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Henry | Newborn Session | Eagleville, Pa
I would like to introduce you to one of our newest clients, Henry G!
Born July 18th, weighing in at 8lbs even, and 20 inches long. He joined us at just over 2 weeks new for his Newborn Session in the comfort of his nursery. I really like doing newborn sessions in the baby's room to be able to incorporate their nursery details as part of their session.
Whenever you see newborn portraits, you almost always see these adorable sleeping baby poses, but as this little guy showed me, sometimes they just don't want to sleep. They want to know what's going on and be part of the excitement.
And my response to that is I don't mind at all, whether they want to sleep or be awake, we can always make it work. Parents often worry that their baby won't cooperate for their session, but there is really nothing to worry about since we are capturing your baby as they are now, and their own unique personality.
Since he had no interest in sleeping, and was perfectly happy with laying on his own, mom grabbed his giant elephant plush to snuggle into, and I made sure to get in close to see those big beautiful eyes. I actually loved the interaction I was able to have with him awake, since he would stare right into the lens and make cute little faces at me.
There was only one moment where he wasn't a happy camper and wanted his mommy, which I just had to share because his momentary tantrum was just too darn cute! Only when they are babies do you not mind the angry screams and instead go "Awwwwww!"
Since he was so well behaved during our time together, we also were able to have adorable poses of him playing with his mommy.
And of course snuggling with daddy!
After all the excitement, he finally snuggled into his mommy's arms and fell fast asleep. I guess trying to stay awake the past two hours finally caught up with him.
Once he was asleep, he was typical of most babies in that he was completely out cold, and able to be moved into a crate for cute sleeping baby poses. Of course, in typical baby fashion, he decided to fall asleep just ten minutes before his session was scheduled to be over so his parents were getting ready to leave, but even so, I am very happy I was able to capture these for his parents.
This little guy is currently part of our Little Foxies baby plan so keep an eye out for his next session!
Before you go, here are some adorable baby feet, because every newborn session needs some adorable little baby toes!
From the mom about picking her favorites from the gallery - "I have no idea how many I "loved" of the pictures, it's hard to pick just a few."
My response was "That means I did my job right"
Mom replies back "You always do"
The pictures are perfect! Thank you for capturing this fleeting moment in his (and our) lives. You are amazingly talented and we will be using your skills for future moments! Thank you
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