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Atlanta Newborn Session | Whitt

I love a good in-home newborn session! This session was particularly special to photograph as we had just welcomed our second boy Jonas a few months before. Taylor had her second boy Whitt – so we instantly connecting on being ” boy moms” of two! Photographing her little baby put me right back to the same familiar memories we had just experienced ourselves. Nothing is sweeter than two brothers!

In Home Memories

The decision to have a newborn session at home was an inspired one by the family. They wanted to create a relaxed and intimate atmosphere, where they could celebrate their new addition in the comfort of their own space. As I arrived at their cozy Canton residence, I was greeted with warmth and excitement, setting the tone for the session ahead.

Throughout the session, I worked closely with the family to ensure their vision was brought to life. Whether it was incorporating special heirlooms into the photos or capturing the brothers together, every element was thoughtfully considered to create a personalized and meaningful experience.

My Favorite Moments

One of the highlights of the session was witnessing the bond between the newborn and big brother. It was clear that this baby was already surrounded by an abundance of love.

As the session came to a close, I felt a profound sense of gratitude for being able to document such a special time in this family’s life. Through the timeless art of photography, we had captured moments that they would cherish for years to come!

In the end, it wasn’t just about capturing pictures; it was about capturing memories – memories that would be treasured for a lifetime. And as I said my goodbyes and left their home, I couldn’t help but feel humbled by the privilege of being invited into their world, if only for a brief moment in time.

Congratulations to Taylor and your sweet boys!

Atlanta Newborn Session

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Atlanta Newborn Photographer

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