Molly came with her lovely parents (whose wedding I photographed a couple of years ago), a big bunch of balloons and of course a tutu, for her second set of baby portraits. Molly is already on the move but was very obliging and sat still with the balloons for a little while. Once she’d got the measure of what was up she was off, showing off her crawling skills for the camera.
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I know, I know. I’ve been awful at blogging since Isabella was born. OK, so I do kinda have an excuse – babies take up more time than you knew you had. She is sat on my lap right now just about to demand something or other. However I do have to admit to being darn lazy in this department. I have the photos but just haven’t posted them yet, there is always something else to do. And she grows so quickly that as soon as I have taken and edited a set of photos, it’s time to start again.
I won’t bore you with hundreds of photos, but here are a just a few of my favourites so far. Already looking back I can’t believe how much she’s changed. Photos are so important. My Mum said that you look at your baby every day, and they always look the same. Then, one day you wake up and they’re 18. It’s so true.
Some are snapshots taken on a phone, others are taken on my professional camera. All are very precious memories (WARNING: becoming a Mum makes you soppy).
I will blog again soon, honest! I have weddings, engagements and portraits to share. Watch this space!
I’m very proud to announce the arrival of my daughter! Isabella Dora was born on Thursday 17th March at 6.52am weighing 8lb 5oz.
She is a little sweetie! She’s keeping us on our toes and can be quite demanding but she is totally worth it. She’s asleep beside me now.
More photos to follow when I get a chance – it might be some time!
How cute is Sam?! He came in with his yummy mummy for the first of his ‘Watch them Grow’ baby portrait sessions a little while ago and made a fine model!
I’m getting lots of practice with babies recently, and my little girl is due in just under 3 weeks, eek! I’m excited but still can’t quite imagine actually having a baby, despite my huge bump.
I’ll be on maternity leave until June but if you’re expecting a baby (or if a friend is – it’s a fab and unusual present) and are interested in the ‘Watch them Grow’ scheme please give me a call. It includes three mini portrait sessions for your baby during their first year, or you can swap a session for some bump portraits if you prefer. You then have a lovely collection of images as a keepsake of those precious and all too fleeting moments!
Now that I have a little studio at Newby Hall, I am photographing more and more cute babies. Francis was a little star, he’s a very happy little chap and was quite prepared to be photographed! This is the first of his ‘Watch Them Grow’ sessions – in this scheme babies are photographed when they are a month or two old, then again at about 7 months when they can sit up, and lastly when they are around a year old. It’s great for me getting to know the babies and seeing how much they change, and Mum and Dad get a lasting reminder of their babies first year.
For more information please visit my portrait website.