Baby Photoshoot – A full collection
Are your pregnant or have a new little addition to your family? Many congratulations on your little bundle. Newborns grow and change at an phenomenal rate and before you know it your beautiful baby has become a smelly, moody, teenager. My own little miracle is fast approaching the teenage years and it’s hard to remember those tiny fingers and toes. I didn’t know about booking a specialist Baby Photoshoot back then but I am so thankful for the wonderful baby photos I have of my tiny baby girl.
In those early days whilst you are wrapped up in your new family it is so easy for your little one to change and you not notice until it’s too late. Your newborn has become more alert and that sleepy curled up baby has gone forever. If you make time for one thing in those first weeks I would strongly recommend looking at baby photographers in Lincolnshire, and booking a baby photoshoot to capture those precious memories.
My personal photography style has developed over the last few years and my baby photoshoots include a range of natural and posed images capturing your newborn both awake and asleep, using a range of props and blankets to compliment your home. My service incorporates discussions with you to ensure that the images captured during your baby photoshoot suit your family and personal style.
As photographers we showcase our favourite images within the portfolio on our websites. Whilst this is great for demonstrating our style and perfectly posed images, I thought that you as parents researching a photographer may find it beneficial to view a full collection from a baby photoshoot. The images displayed within this post are just that. They showcase the full gallery shown (and purchased) during the viewing appointment of one of my recent clients. This is a typical example of a baby photoshoot gallery from a session at Slice of Life Photography.
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I decided to pretend that I was okay and happy. I thought that if I pretend everything is okay that I will then believe it and everything will be fine. I told close friends and family of the news and they were all happy for me. It is nice knowing I had other people around to help support me.
After speaking to my midwife, she recommended I speak to my doctor about how I felt mentally. He then recommended I contact a couple of companies for counselling. I have now had a couple of sessions of 1 to 1 counselling to help me talk about my worries. It helps being able to speak to someone who doesn’t know me and won’t judge me for how I feel. Everyone is different and have their own ways of dealing with things but for me, I find counselling helpful.
When it came to my 20 week scan, I wasn’t half as nervous as I was before. I was more nervous about finding out the sex this time. My partner and I told the sonographer we would like to know the sex in which; after a few moments of her checking a few things, she confirmed we will be having a baby boy.
We are both so excited and starting to get ready for little man’s arrival. We have been thinking of names and also looking at cots, prams etc. I feel I can now focus on the good things and not have to worry that something will go wrong. I don’t want to let my paranoia get the better of me, I want to enjoy the pregnancy and make the most of it.
As I hit 31 weeks, I started to get itchy hands and feet. I discussed this with my doctor and midwife in which, after a few blood tests they have confirmed I have obstetric cholestasis. I am now having to have blood tests every week and have my baby monitored for his heart beat and movement. At first I was worried but; I have got my head around this and thought I am not the only woman to get this. They have prescribed me with cream and allergy tablets to help with the itchiness. Even though this meant that I will not be able to get my water birth I hoped for as I am now consultant led, I know that I will be looked after in the hospital and I can get through anything with my partner.
I certainly feel ready to meet my little boy as the tiredness and aching back/neck kicks in. I only have a couple more weeks at work and then my maternity leave starts – I can’t wait! I still need to pack my hospital bag but I will get around to this soon! The nursery still needs to be decorated but, as he will be sleeping with us for the first 6 months, we are not rushing to get this done.
Having my partner and my parents with me through this journey has made it easier for me. I still get paranoid but, with the support of everyone I know I can get through this. Besides, having up and down days are the joys of our hormones in pregnancy! Bring on the labour ☺
Thank you to Sophie for sharing her pregnancy journey.
Sophie used Insight Healthcare to access counselling which is free to use with NHS - https://www.insighthealthcare.org/our-services/talking-therapies/types-of-therapies/counselling/
Sophie has since sent me a message to let me know there little man, Rowan arrived safely on 8th October. Isn't he just beautiflul.
Slice of Life Photography
The purpose built garden photography studio near Spalding, Lincolnshire is easily accessible from Peterborough, Stamford, Bourne, Boston, and Kings Lynn