Before I tell you all about my session with baby Cash. I need to tell you that Baby Cash’s mommy and I go way back, When Cash’s mom was in kindergarten, I worked at the school she attended. I became friends with Taylor’s mom. We go way back…. Honestly after typing that I had to pull my hands away from the keyboard and take a step back, I can not believe she is a married and a mommy to Cash. To watch her grow up has been not only a blessing but an honor. She is such an amazing mom and wife.
Let’s get to the studio session with Cash…. I had a few poses and props that just arrived at the studio that I had to use in his session. Let me show you a few from his session.
Cash is a strong little guy, I can not believe he was all about holding the bear. He grabbed the bear with his hands and fisted the fur. He was not letting go. I normally would wait for our babies to relax their hands and stretch them out but I honestly wanted to get Cash in his moments of sweetness and so I just took the photo and I am so glad I did.
Cash was not very sleepy during our session together but, he helped me get all the sleepy photos. Thank you Cash!
During this part of our session, I wrapped Cash… He is very STRONG! He wiggled his way out of our wrap and he showed me he was in charge. “insert giggles.” I allowed him to tell me what kind of wrap he wanted and he definitely wanted to snuggle his arms close. Once I wrapped him, cuddled him and he ate he was good and sleepy.
Again, Can we just look at this baby’s grip on the ball. Uncle Nick will definitely need to watch out as when Cash starts walking he will be stealing all those wins on the football field.
I saved this one for last as I could not resist our little barista in training. How cute is he in our Starbucks apron.
Do you have a little one getting ready to make his or her arrival? I would love to create your little ones newborn story. I am booking newborn studio sessions and have several new props being delivered daily.
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