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Four Weeks Old ~ Wide Awake And Ready!

Austin Newborn Photo Shoot
Loving this little one — 4 weeks old and wide awake for most of her session. Isn’t she a beauty?!?

Austin Newborn collage
We did manage to get in a quick nap in the studio, even with all the excitement.

While I love getting your newborn into the studio as early as possible, don’t think you’ve missed your opportunity for beautiful newborn photos if you need to go past the first few weeks.

Shhh, baby sleeping!

Look who I found in my studio garden! I love these wonderful Texas summer mornings that allow me to get outside and take these natural light portraits.newborn baby sleeping photo session

I drifted into a summer-nap under the hot shade of July, serenaded by a cicada lullaby, to drowsy-warm dreams of distant thunder.–Terri Guillemets

And then there were two…

Two boys that is!  Yep, first came C (big brother Caleb) and now comes D (little brother Daniel).  If this first family photo with Caleb’s wrinkle-nosed smile doesn’t make you giggle then nothing will.

irst came C (big brother Caleb) and now comes D (little brother Daniel)If this first family photo with Caleb's wrinkle-nosed smile doesn't make you giggle then nothing will.

I’m looking forward to watching Daniel grow over the next year!

Daniel first newborn photography sessiondad and newborn

Look at those eyes!

Say hello to Mr Handsome! The eyes, the hair, the lips…man, oh man, he is going to break hearts and he is only 6 weeks old.
And you can’t ignore that huge smile.  Gotta love it <3

She is loved!

When mom sent me an email to say baby number 3 was on the way I was so thrilled for them THEN she shared it was a girl and I was overjoyed!  With two little boys already this new addition was sure to be welcomed with love from mom and dad plus a few {hundred} hugs from her big brothers.  And her brothers did not disappoint when it came time for her newborn session.  Dressed in pink shirts as presents from their little sister they were the cutest and sweeter than I could have ever imagined.  This will definitely be a portrait to cherish ~

And I can’t help but share one from each of their newborn sessions.  A special link to them all is the wooden box they are in is a family heirloom made by their great-grandfather.  Dad had given mom a wedding day present in it so the theme continues for it to be used during life’s special moments.  I love the idea!

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