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Meet a New Lil’ Girl ……. { Atlanta & Seattle Newborn Photographer}

October 19, 2010

The  long awaited arrival of a sweet little newborn always seems to be anticipated by all.  This particular pretty little newborn arrival was extra special  because she is my little niece named after our grandmother who has meant so many things to me during my life.

I traveled  4 days after her arrival to north of Seattle amongst the San Juan Islands where I grew up  and of course  so excited to meet  Alice.  Wait until you see her hair! (Warning …some may be jealous!)  I enjoyed being with her and getting to know her,even the late night wakings!  It’s certain she has amazing  parents who very much adore her and think the world of her! (Keep up the awesome parenting! )

During the week,   we waited   for good light without the crispness of fall and nicer weather.   Everything worked out great even though it was a little breezy  but luckily for Alice  she is warm natured so she was perfectly fine in a cozy blanket once mom & I  walked her to sleep.  I believe this was the longest newborn session I’ve done at about 4 hours with her appetite.  It was worth every minute!

Your Auntie loves you Alice!


2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 19, 2010 1:55 pm

    Wow! Congratulations on becoming an aunt to such a gorgeous little one.

    I LOVE numbers 1, 2, and 4. Its great to see your new work, you did such an amazing job with these! Thank you for the inspiration, friend!

    Send me an email sometime and let me know know how everything is going!

  2. October 19, 2010 7:51 pm

    Thanks so much Jewel!

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