The Birth Party!
In every sense of the world, Logan Skywalker’s birth day was a party of high anticipation. Family was gathered to witness Baby T’s entry from beginning to end. Mom and dad shared in the smiles, giggles, pain, and celebration with overflowing love that is evident in each photo. Birth photography is so unique in that it doesn’t just capture a moment in time like with portraits, it tells a whole story. When baby Logan was ready to come, the whole room already had a few false alarms so each was ready in their own way. Dad was ready to catch baby but ultimately left that job to the nurses as he came not long after mom proclaimed “it was time.” Big brother did the honors of cutting the cord. He was so sweet and caring for mom the whole time, worried about her and baby, then finding a sigh of relief once little brother finally made his grand entrance. Each had their own adorable reaction as tears. smiles and hugs were exchanged with one another. Dad was so gentle with his new baby boy, giving him his first adjustment as he is head Chiropractor at Life Fit Chiropractic here in local Colorado Springs.
Welcome to the world baby Logan! You are a lucky little mom with so many people who have loved you since your very first breath.
Your Birth Story
If you are in the Colorado Springs area and would like to learn more about a portrait session for your little one, please don’t hesitate to contact me! We can get you all set up with a complimentary consult, and talk about your vision and goals for your session. Whether you are pregnant and wanting to capture your Birth Story, freeze those very first days with a Newborn Session, or even capture those first year milestones, I would be more than happy to assist you. Let’s work together to create memories and heirloom quality portraits, that will be in your family for generations to come. Leave a legacy, leave a printed record, hang artwork. It matters. You and your children will be glad you did.
“Photography for me is not looking, it’s feeling. If you can’t feel what you’re looking at, then you’re never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures.”
— Don McCullin