Woodside Newborn Photography | Isla

Woodside Newborn Photography is a favorite of mine, especially when I get to photograph days-old babies in their new home. When babies are first born, I find it’s easier on mom and baby to conduct their sessions in the cozy surroundings of home. This beautiful first time mom was radiant and glowing while cuddling with her baby girl.

mom cuddling newborn during a woodside newborn photography session

We stepped outside for a bit to capture some of the gorgeous wooded environment around their home.

young mom snuggling with newborn girl during a woodside photo session

This sweet little girl just loved being held and cuddled by her mom.

new mom with baby and dogs at home session in woodside

Their two dogs wanted to be part of the action too!

mom and daughter looking at reflection in mirror at in home session in woodside

Looking at reflections of mom and daughter. Baby Isla was alert most of the time we spent together.

newborn yawning during an in home photo session in woodside

The yawns are just too adorable! Isla was fighting sleep but was content throughout the session.

mom and newborn daughter during an in home photo session woodside

first time mom with newborn during an in home session in woodside

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I got to see some of the family heirlooms and gifts for Isla during the Woodside newborn photography session.

If you are expecting a child and would like to have newborn photography of your baby, please contact me to discuss pricing and scheduling at 415. 518. 8880. I adore photographing little ones anytime but there is something super special about the first days of life. I specialize in Woodside Newborn Photography and also serve the towns between San Francisco and San Jose. Please get in touch for location information at anna@annadobrenski.com.

 


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