There is so much I love about this in-studio milestone session. I don't even know where to begin! From the outfit, to the setup, and of course, an adorable baby girl; it all came together so beautifully just like I had imagined it! Getting to my home studio in Cypress, just north of Houston, was a bit of a drive for mommy and Bella. By the time they arrived, baby girl had fallen asleep. Parents sometimes worry that their little ones will not cooperate for their portrait session after being awakened from their sweet slumber, but it's usually quite the opposite since they feel better rested. I always reassure parents that a session with me is not at all like going to the place at the mall where your baby cries and they rush you out. A session with me is all about the custom experience. We will take breaks as needed for snack time, diaper changes, or simply to play in order to keep baby comfortable and get the best shots possible. Little Bella started out a little shy, but it didn't take long for her to get comfy in my studio space. We even had us a fun little dance party while she was here. She sure loved to show me how she could clap and spin, and it was absolutely adorable to watch! We had so much fun that she cried when it was time to go, because she didn't want to leave. A great sign that I am in the right career as a baby photographer!
Baby sessions are perfect for capturing all those wonderful milestones throughout the first year - like sitting up, crawling, standing, or turning one! Fill out the contact form to inquire about baby milestone sessions or to go ahead and book. Tender Nest Portraits based in Houston, Texas specializes in creating artful newborn, maternity, and children's portraits in a natural and timeless style. Visit the investment page for more details on session pricing and packages.
Hey there! I'm Anel. Houston photographer, wife to my high school sweetheart, and mama to four wild kids who I homeschool. I love nature, motherhood, taking photos, and living a slow simple life.
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