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Henry | 3 Month Session | Warminster, Pa
I can't believe it's already October and it was time to photograph our model Henry again for his three month session, wow does time fly!
This time he joined us at the studio which was decorated for autumn sessions with fun props like pumpkins and leaves. I also was able to try out my newest prop, a fluffy basket stuffer. (below)
I am totally in love with this fluffy thing, and the best part is I made it myself! Crazy, right? This time of year when the weather gets chilly, I get the crochet itch and just had to make something. I was thinking maybe a new blanket for a studio prop but once I saw this yarn in the random bagged yarn pile at the store, I just knew I had to give this basket stuffer a try. I had seen them used for newborn portraits before, but loved the idea of using it for Henry's 3 month session because the colors were just too perfect! I also knew we would have laying poses in the bucket, so it was the perfect opportunity to try it out.
Since I wasn't sure how he would feel about tummy poses (babies either love them, hate them, or love them for a moment then hate them) so we started with laying poses first, then once we had gotten those, we turned him around to show that he can lift his head now.
He was super cooperative and had lots of smiles for us, so we got through those poses quickly then switched him into his Halloween costume, a dragon!
The cutest little dragon ever! He wasn't thrilled about the hat, but finally accepted it when we moved him to a tummy pose so he could look around.
We wrapped up his three month session with his elephant, which will be joining him for all his sessions to show him growing.
Below is Henry with his elephant for his newborn session.
And Henry with his elephant for his 6 Week Mommy and Me session, below.
Beautiful pictures, as always! You are extremely talented! You will always be our photographer of choice
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