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Bennett’s Newborn Session | Austin Newborn Photographer

Bennett’s Newborn Session Here are some of my favorite images from Baby Bennett’s Newborn Session.  He’s is such a cutie pie.  Bennett was one of the sweetest little guys I’ve worked with.  He totally rocked his newborn session and we created some of my favorite awake newborn images.  He had some of the most adorable…

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Cristiano’s Newborn Session | Austin Newborn Photographer

Mr. Cristiano will be coming in to the studio soon for his milestone session.  When his mama contacted me I realized I never posted his session to the blog.  So here are some images from his newborn session. Wasn’t he ADORABLE?  I can’t wait to see how much he’s grown when he comes back to…

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Maternity Portrait Celebration | Austin Maternity Photographer

One of my goals is to help you document your journey into motherhood.  Pregnancy is a beautiful thing and should be celebrated.  The maternity portrait celebration documents this stage in your life.  The pregnant belly is beautiful.   This time is magical and having it documented in photographs gives your little one the opportunity for you…

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When Should I Schedule my Maternity Session?

When should I book my maternity session? You should begin planning your Maternity Session as soon as you know your due date. Once you have the date we can then decide on a time that is best for your photos.  It’s best to schedule your Maternity Session when you’re between seven to eight months along. This…

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3 Things I love about Newborn Sessions | Austin Newborn Photographer

Newborn sessions are my favorite. I love working with babies, but the newborn sessions are really special.  They’ll only be this little for a short period of time and it will go by much, much faster than you can possibly imagine.  The images from your baby’s newborn session will be special to you and your…

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  • Elizabeth WilliamsFebruary 25, 2015 - 4:55 am

    Knowing you Val, yes, you can knit a pair of pants by Thursday! I love the Flotaki rug. I used to have one. Loved the smell and how super soft it was!!! Like floating in a cloud. The babies must think it’s dreamy!ReplyCancel

    • adminFebruary 25, 2015 - 7:56 pm

      LOL. I’m not too sure. This pattern is backwards from how I normally knit baby pants. These pants start at the legs and you work your way up one leg at a time. The good news, is I’m careful I can match the stripes more easily than the other way I normally knit. I’m just not sure how the legs get put together and the waist is formed at this point. I’m almost done with the first leg so I guess I’ll see shortly how the rest of these little pants come together.ReplyCancel

  • Casey CloughFebruary 25, 2015 - 3:30 pm

    So cute! I’ve tried to learn to knit several times, and eventually had to accept that fiber is not my friend. Is it stressful working with newborns and parents?ReplyCancel

    • adminFebruary 25, 2015 - 7:53 pm

      So far working with newborns and their parents has been pretty easy. If the baby is fussy and doesn’t want to fuss or be posed I get to hold him/her a little longer before trying the set-up again.ReplyCancel