Samuel was my last session of 2015. I took the last few weeks of December off and so I am just know getting to blogging the sneak peek from this Puyallup baby photography session. But rest assured that his Mommy and Daddy had these perfect Christmas portraits of him before Christmas time! He was the most perfect little Santa baby. He fit right in with Clement Moore’s Santa from Twa’s the Night Before Christmas. Look at the drool little mouth, those rosy cheeks, and I can assure you his belly shakes like a bowl full of jelly! I just love the mischievous twinkle in his eyes too! Samuel’s Puyallup baby photography session was half Christmas and half a little bit of everything else. He has rolls for days, so I knew I wanted a great shot of him naked with his blanket. His adorable big brother was very concerned about his baby brothers privacy. I am so happy to wrap up a wonderful year with an awesome session for this little man. Can’t wait to see him back in a few months for a cake smash!
When all one has to do is live,
Life takes on an easiness.
That little blurb about babyhood is not an original thought by me. I heard it once somewhere and it was so profound it stuck with me. How easy it is to be a baby. All your needs are met the moment they become a need. Everyone loves you. You have no enemies, no responsibilities, no worries. Life is full of people that love you things to explore and learn, toys to mesmerize and sleep. Sleep maybe be the best of all of those blessings. Oh to be a baby…or a cat. Cats have it pretty good too.
If you are looking for a Seattle newborn photographer, I hope your search stops here. May these beautiful images of perfectly sweet Aleyna convince you that hiring a professional baby photographer to capture the perfection and innocence of your new baby is the best gift you can give yourself. I love it when mom’s make that choice. Portraits with the right photographer is something you will never regret. Aleyna’s mom showed me the picture that they had taken in the hospital by the photographer that came to their room and spent a minute or two with their brand new daughter. It looked like a mug shot. Her mom looked up from her phone at me and said, she is such a beautiful baby, why would they give me a picture of her making a grumpy face. Fortunately she already had a session with me scheduled. I hope it brought her peace of mind to know that soon she would have the images that she wanted. Baby’s just need time and tender loving care and they will reward you with stunning newborn portraits to remember them by forever. I am so excited to be finishing up Aleyna’s newborn session. Her parents will get her images right in time for some last minute gift giving. Merry Christmas.
I have photographed two perfect baby boys all the way through their first year for this wonderful family. Jayden is the baby of the family and has the sweetest tender demeanor. I love that he is a Holiday baby because I got to add a little Christmas magic into his newborn and one year portraits. This image of him in his Santa hat is one of my favorites ever. Especially since putting that hat on him was a magical spark that helped this timid little guy relax enough to smile. That smile just lights up his whole face. Getting that shot was HARD. As a brand new walker, Jayden is still looking down to watch his feet as he walks. And no amount of monkey business on my part or his parents could get him to look up. And then there was this shot and it was perfect and worth the effort. I often have tender babies that suffer a bit from separation anxiety when they come to the studio. I told Jayden’s mom that time was all he needed. One of the reasons families choose to hire custom portrait photographers instead of big box production companies like picture people is so that you have that time at your disposal. A custom portrait photographer can evaluate the needs of each child client and judge their comfort levels in order to have a better chance for success. I am so glad that at Jayden’s last session with me I was able to get excellent images of him to share with his parents. And they will make excellent Christmas gifts!