Vancouver Baby Photography: In-home Session
I’ve loved my summer family photography season – capturing parents and their young kids skipping along the beach or through a field while the weather is warm. But, it’s Vancouver baby photography that really has my heart. I was so excited to capture this sweet little guy after summer with very few newborns!
I had the privilege of meeting this sweet family for their maternity images back in July. At two-and-a-half their sweet son was about to become a big brother, and he really stole the show as we captured images of him and his parents waiting for baby to join their family. I was so excited for their Vancouver baby photography session when I heard that he had arrived!
As with all newborn sessions, I arrived ready for some chaos. Between unpredictable newborns and energetic toddlers, you really never know what you’re going to get. I was not at all surprised to find big brother was more excited about showing me all his cool toys than snuggling up with mom and dad and baby. I also wasn’t surprised when baby boy decided he didn’t want to sleep and would rather nurse for the better part of our session.
During my Vancouver baby photography sessions, I’ve learned that you just have to go with the flow. We took time to relax and settle baby while he was fussy, and took advantage of the quiet moments to take gorgeous images with mom and dad. And whenever big brother decided he was ready to join the fun, we made the most of it!
In the end, we ended up with more beautiful images of this new family of four than we could ever need. Baby did eventually settle down and drift off to sleep and big brother decided he’d rather snuggle up with mom and dad and play.
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