Playing Catch up | Aledo Lifestyle Newborn Photographer

I am still playing catchup on the blog and this is a darling newborn session from earlier this year that I just can’t skip over. When I walked in the door and met this family for the first time, I pretty much fell in love with them right away. Mom and Dad are so sweet and their girls are a dream.

This was one of those sessions that we talked, a lot. As in, this session probably would have gone a lot faster had we not chatted so much. But I just felt like I was visiting with friends and so the conversation flowed. Mom follows me on Instagram and so we jumped right in on my kids and what my family had been up to. We talked about how hubby works for Amazon (which immediately made me love him) and all the cool places his job takes him. And we cannot forget big sister. Y’all, I see a lot of kids and let me tell you this… they don’t get much cuter.

Anyways, this was yet another session where I got in my car to leave and just had to pinch myself. I have so much gratitude for what I do and the families I work with. I know that there are a lot of super talented photographers out there and to be chosen to capture priceless memories is the absolute best feeling in the world.

Interested in an at-home newborn session? I generally book at least 3 months in advance, so shoot me an email and let’s talk about it.

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