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Not once had there been such eyes,
Such a nose,
Such silly, wiggly, wonderful toes.

Nancy Tillman

north judson newborn photographer, valparaiso newborn photographer

Meet baby Malachi! Isn’t he the sweetest?! I love photographing newborns. It’s the sort of thing requires a good amount of patience because newborns are best posed within a week of being born, full, and sleeping. With much time spent waiting for the baby to sleep, there’s lots of moments to reflect on all the little details of the newborn. Not having children myself, I’m told by so many that this stage just seems to fly by. I really enjoy capturing these fleeting moments. . .

 

 

 

A snowflake is one of God’s most fragile creations, but look what they can do when they stick together! -anonomous

So… I’m not the biggest fan of winter, but there are some aspects of the season that aren’t too terrible. Winter has become a season of rest for me, so, I foresee baking, quilting, sewing, reading, movies, coffee shops, naps, taxes, and planning for the next season. For now I’ve found enjoyment in my new lens which I cannot wait to use in this next year’s sessions. Here are some images I’ve been enjoying the past week since our first snow. I was doing a bit of reading on snowflakes and stumbled upon Wilson Bentley. While I enjoy the intricate designs of snowflakes, I’ve decided that I do not want to make my profession a snowflake photographer. Brrr!

 

 

 

Psalm 139:14 NKJV
I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.

This Little One’s Session took place at Centennial Park in Plymouth, Indiana. Little Miss Charlotte showed up with sweet smiles and was full of curiosity. It’s always fun to see how a little one reacts to a little setting made just for them. Charlotte arranged the pumpkins several times and read storybooks upside down. It really must be the funniest story when it’s read upside down. The whole day had a bit of a Winnie the Pooh feel to it. I love how she held her little hands in the first image. After our mini set on the lawn, we went on an adventure and explored Greenway Trail. We found little green nooks in the forest, open fields, and areas of field grass with goldenrod. We ended the session in a tree, which you’ll see isn’t quite like Pooh Bears, but it still made for a perfect place to pretend.