Thursday, January 17, 2019

Meet Baby Nolan {Brevard Count Newborn Photographer}

If you go back to 2017 I did a newborn session for Melissa and Kyle and their sweet boy Liam. They were super grateful that despite not booking before their baby was born that I was able to accommodate them and create beautiful memories for them. Fast forward to this year and her sister was expecting her third baby. So she wanted to gift her sister the same experience. I love when others love their experience and share it with friends and family.

Nicole was excited to have these photos taken. She was also waiting for the sweet baby to arrive to know the gender. So that was exciting for everyone. When we met to plan her session we had the fun of planning a boy session and a girl session. This way both were taken care of.

Well her sweet baby finally made his appearance. He was a full term baby but unfortunately faced some issues right away so he had to stay in the NICU for a  little longer than expected. It is always interesting to hear stories of births and babies. After working with the March of Dimes for several years and learning about babies and the NICU, it does come off surprising when a full term baby is also spending time in the NICU. But it does happen and thankfully there is so many advancements in the medical world around babies and births that they still get a fighting chance. Nolan got that chance and he got to go home and is a perfectly healthy baby. Amazing right!?

So the other interesting part is that many time clients think they have to be in this two week window to get their images. Rest assured, the safety and health of mom and baby are always the number one priority. I can still create beautiful images of your baby if we have passed this idea window. So please never worry about that when working with us.

Once Nolan was finally able to come to the studio we were able to create beautiful memories. We captured sibling shots which I just adore and then shots of just the little guy. My favorite has to be the one that is a tribute to his daddy. His daddy is in roofing and construction so we added some nails, a hammer and tape measure to the set up. One day he will look back on this image and appreciate the work of his father. Check out this image and the other highlights from his session. 

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