How in the world does Harper’s momma get anything done?  I would be tempted just to sit around and stare at those sweet little cheeks.arkansas-newborn-photographer_0006

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What a happy baby!  Finley came to the studio and brought him mom and dad for some sweet family photos.arkansas-newborn-photographer_0005


 

There is something about baby lips . . . Madelyn was 12 days new during her session. Newborns are so much fun!macro-lips newborn-photographer-harrison-arkansas newborn-photographer-harrison twelve-day-old newborn-with-feather-headband


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I love a challenge. I love learning. I love photography.  Put those things together and the result is my recent rash of newborns. . . no pun intended! This little guy was a sleeper. Perfect!

Reindeer baby

Reindeer baby


I always love a challenge, and these little angels didn’t disappoint me. Elaina and Elizabeth visited me in the studio this past week. What a room full of sweetness!newborn-photographer-harrison-ar newborn-photographer-harrison-arkansas newborn-twins-photographer


newborn-photographer-northwest-arkansasBrooklyn came to visit me today in the studio. She’s a whopping 28 days old which is much older than my average newborn. I like to photograph them between 5-10 days, but she was such a good baby!  What a sweety!


I was honored when Megan told me she wanted me to take Clara’s newborn photos.  I had taken her twins, Sam and Max as newborns – a repeat customer is always a good sign.  Clara decided she would rather stay awake to see what was going on, but we still got some precious newborn pictures.  It was well worth the drive to Springfield, Missouri this afternoon! Thanks Megan and Andy.


This was the most cooperative little guy!  He was “like a noodle” according to momma, and she was right.  He snoozed through the entire session with a full tummy and a warm place to sleep.  Thanks, Tosh!


This was my first set of twins to photograph and they were so sweet. I drove up to Branson West, Missouri, this morning for this session.  They slept well. . . . like little babies.

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