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Hospital Newborn Photography {Holden’s Hospital Photo Session}

Well better late never! Holden was born last fall and I was able to capture him soon after he was born and his siblings reaction to him. The other kids were smitten with this little guy and so was I! I was still pregnant with Luca at this time so it was definitely exciting being around a newborn boy. After the shoot, I just kept thinking, I can’t believe I am having a little boy in a few months. Having a baby is a whirlwind and having someone capture it for you is the greatest thing ever. Holden’s mother, Rachael, is also a photographer and was supposed to capture Luca’s hospital session. However, after two days of labor and a c-section, I decided that the last thing I wanted was photographs of myself. I couldn’t even get out of bed for 1.5 days after having him so I did not look my best! I do sometimes wish I went ahead and had the hospital session done but I did my best to do a few of just Luca and I love those!
So if you are debating about a hospital newborn session, just go for it! I am offering an introductory price of $75 for a 30 minute shoot and digital images on a dvd with a booked newborn session. To see what a hospital newborn session is like, scroll down!

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Kim Wilhite -

So sweet!

Jenna Leigh -

These are absolutely priceless and such an amazing time to remember! Love that you are offering these style of sessions.

Jete Devisser -

So sweet!! The shots of the siblings looking in at their new baby brother just melt me!!

Jenn Gaudreau -

Ahhh this melts my heart!! So precious!! The first ones with “big sis” are my favorite!

Hannah -

Oh those shots of the three siblings looking into the crib are priceless! Awesome job!

Ray -

Yeah, the first two pics especially are BEYOND cute!

Michelle S Hanks -

Very good family shots. It’ll be great to look back on these. Have they done this for each child?

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