Dover Baby Photo Shoot – meet 8 month old Dorothy Rose again
One of the best things about my job as a baby photographer is to watch my little newborns growing into smiley babies and then busy little toddlers and then the delightful chatty pre-schoolers……so I was delighted when Dorothy Rose’s Mum called to book her Sitting Baby Photo Shoot. I first met little Dorothy when she was 8 days old and so it was lovely to see her again as a sweet 8 month old.
After we had created a very special Wizard of Oz inspired scene for her Newborn Photo Shoot we just had to repeat that scene. Look how she has grown!! Then our Little Princess sat in the rose storage basket next to her own rocking horse again to show just how much she has grown from the tiny little newborn.
In addition to the Come-Back Scenes, we did some new scenes this time too. Dorothy absolutely loved playing with the baby Grand Piano and quite enjoyed playing with a pink rubber duck in the bath too! Then as it was approaching Christmas, we took some very special Christmas Photos for Mum and Dad to make into a Christmas Card. Dorothy made the cutest little reindeer baby and had great fun playing with the baubles.
I look forward to creating another special shoot for this gorgeous little girl’s 1st Birthday.
Newborn Shoots are best booked while you are still pregnant. I usually suggest booking between your 12 week scan and 20 week scan at the latest. When you book your Newborn Shoot, I reserve a space for you in my diary around the time of your due date, but the actual date is only confirmed once baby arrives. Pre-booking, though does guarantee that I will be able to offer you a space within the crucial first 2 weeks and allows me to juggle my diary to fit all expected babies in.
Kidz Unlimited Photographic Studio is in Margate, Thanet in Kent but babies and children come to us from all over the surrounding areas like Ramsgate, Broadstairs, Herne Bay, Whitstable, Canterbury, Sandwich, Deal, Dover, Folkestone, Ashford and even further afield!
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