Newborn Sessions with Rebecca Shines Photography

October 19, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Parents, I know your tired. You haven't slept in months and nothing has changed now that your little bundle of job has arrived. You want those newborn photos but you barely want to put real clothes on..LOL Thats okay, DONT! Come in your pajamas and don't worry about a single thing. I might still be in my pajamas as well. The beauty of working at home and also being a mother of two young girls. Unless you want to get in on a couple of shots with daddy and the little one and in that case, minimum put on a neutral colored shirt (makeup optional) and just get here. If you've had a C-section, have a someone bring you. Safety is key and the doctors orders about no driving are not just a recommendation. If dad is not available, ask a friend to drive you. Once you arrives, its time to feed. Don't feel rushed at all once you walk in the door. Were going to be here for a while...sometimes a very long while, up to 4 hours. You'll notice its warm when you arrive, but its so those tiny little feet don't get cold during the session. We keep the room at 85 degrees so baby is comfortable and even use a space heater if needed. Once baby is in a milk coma, leave the rest to me. I am a professional baby whisperer so even if baby wakes while posing her or changing scenes, we will get her settled back down in no time. Don't mind the load shushing...It works! If it looks like baby's pose is uncomfortable, rest assure, she is completely comfortable if not more comfortable than before she came through the door. Remember, your baby was all balled up for 9 months and loves to be swaddled and put in positions where she feels secure. Your babies safety is my number one priority. Some babies will sleep through the entire session and some will give us a hard time but don't worry, we will get the shots we need to have your walls and cards looking adorable. No one will ever know your little one put up a fight and pooped on my three times!


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