Shay ~ 7 days old {Vermont baby-child-family photographer}

Little Miss Shay made her appearance into this world very early – about 6 weeks early.  Luckily she was completely ready – a great set of lungs, a full head of hair and a whole family ready to love her.  I had the privilege of photographing her when she was 7 days old.  Lucky for me she slept most of the time.  We also photographed her big brother who apparently has been her biggest fan since she was just lima-bean sized.  His love and caring for her was apparent and so much fun to photograph.  With his own big bright personality my favorite part of the session was when he was giving me idea on how to pose her with him…he had many great ideas!  I also loved that he called her umbilical cord the “extension cord”!!!  It was a wonderful session with a wonderful family.  Here are some chosen images from the myriad that were captured.

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March 22, 2016 - 10:26 am

Rosemary - Lovely set of pictures..you can see the pride in big Brother, and I like your explanation of the session xx

Newborn in Vermont {Newborn Photographer Vermont}

Born the youngest of 5, this little one isn’t used to a whole lot of peace and quiet.  She slept for me just a little then was wide awake, taking everything in.  I love the look in her eyes when she was starting at me.  I know she was practicing getting a little smile going.  From what I hear now, only a week later…she’s mastered it.  I have had a wonderful time photographing this family and all their beautiful babies.  Now I look forward to capturing all the memories as they grow up together.  Here are a few of Newborn Jillian and her Momma.

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A puppy and his girl {Vermont children’s photography}

On a freezing winter morning what better way is there to spend time than to photograph the worlds cutest little 4 year old and the worlds cutest little 8 week old American Bulldog?  Just like a newborn session, it started out a little crazy…for the puppy that is.  Imagine – all these great smells in my studio and a new place with lots of nooks and crannies to explore.  Oliver spent the first part of the session jumping, wiggling, sniffing, chewing and exploring and all of a sudden like a magic wand was waved – he konked out.  Just like a newborn.  Miss. Lyla had a great time showing him the love and hauling him around then giving him lots of cuddles.  What a pair!  Here are some of my favorites from our session.

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March 22, 2016 - 10:37 am

Rosemary - I just. Have to chuckle at some of those Puppy poses. I see the Family are really proud of their new pet, pudgy and wrinkled

Lila – 9 days old {Vermont Newborn Photography}

What a treat to have such a doll…excuse me, TWO dolls in my studio.  Miss Lila making her debut with a full head of hair and her big sister Sydney.  It was a fun-filled time of taking care of Miss. Lila, snuggles with Sydney and cuddles with Mom and Dad.  Time flew by as I captured beautiful images of this family as they start out as a family of four.  Here are a few sneak peeks of newborn photographs that were captured.

 

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Sand and leaves – Vermont beach photography {Vermont family photography}

How lucky we are to live in such a beautiful place that we have gorgeous leaves in our forests AND Lake Champlain.  While the sun was still warm, during this gorgeous late fall I was blessed to capture this family playing on the beach that is just steps from their house.  Miss. J was as any 3 year old is…busy, busy, busy!  She loves to jump, to climb, to ride upon, to pick up, to create and best of all…she loves her Mommy and Daddy.  Here are some images of our time at the beach in November.

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