Even though I am well out of the newborn phase with my own children who are now 11 and 14, I just simply adore babies!!!! I love the newborn phase and would happily do it all over again….not that I’m going to. The next best thing in newborn cuddles. Just nothing like it. I love sharing in this time with families and on a personal level, I fondly reflect on all the little details of that time with my own little ones. Thanks for the cuddles Anya. Sweet as can be.
I adore hearing people’s birth experiences. It really can be so varied. This little darling read the book, got the memo and followed suit! One chill little bubba and chilled parents!!! Im quite sure that helped. Mental note to self: stress less, worry less, go with the flow. Here is gorgeous little Arabella – all wrapped in love
Oh my goodness. I just adore seeing families who come back as their family grows. Naomi and Chris arrived and little Jonathon is not so little anymore and of course now he is a big brother. So good having them all back in the studio. The most gentle and loving little boy on his darling little sister Sarah. Adorable family love. The most beautiful dynamics playing out in this newly fledgling sibling relationship. I love observing little ones, doing what comes naturally but also what they clearly witness their parents do. One of the many beautiful moments watching a dad teach his son a gentle yet strong love for this… Keep Reading
So lucky to have met this gorgeous new family just in the nick of time before Adelaide experiences a short lockdown! An interesting time to be born into this world. I wonder what of the things we find strange to navigate now, will be just a thing of the past or a perfectly normal thing when this little bubba is a young man. Welcome to world little Atlas. Thanks for the cuddles!
I feel drawn to write this post this morning as I reflect on the number of new parents who arrive at the studio, trying their absolute best to do well by their new little bubba. It’s when they share a little comment somoene once made, a midwife who didn’t listen, a friend’s judgement or the long list of contradictory things ‘they definitely should be doing for their baby’ and then look at me with a combination or a little lost, a little overwhelmed, a little emotional, a little overtired and a whole lot of vulnerability that I feel incredibly drawn to protect them, support them and most of all encourage… Keep Reading