Barber Family // Utah Newborn Lifestyle Photographer

Barber Family // Utah Newborn Lifestyle Photographer

We visited Washington at the end of May. While we were there I was able to capture the Barber family and it was such a delight! I was able to capture this family initially when they had their first son, Owen and to be able to capture them again is wonderful. It really was perfectly well timed. I was so glad that we were visiting at the time that Ian was born. Owen was such a good older brother and you can tell he loves Ian. Having that kind of love is so lovely in the beginning. I am sure the Barbers are feeling blessed. 

Gray Family // Utah Lifestyle Photographer

Gray Family // Utah Lifestyle Photographer

A cute little family of 3 have hit the blog! This one is pretty cute. I've been shooting so many newborns recently it was fun to have a change of pace. Although Oliver was a newborn only a few months before taking these. But I still think it's different. And Oliver is to die for! He really is such a cute kid. When I got home and showed my husband he said "they have a pretty cute kid". He doesn't say stuff like that very often, so you know he means it. 

Bulter Family // Utah Lifestyle Newborn Photographer

Bulter Family // Utah Lifestyle Newborn Photographer

Babies Babies Babies! I love having babies in my studio! Like seriously can life get much better? I am a HUGE fan of getting a newborn lifestyle session done after having babies. It's a great way to capture those first few days and the deep and tender love that is found instantly when a baby is put into your arms.

Donakey Family // Utah Newborn Lifestyle Photographer

Donakey Family // Utah Newborn Lifestyle Photographer

This was the first lifestyle newborn session I was able to do in my studio and I am in LOVE with all the images that came from it. We actually knew the Donakey family back when we were childless and so were they! We all were in school and married when we first met. In fact Ken was one of the leaders of our church in the area we were living.