Expecting a Winter Baby? {A Maternity Session}


Oh baby, oh baby! One of the downsides of expecting a baby in a COLD WEATHER area that gets plenty of dustings but rarely gets measurable snowfall, is that your maternity pictures can suffer. You either don't get pictures taken, you freeze your butt off with a super bland landscape (or perhaps you get lucky and it snows one day (at least 3 inches) and freeze your butt off), or you find an indoor photographer! My clients know that my studio area is tiny and geared to shooting children. Think 10x10 with a cut out for a closet. In that cut out, I have my backdrop, which is 5' wide and I use a 4' flooring area. I'm the first to admit that it makes working indoors with adults difficult. Multiple children takes some ingenuity, and families are super close and cuddled into each other (I only offer family to newborns in studio, and with more then 3 children we go outside). One adult fits nicely in my studio and I've been practicing new techniques to really make indoor sessions pop. Being pregnant and growing a baby is literally the most amazing thing in the world. I am STILL in AWE of the process and I've birthed 5 children! Of course dur