Summer is finally upon us! Well, if you live in Spokane, it's *kind of* upon us...
If you are wanting to have your maternity session done in the beautiful golden light of summer, now is the time to book! Sessions normally are scheduled anywhere from 28-36 weeks pregnant, depending on how you look and feel. #1 importance is that you, and that baby in your belly, is comfortable, happy, and glowing!
(By this time, you have already booked your baby's due date in your photographer's calendar, right?)
This out fit would also look fabulous with a cute fedora hat, or a chunky bracelet.
A sock bun would be the perfect "cherry on top" for this outfit.
Perfect for a local Farmers' Market-themed session, topped off with a handmade basket for all your goodies.
This would be the perfect beach session outfit, perfect for even taking a dip in the water.
Perfect for a wildflower field or urban-setting session.
I was so excited to work with this couple and their gorgeous little girl. Her daddy is a firefighter and it felt only right to incorporate that into her newborn session...she slept like a rock for me too!!
Pure newborn goodness: Sweet Elijah, weighing in at 9 pounds, 9 ounces! And mama went all natural!! <3
Since my son's 2nd birthday is this week, I will be quite delayed on phone calls or emails, as I will most likely be crying, cuddling, drowning my sorrow in birthday cake, and crying some more. I so appreciate the patience my clients have with this event, as it has rendered me a complete sappy mess.
Although, I half-blame that on pregnancy hormones...
Treasure those photographs you have, people! I know I have been for the past few days even more than usual. Re-living each moment through the photographs that have been taken over the past few years has brought back so many emotions for both my fiancé and I, it's a bit overwhelming.
This session really tugs on my heart strings...nothing better than a squishy redheaded, mohawk-ed bebe!!
Natalie Bee is a Birth Photographer and Doula, a mother of four wildlings, and coffee junkie. She captures the beauty of motherhood and birth through still imagery and film documentation.