This is gorgeous Charley who came to visit me for her newborn session in August, she was only a tiny 7lb and 3.5 oz when she was born and was the perfect little angel. Mummy and Daddy had been given a newborn gift voucher as a present from Auntie Coral.
Mummy contacted me early on and we were able to schedule her newborn session in quickly to allow us to get the best possible images from the session. Newborn sessions are best carried out within the first 10 days if possible so that your baby is still sleepy, relaxed and able to be posed into all the cute newborn poses
Charley came to visit me in the studio when she was 12 days old, she was still very sleepy and was one of the best babies ever, so we got a great variety of images from her session. I carry out my newborn sessions from my studio in Falkirk. Operating from this professional space allows me to have all my props, equipment etc to hand, allowing me to get the best images possible from your session. Visiting me at the studio also allows you to get out of the house and have an adventure packing up all the bits and pieces you need and escaping visitors for a while. Lots of new mummies and daddies have mentioned how lovely it is to get out of the house and escape all the hustle and bustle a new baby brings and relax for a while I settle your baby and get some gorgeous images for you.
I aim to make these sessions as relaxed as possible - I have plenty of parking at the studio and I also have changing and feeding facilities on hand. The sessions have no set time restrictions and we allow the baby to dictate the session. Although only tiny they control the whole session, they know what poses they like, what props they like and when they want to sleep etc.
Cara (Charley's Mummy) wrote: "The session was great fun, made us laugh and most importantly you were great with Charley and took care in placing her into different positions and you also took the time to sooth her when she was a bit unsettled xx."
Thanks for choosing J'Adore to capture these special memories to last a lifetime