I first met this sweet family for big brother’s one year session and was so excited when they asked me to photograph their family again for this little one’s newborn portraits. I have seen a lot of changes in Raleigh traffic over the past year (Um – wow! It is A LOT different!) and the morning of this session, 540 was completely closed. Does that really happen? That was the only day I’ve ever heard of 540 being closed. The thought of sitting stuck on a highway for hours stressed me out to no end so thank goodness my husband is so great at maps and directions and he got me out and away from the traffic and I finally arrived at this session. Whew. You can see how giggly and happy big brother was – that first picture of him peeking out the window and laughing has got to be one of my favorites. He is just sooo adorable! (And the image of him playing with his dinosaur – soooo cute) I know I say it all the time but I just love newborn sessions at home in the first two weeks. Yes, everyone’s tired (one reason why it is nice to have the photographer come to your home) but it’s always so sweet to photograph the excitement and love of having a new baby. I’m now booking newborns in January/February so if you are thinking of booking a newborn session, contact me for more information!
Rebecca Keller is a Raleigh Newborn Photographer. Contact Rebecca Keller Photography for more information about Cary Raleigh Newborn Family Photography in Raleigh, Wake Forest, and Cary, North Carolina.