Auburn Newborn Photographer ~ Brotherhood

This is my favorite portrait from baby Cameron’s newborn photography session.  Emily and Robert came to see me from Auburn to celebrate their newest arrival.  Having them there with me in the studio reminded me so much of just a few years ago when I got to photograph their first son, Nolan.  Being an Aubrun newborn photograph is a blessing because I get to meet the greatest little families.  Cameron was a little angel for his session.  His mom and I had discussed previously an idea for a perfect sibling shot.  Putting Cameron in the wagon prop and having Nolan stand near by worked perfectly.  Nolan was a little squirmy and there is no way we would have gotten a great sibling shot other wise.  The reason I love this sibling shot so much is it is all about boys.  Having Nolan bare foot and in jeans with no shirt is quintessential boyhood.  And looking out for his little brother is so sweet.  I think all boys need a brother.  Girls can make a sister out of a best friend.  But Brothers required that family bond.  I look forward to seeing them grow up together and become best buddies!  Brotherhood is awesome.

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I am always thankful to be a part of celebrating the arrival of a newborn.  Being a part of these most special family moments is an honor.  Thank you Emily and Robert for choosing me to be your photographer. If you are looking for a Seattle or Tacoma area photographer check me out. If you are planning to book a session please check out my portfolio and be sure to prebook. It always makes me sad to turn families away because I don’t have any availability. You can contact me by using the contact form at the top of this page.

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