Remember this cute little guy?
Well he was back for his 6 Month Milestone session this last week and cuter than ever. His little features have changed and he has some adorable little baby rolls now.
Same Box - Same Wrap - Same dog tags & uniform - Same rug - Same baby.
BUT, oh my the difference a few months can make.
Here he is now at 6 months, handsome as ever!
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I have many clients ask which newborn poses will be included in their session, and the answer is: It varies!
There are some standard poses that are included in nearly every session. Please remember that, while not every baby will perform every pose, I do my very best to at least attempt (and usually achieve) every pose listed below (time permitting and if baby cooperates).
It really does depend on baby’s cooperation level at the session. Some babies may be gassy and may not be comfortable lying on their tummies. Some babies may not like the Froggy pose. Some babies may choose not to sleep at all during their session! Most babies under the 8 day mark will achieve all of the standard poses. Once baby starts getting older (day 10+), they are less sleepy and flexible and posing *can* become more difficult.
I am normally able to photograph baby on 2-3 different blankets with various poses on the beanbag. The poses below are the standard in my newborn posing workflow.
Additional posing is offered if time permits and baby cooperates, including additional family, parent, sibling and artistic poses. I will not risk baby’s safety in order to achieve a specific pose, therefore, all poses are done at my discretion.
It is important to follow the guidelines outlined in the Session Guide that I send to you prior to your newborn session. Although I cannot guarantee that your baby will cooperate, following these guidelines will increase your chances of a successful session.
Please also note that while I do encourage bringing a sentimental item to incorporate into baby’s session I do not take ‘Pinterest’ requests or specific requests for specific poses or set ups the day of. If you have an idea in mind it needs to be discussed prior to the session. My session flow allows me to transition baby from one pose to the next with very little disturbance and doing multiple unique set ups will lead to an awake and unsettled baby.
I have a plethora of props for you to choose from in my studio, as well as hats, headbands and outfits!
Newborn Poses & My names for them
A Note on SAFETY:
Posing a baby is a very specific action. One that should be done with the utmost care and delicacy. Any Pose that would put baby in harms way IS and SHOULD always be a COMPOSITE.
This is the ONLY acceptable way to achieve this look and may others without putting the baby in harms way!
He is the newest member of the Ebany Family.
Though our big dogs look like they made the perfect baby. He is not their pup. We aren't sure what he is but he is sooo cute! Our sons named our German Shepherd- Chase when we got him 3 years ago. After Chase the police pup in the show Paw Patrol. Then we rescued our baby girl and the boys named her- Sky. After the only girl pup (originally) from the show.
When Daddy surprised us and came home with this sweet baby boy. We decided to keep with the theme and we chose Rubble after the construction pup from Paw Patrol.