[vc_row][vc_column][az_column_text]The first seven days of having a newborn is often so daunting and probably the last thing on the minds of new mums and dads is to take their baby to a studio to have their newborn photographed. I hear so often that mums and dads didn’t even think of capturing their newborn within the first 10 days or left it too late to capture those sleepy, newborn curled up poses.
One of my mums that came to the studio recently, said that booking in advance made them make the effort to get out of the house and have their newborn little boy captured. If they hadn’t booked in advance, she wasn’t entirely sure whether it would have really happened. How pleased she was that she had booked in advance.
I had a ‘floating date’ in my diary around Victoria’s due date and was delighted to have little Miesha come to the studio at just 6 days old. I asked Victoria what the first 7 days of her world was like having little Miesha.
“Our first week of being first time parents was magical. I couldn’t believe how only a couple of days ago she was inside my tummy and now she doesn’t look like she could fit in there again! We wanted a newborn shoot done as they change and grow so quickly. We wanted to capture her features and how small she can curl up, as that doesn’t last forever. We can then use her images to send around family members who haven’t yet met her. It was nice to leave the poses and natural photography ideas for someone else to capture as when you try and do it yourself it will never be as successful.”[/az_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][az_gallery_images images_gallery=”437,439,438,440,441,442,443,445,446″][/vc_column][/vc_row]