and is already a great guardian. <3


You might recognize this family from one of their two maternity sessions here and here. Remember the stunning momma in stilettos? Yep, they welcomed their baby girl! They’re my friends from school, who I travelled to Iceland with, and whom I’ve gotten to watch grow their family over the last couple years. It’s always such a joy photographing friends and capturing their special moments and milestones. 

I always do newborn sessions at my clients home, which is where this one took place. Derrin and Matt wanted to take some family photos, so I suggested the nursery as a backdrop since it is so beautiful and definitely something they’ll want to document. The light from the two windows was so soft and beautiful that day and made for awesome family portraits!






Isn’t this nursery to die for? The soft pinks, gray walls, florals, and that wall of frames! So beautiful!!

Although I could have photographed in the nursery all day, I had already set up a mini studio downstairs, so we brought Baby O down for her first portrait session! With mom’s help, we chose grays and pinks that would match the nursery. She did so well for the entire session, sleeping the entire time. <3



Some of the first things I noticed about her were her long eye lashes and that adorable little cowlick! What a cutie!



I love when I capture a good yawn! They’re the best!


For one of the last sets we did, we wanted to incorporate some of the flowers we used in Derrin’s handmade flower crown from her maternity session. I think it came out so sweet!


Washington Crossings Maternity Session 1


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