My first twins newborn session, and it was with my little nephews, Braydon and Bentley! As it turned out, they were having a really rough morning and had a really rough night the night before. One of the upsides of having the newborn session before 2 weeks is up is they usually don’t have that schedule change until after 2 weeks, but we worked it out at their session anyway. It just took a couple of tries and switches before we really got going, but once we got started it was a breeze!
Who remembers little Ollie?
A couple months before he was born, I met his mom (Chandly), his dad (Jake), and his big sister (Elise) in Haltom City for a studio-style maternity Origins session. She had actually won my 2011 Baby Bump Contest and the grand prize of a maternity Origins session AND a newborn Origins session when Ollie was born.
I have gotten so behind in keeping the blog current. Vivianna has already had her 3 month and 6 month baby sessions, and I am just now posting part 2 of her newborn session! Good things come to those who wait, right?
Ollie is 4 weeks today! I can’t believe it! This guy was a champ once we got him to sleep at his newborn session!
Wow, what a long day! As you may recall, Chandly won the Baby Bump Contest last fall. I just previewed her maternity session last week, and here is the sneak peek of the newborn session with sweetie, Ollie. Ah, the magic of a fresh 9 days old!
It took a little coaxing, but we got him to pass out. From then on, it was awesome! The last setup we did rocked, but you’ll have to wait to see that. For now, this will have to do.
If you or someone you know is expecting and is interested in maternity or newborn photography, contact me using the contact form or send me an email. The first weeks are so important! For more information on when to have a newborn session, read this blog post.
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