Meet Meagan and her armful of handsome fellas. Not only are they handsome, they’re superstars in the big brother department. If the Olympics gave out medals in the category of “newborn photos with big brothers,” they’d both win gold!
I met Meagan a few years ago after very excited grandparents contacted the studio to gift her a collection of newborn images, once their first grand baby arrived. (I don’t think there is anyone more excited on planet Earth than a grandma knowing there is a new grand baby arriving soon!)
Many years later, here we are photographing Meagan and Wes plus baby one, baby two, and baby three.
Behind the scenes planning for their session was all about making this beautiful, easy, and as stress-free as possible for her. There’s checklist of behind the scenes tasks and planning I could list here, but I’m fairly certain you want to see newborn images and not read about all of the details I take care of.
So let’s get to the good part!
Lots of amazing baby details – check.
Newborn photos with big brothers – check.
Images with mom and dad – check.
Family image framed and delivered to their doorstep to proudly display in their gorgeous home – check.
I won’t share every image here. I like to let families have all the fun sharing with friends and family, but I will share a just few favorites:
If you are due within the next few months or maybe you just brought your baby home from the hospital, I’m glad you’re here. Parents typically reserve newborn sessions in their second trimester, so that we can photograph all of your baby’s fresh, new details in their 2nd-3rd weeks of life. Looking for a maternity photo session? Those are best photographed between weeks 30-35.
My hope is that you love what you see, and after your session you’ll see how incredibly easy we’ve made this for families. With over a decade of experience, we’ve thought through all of the details and taken care of them, so you don’t have to.