Virginia Newborn Photos | Baby Ella Barlow

Hello spring…hello new little baby Ella Barlow.  I recently met this precious little one with her parents, and I’m excited to share some darling newborn photos.

I know I’ve said it before, but the newborn stage is so fleeting (and your mind is often so fuzzy!) that having a newborn session is a great way to document this sweet time.  I’m so glad I was able to take these photos of little Ella Barlow.

Here are a few of my favorites from the session. (And check out her coordinated nursery…LOVE!)

Virginia Newborn Photography | Baby Jackson

As the snow was steadily falling last week, I got to spend some time with baby Jackson (“Jack”) and his big sister Olivia and their wonderful parents.  He doesn’t know it yet, but Jack has a sweet and spunky sister who will be lots of fun to play with when he gets bigger.  For now, Olivia loves to hold her little brother…and check out all the baby gear that’s reappeared in the house.

A big congratulations to this family. Here are a few of my favorite photos from Jack’s newborn session.

DC Newborn Photography | Baby Ellis

This winter has seemed especially long…but it’s definitely been brightened up by all the sweet new babies I’ve gotten to photograph. One of those is little Ellis, whom I got to meet last week.  This little guy sure made his parents wait a while before he decided to make his appearance into the world. I’m sure he is well worth the wait!

He was a charmer for the photo session…and seeing his cute self only reminded me of how quickly they grow! My own little “newborn” isn’t newborn anymore!

A  big congratulations to the parents. Here are a few of my favorites from this DC newborn session.

 

 

Maryland Newborn Photography | Baby Josiah

Can I just start by saying that baby Josiah has a super swanky nursery? I’ve seen a lot of cute baby rooms, but this one is themed around “national parks,” and sure enough…it makes me want to go visit one!

Ok, cute nursery aside, after sharing Josiah’s birth story, I had to do a post of his newborn photos.  Those early newborn days are so fleeting and foggy-brain filled that having a newborn session is priceless when it comes to remembering the tiny fingers and toes.  Soon that little baby starts growing, and you’ve forgotten those bleary-eyed days. Well maybe…I can still recall the bleariness in both of my kids’ newborn stage. But the toes–that’s what’s hard to remember! They grow so quickly.

A big congratulations to mom and dad and big sister! Here are a few of my favorites from Josiah’s newborn session.