An Exception To The Rule | Winston Salem, Greensboro Newborn Baby Photographer

In general, newborn sessions needs to be completed within the first two weeks of a baby’s life.  During those first few weeks they are curly, sleepy and have all those tiny newborn traits that should be captured before they slip away.  After two weeks they start to wake to the world and don’t tolerate posing as well.  However, there are always exceptions to the rule.  Baby T spent the first few weeks of his life in the NICU, unable to come to the studio for a newborn session.  Upon his release he came to the studio just as soon as possible and we photographed his session when he was six weeks old.  I wasn’t sure how well he would tolerate the posing but was prepared to just capture whatever Baby T blessed us with that morning.  Lucky for us, he is quite the stellar little model and quite the exception to the two week rule.

Meet Baby T










Despite his rock star session, Baby T and I encourage you to prebook your newborn session so your session can be sure to be included in my calendar before your baby is two weeks old.  Most babies, especially those born at term, are NOT exceptions to the rule. :)

I think there is another unwritten photographer rule that you must be crazy to take a trip out of town during busy season.  However, I am going make an exception to that one as well.  I am slipping away for a few days to introduce my oldest daughter to the wonders of New York City, along with my parents and sisters.  It is sure to be an amazing time in the Big Apple!  I’ll be away from the studio Thursday through Sunday, returning on Monday for a session that I am so so excited to shoot.  Please be patient as I will not have regular internet/email access.  I will return all correspondence upon my return and I look forward to jumping back into the busiest time of year next week.

October 7, 2011 - 10:09 am Kristin - Gorgeous images! Absolute perfection and I love them all.

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