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I am sooooo lucky! A few days after my best friend was in my Red Deer Newborn Studio for her son's baby photos, my cousin traveled to Red Deer from Valleyview, Alberta to have her gorgeous new daughter's photos taken by me! I give her huge props as that is a LONG drive to take with a newborn baby.
This session was a first for me because it was the first time (other than with my own daughter) that I was able to start a baby photo session at the exact time that baby was ready for it herself. I joked afterwards that I should offer a bed and breakfast newborn session where my clients spend the night at my house and then I whisk baby off to my studio once they are up and fed and baby is ready to fall asleep again.
Kayce flew through the majority of her session and just snoozed away until she was hungry and ready to eat again. After a quick feed we got back to work and finished off her session.
We ended the session with a quick photo of her and my daughter, Cecilia because Cecilia was just dying to have a photo with her new "cousin". It was pretty special. I know she is going to be such an amazing big sister when my 2nd daughter is born in May <3
Thank you, Amy & Dan for traveling to Red Deer, AB to have your beautiful baby girl photographed in my studio.
When you're a photographer who specializes in newborn and baby photos, it is even more exciting for you when your best friend has a baby.
Meet Calder Frank. Born October 10, 2017. His family, very, very good friends of mine, traveled to Red Deer a few days after his birth for his very first newborn photo session. He was a complete delight to photograph in my Red Deer photo studio
Calder was born with club foot, which has now been surgically correcting (a series of casting over the course of several weeks, followed by a tenotomy, where his heel cord was clipped) and now he wears a cute little pair of booties with a bar in between then to keep his foot in the correct position. He'll wear the boots and bar for the next 4 years. He was very responsive to the procedures and his parents are hopeful there will not be any setbacks.
Calder's mama wanted to be sure I captured the newness of his little foot before his treatment began and I was more than happy to oblige. There is not much sweeter than teeny, tiny baby feet and it was especially important to capture Calder's foot so his challenges will never be forgotten.
I hope you all have had a wonderful holiday season in beautiful Central Alberta (and anywhere else you may be reading from).
What is better than photographing one newborn baby in my Red Deer Photography Studio? It definitely has to be two babies!!! I love love love photographing twins! They are a whole new level of challenge and twice the cuddles! I first met their mama and papa a few years ago when they were pregnant with their oldest girl, Sophie. I met up with them at a farm down the road from my Grandparents' farm in Innisfail, AB to photograph their maternity photos. We had an amazing time. Shortly after, Sophie was born and they came to my in home photo studio for her newborn baby photos. Sophie was a dream to photograph and we once again had an amazing time. Fast forward through to a family session when Sophie was still an infant and then up to this past May when I photographed the three of them plus two more.
Melissa was just glowing and beyond beautiful in her Maternity photos. You'd hardly know she was just a week away from her schedule section date.
Not long after her session, on their schedule date, the twins made their grand entrance into this world. One beautiful baby girl and one handsome baby boy. Elizabeth and Forrester. Elizabeth looked/looks exactly like her big sister Sophie. I love photographing siblings of prior newborn clients as it is always so neat to see the resemblance.
Take a peek through a few of my favorite images from their session and let me know what you think in the comments! I'd love to hear from you!