Nowadays, gift giving is all about experiences, not materials. So, this year, you might be looking for something a little different. An experience that’s unique but will last a lifetime.
I have to admit that during this newborn photo session I fell a little bit in love! Baby Ned is incredible. I am always excited to meet a new family and Ned’s were no exception. It’s a real honor to be invited to a family’s home during the first few weeks. After meeting little Ned …
Breastfeeding your baby is the most natural thing in the world. Millions of women do it every day. It’s good for baby and good for Mum. Why then is the rate of nursing in Ireland still so low?
We are barely into the new year but families are busy in preparation for their big day, First Holy Communion 2019. So, I thought it was time to release some details on my First Holy Communion photography sessions for those of you who are getting ready for the celebration.
During your baby’s first year they will hit countless milestones. First smile, first giggle, first tooth, I could go on and on. Every baby will reach their milestones in their own good time, but each one is a little celebration. You are a family now and you have watched this tiny bundle grow into a real person over the last 12 months. What better way to mark this major milestone than to capture this day in a very special way.
As a newborn and family photographer it is a privilege to be invited to a family’s home during the first few days of the new baby’s arrival. This time is usually a little overwhelming. Every member is adjusting to this new arrangement. The Holmes family asked me to document this time for them. The family …
I love capturing moments between little ones and their parents during family sessions. They are so authentic and spill over with love and connection. That’s how Me and my Mammy or Me and my Daddy was born. With Mother’s Day on the horizon this really is the perfect experience for any new Mammies.
Does the choice of holding a religious Christening ceremony or a secular naming ceremony pose a dilemma for you and your partner? What’s different about them? Why have a ceremony in the first place?
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I often meet Mums who are disappointed that, for whatever reason, they didn’t get around to booking a newborn photo session with me when their babies were new and tiny. But please don’t beat yourself up about this, there are only a handful of families who can get it together in those early days to arrange a newborn session. Your baby goes through so many changes and stages in the first year so why not consider a photo session around a particular milestone.
I love meeting a newly formed family. There really is no other feeling like walking into a home that has just welcomed a new baby.
Custom family photography is unique because it not only captures what you look like at a certain point in time, it captures who you are. I aim to capture honest photos of your family and children, but I also aim to have fun! The goal is not to get a stiff and posed shot with …
In hospital Fresh 48 Newborn baby photography Kildare Dublin
I never take it for granted when I’m invited to meet a new baby and their family for the first time. This is a unique and special time in a family’s life so it is a real privilege to be asked to be a part of it. At home session is the best way to capture a new baby, relaxed and surrounded by their family.
If you are thinking about booking a maternity session please email me. I will do my best to make it a relaxed and fun experience and promise that you will always treasure these images.
I am always impressed when new parents are organised enough to have a newborn photo session with me. But when a family who already have a three year old can find the time, that blows me away!
How long have you been procrastinating about arranging your family photos? What is putting you off? Is it finding the time, getting everyone to a studio? What could be easier than inviting a photographer to your home to capture some authentic images of your children?