Capturing Pure Joy: A Newborn Photo Session with Baby Leon

Baby swaddled in a basket

I recently had the pleasure of capturing the most adorable newborn baby during a photography session. This little one was so calm and sleepy throughout the entire shoot, making my job as a photographer a breeze.

During the session, I found that the baby absolutely loved being swaddled. Swaddling is a technique where the baby is wrapped securely in a blanket, mimicking the comfort and security of being in the mother’s womb. It helps babies feel cozy and content, allowing them to relax and achieve that peaceful sleep we all cherish.

As I captured each precious moment, I couldn’t help but appreciate the beauty and innocence of this sweet newborn. Every detail, from tiny fingers to tiny toes, was a reminder of the miracle of life.

Newborn photography is a special genre that focuses on capturing the early days of a baby’s life. These sessions are often done within the first two weeks after the baby is born when they are still very sleepy and flexible. It is a joy to freeze those fleeting moments and create everlasting memories for the proud parents.

If you are expecting a baby or have recently welcomed a newborn into your family, I would love to be a part of preserving these precious memories. As a photographer specializing in newborn and maternity photography, I understand the importance of capturing these fleeting moments that pass by all too quickly.

Whether you choose to have a swaddled newborn session or a stunning maternity shoot, I aim to provide you with timeless images that you can cherish for years to come. Contact me to schedule your session and let’s create beautiful memories together!





Capturing Pure Joy: A Newborn Photo Session with Baby Leon

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I'm Kaitlyn! I'm a newborn & maternity photographer in Yucaipa, Ca. I'm a mama of 2 and know how Important it is to capture each milestone before it's gone.

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