Newborn tagged posts

It’s a boy! Tucker helped too! Baby boy annoucement

Sean Wytrwal Photography Tucker

So a few weeks ago we went in for out most recent ultrasound. To our excitement we found out that we are having a baby boy coming to us in Sept/Oct time frame. Immediately we started thinking up ways to announce to our friends and family that “It’s a boy!”… coming soon of course. We decided it would be best to include our fur child Tucker. So Kate and I thought up a few ideas and decided to see what we could actually pull off. Well, our dog is usually pretty good. But, this day he was being a pest and distracted as can be. It took about 2 hours to get these shots, while it doesn’t look like we had a hard time, we did manage pull it off well I think. The only thing we goofed on (and it was because we were so focused on getting the dog to be still) was the baby shoes...

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How about a blog post? Jeez haven’t done one of those in a year or so!

Dear Blog,

I haven’t posted on you in a very long time. I will try to be a better person. I’m sorry.

I figured it was time to finally say something on here. We have so much happen in the past year. I got married we bought a house and moved to another state, we got a dog, I got a studio space in Littleton Massachusetts. I’m sure if I think long enough I can think of more!

In addition to other life changes, I have had some amazing portrait sessions and some awesome weddings! Honestly, I can’t complain the great Bride and Grooms I have had this year. They have all been a ton of fun!

I’ve been doing plenty of portrait sessions too! Lots of newborns and Senior portrait sessions. I love them both! Maybe at some point I will get a chance to do some personal work...

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Baby Nolan Newborn Session

Newborn sessions take time, effort and perseverance. Typically I suggest to do a newborn session within the first 10 days. Some people think I’m nuts when I say that. But, it is the only time that they are that small, believe it or not they grow FAST! Also it is when they are the most sleepy. When newborn pass the two week mark, they hit growth spurts and need constant attention. Before the two week point, it is sooo easy to work with them. They are so sleepy that you can easily put them in poses and not get them mad. This is why I suggest newborns sessions need to be done within the first two weeks.

However, that is not always the case. Sometimes they are born earlier than their due date or later. In the case of Nolan he was born early. Putting him just past the two week mark...

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