FRESH 48 NEWBORN SESSIONS

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Newborn baby girl in hospital swaddles. Newborn baby girl in hospital swaddles.

“She helped us capture all the joy, wonder, and exhaustion that is parenthood following the birth of our daughter. I am so happy that we will forever have these pictures to remember the details of that day.”  – Megan

Pre-step. Once we have talked and you’ve decided you want to work with me, you’ll sign a session agreement and pay a retainer to be on the books.

Step 1. Let me know when you are heading to the hospital, so that I can start planning for possible session times and clear out space as needed.

Step 2. Keeping me updated on how fast/slow things are going is helpful, but not absolutely necessary.

Step 3. Once baby has been born, we can decide on a specific time.

Some families prefer to have their moments documented as soon as possible after birth, while others want to wait until they’ve had some time to rest. In some cases we might have to plan the session time around other sessions, but usually there’s plenty of wiggle room.

If your baby is born when it’s already dark outside I recommend waiting until there’s natural light.