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Avery | Woodlands Newborn Photographer

Well everyone, I am OFFICIALLY on maternity leave and counting down the days until our baby girl makes her debut!! Miss Avery was my very last session and she was absolutely amazing! How sweet are her cute little cheeks, and of course her doting older siblings! I absolutely loved working with this sweet family! I met mom at A&M when she was in my FISH CAMP!! So it was so great seeing her after all of these years. I will officially be taking on newborn sessions, as well as fall family and mini sessions starting October 1, 2017! Can’t wait to see all the sweet new babies!

We decided to use simple, dainty, and vintage accents in miss Avery’s newborn session! Check out the images below! I am also incredibly excited to announce that there will now be an option to ADD ON Lifestyle family photos to a newborn package versus the standard family photos in front of my back drop! If you’d like to see what I mean scroll down!

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