I’m so happy to share a few images from a recent photo session. I photographed big sister when she was the same age. It’s always fun to see my newborns all grown up. Little Miss Faye was so sweet as the big sister. She couldn’t wait to snuggle her little baby sister and give her all the kisses.
At the end of this at home Newport Beach newborn photography session, we headed out to the beach for a few additional shots. It was a little chilly, but I’m so glad we did. The baby was all snuggled and warm, so she was happy and content for this part of the shoot. She’ll most likely grow up by the beach, so I love that her first days of life are documented there.
**Photos taken by Kristin Eldridge, Newport Beach newborn photographer
I don’t think I need to tell you about how sweet it is when older siblings immediately fall in love with their brand new brother. The photos tell the story. It makes my job so easy when the love is just oozing out of your every pore. Whether it’s a brand new baby or a family that’s been a family for years, it doesn’t matter. You can’t fake love. And you can’t deny it either.
When I’m photographing families, I’ll ask them to do things like snuggle or get close or just hang out like you do at home. It’s so much fun to see them show love in their own unique way. And to see older siblings (and parents!) welcome a brand new life into the family, it’s like heart warming and tear-jerking and all the heart eye emojis.
This sweet little one was born in December and I went to her bright and airy home in Newport Beach to do her photo session. There’s something about lots of white (so fresh!) and skin that’s only 7 days old (even fresher!).
I guess Cooper was right! Today, I went to Anthropologie at Fashion Island to photograph the visual team modeling outfits as part of their spring inspiration.
Anthropologie has done it right. They hire teams of people to turn their stores into eye candy. The type that doesn’t let you get out of the store without something you MUST have. They have a cohesive theme amongst the stores, but each store you visit will be unique. It makes us consumers need to visit any Anthro we come across, because NO we haven’t seen it all.
Kelly told me someone wanted to literally take off this necklace and buy it. Me too!