Monday, May 20, 2013

Eddie, nine days new | Goodyear, AZ Newborn Photographer

It's rare that I get to see new babies twice before they're one month old! 

Before Eddie's second session with me, I got a feel for the type of photos his mama wanted - lifestyle newborn. This type of session is more relaxed (for me, too) and captures the family and baby as a new family of three in their home. And oh my goodness, they're home was beautiful! I should've taken some pictures of their wall art to show how photos could be displayed. I loved every inch of their home! But back to why I was in their home - to take pictures of their beautiful new baby boy.
 We spent quite some time in Eddie's yellow and gray nursery and then the rest of the time in his parents large master bedroom. The environment was just perfect for this perfect little boy. I still tried to get some studio type photos, but he wasn't having it and we were all okay with that! At least, I snuck two bow tie pics in! 

Of course, we couldn't finish the session without getting a few photos of Eddie in his daddy's fighter pilot helmet. So thankful for his daddy's service! And excited for the time they will be stationed here at Luke Air Force Base! 

Also, Eddie was so good for his first pictures with his furry big brother. Only if every dog could be as sweet and chill as Hank! He sure was heavy to move around but he got into position perfectly! And before we were finished, we got grandpa to pose for a few. I love generational pictures. They all three look alike, too!

Since taking these, I have been able to visit twice and Eddie is already changing so much. His little face is as sweet as can be. He also seems to be a pretty relaxed baby like his older brother. 

Congratulations, again, Audrey and James! So thankful I've been able to capture so many sweet moments for you during this super exciting time in your lives. And Mr. Eddie, have fun doing what babies do - eating, playing, smiling and hopefully sleeping. Hopefully we'll get to hang out again soon! 

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