Archive for 'Maternity'
Ashley contacted me early in her pregnancy.
Of course she would, if you know Ashley
you know she plans everything waaaay ahead of time.
She has her checklists, and she checks them more than twice.
Ashley knows the importance of birth photography because she has photographed 2 births herself.
During my interview, she asked me an important question:
Why do you like doing births?
My answer: It feeds my soul
There’s no way I could charge based on the hours I spend being on call for a birth.
I do them because I love them.
Births feed my soul.
Being there when Reagan was born fed my soul.
I hung out a bit with Ashley and John early in her labor.
Then left for a while to give her some space to rest.
I got back just as she was heading to the hospital – hooray!
After a few hours at the hospital, I went home for some rest myself.
Ashly’s sister kept me informed and it wasn’t too long before I headed back to the hospital.
Ashley was, what’s the best word?
She’s a warrior. Amazing. A rock star.
there every step of the way. I captured so many images of
Ashley was determined to have a natural birth (I told you about her planning skills, right)
and she did just that.
Women are amazing.
Ashley is amazing.
Reagan has one lucky little girl.
Of course, what’s a birth without a birth slideshow.
I know my fans (and Ashley’s friends and family)
want to see more than just pictures.
Birth slideshows make me smile on the inside and out.
Enjoy (and grab a tissue).
*it’s best viewed full screen – so head over to the computer (instead of your phone)
If you are pregnant and thinking about birth photography, call me, please.
Having someone there to take pictures, is not the same as having
a professional photographer capture the birth of your child.
Let the people in your life hold your hand, support, & coach,
and let me hold the camera & celebrate life.
Though I only met them for the first time when I pulled into the parking lot,
I feel like I’ve known them forever.
A very dear friend of mine is getting ready to be Gigi to a very special little girl.
I can’t wait to meet her, so I pacify myself by watching her grow.
To say this mama is glowing is an understatement.
The first time I met this family, Abbey was just 6 weeks old.
It’s the highest compliment to be hired again (and in this family’s case again, and again, and again).
I’m especially looking forward to seeing Abbey be a big sister.
She’s going to be awesome I just know it.