Baby G | Brant Newborn Photographer { Paris, ON Baby Photography }

Sweet Baby Gabriel – Brant Newborn Photographer

Honestly, all I can say about this baby is holy handsome! What a gorgeous little guy.  And, to top it off, he was so good to me! He came in for his mini session all sleepy and ready to be photographed. All was going perfectly. We had him wrapped up tightly and ready for “potato sack” pose. My assistant and I had him all settled in. I stopped to slightly reposition him and suddenly he vomited. And I mean, it was epic. Right into his sweet little hands (and into the hands of my assistant who caught the majority of it to save my rug and the wrap). Mom and dad felt so bad, but there is no need at all!  Things like that happen to us all the time. We laughed, cleaned him up and swaddled him in a new wrap. After that, he was ready to go.  We really never know what is going to happen during a newborn session and that is part of the reason I love being a newborn photographer!!

Here are some of my favourite images from Baby G’s session:

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Photography by: Kelly Temple | Brant Newborn Photographer

Bonnets provided by Noa’s Knits

If you would like to book a newborn photo session with Kelly, please contact me via email: kellytemplephotography@live.ca or phone: 519-717-7002 . Newborn packages are available in mini sessions, a regular and a full session option. Book a full or regular newborn session and receive a complimentary mini maternity session (includes a 20 minute session and four digital images). We also specialize in outdoor family photography, baby milestone photography including sitter sessions / 6-9 month sessions and baby’s birthday cake smash and birthday photography. To inquire about a session, please send us an inquiry through the “contact” form or email or phone using the information above! Also, visit us on Facebook for the most up-to-date images.

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