Good morning and Happy Thursday! I simply cannot wait to share this adorable professional baby photography session with you, but first, a few answers to questions that I’ve received over the last couple of months.
When you are looking for a professional baby photographer, there are a few things that are probably on your mind. I usually meet with expecting parents right in our Madison CT studio and go over questions that they might have as well as get a little tour. The studio has everything they might need from adorable baby hats and headbands, those snuggly little outfits, and even dresses for mom or big sister. This makes things a bit simpler on the clients since bringing a baby into this world is already hard enough! Today I figured I would capture a few of the frequently asked questions from expecting moms:
How do you plan for baby’s due date since they rarely arrive as planned?
The simple answer is that I don’t. Babies come when they’re ready and sometimes complications lead to different plans. I schedule a limited number of newborns each month to accommodate the unpredictable schedule.
What do I need to have ready for my newborn session?
Just you and your family. The studio has everything that you may need including hats, headbands, wraps, outfits, blankets, and so on and so forth. We even have dresses for mom or big sister. Forgot diapers or wipes? We have those too. The only thing you have to worry about is yourself and your family. We have the rest covered.
But what if I have a special item I want to include? Or a blanket I want to bring along? What if I want to buy an outfit?
I will absolutely accommodate any special items! In the questionnaire that you’ll receive once the baby arrives I’ll ask that you give me a little more information about those special items so that we can plan to include them in the session.
What if the sibling won’t cooperate?
I specialize in young children and will have a number of tricks up my sleeve. From farting pigs to squeaky ducks to little wooden cars, we have them all. With over 5 years photographing young children and 7+ years of raising my own little rascals, I will gauge what your child may need to warm up or calm down for their session. We’ll play games, sing songs, and laugh. The session won’t seem like a high pressure situation to your littles, which is my goal. And if they refuse to go near the baby, there is always photoshop and cheerios.
If you’re considering a professional newborn photography for your baby, get more information, pricing, and schedule a studio tour by filling out a Contact form here.
Hopefully these will begin to address some of the questions you might have about your baby photography session! And now on to this absolutely gorgeous newborn photography session. Meet Maddie, just 7 days new.