The Beautiful Birth Story Of Lydia | Washington DC Birth Photographer | Baby Number 1
Washington DC Birth Photographer
Usually when I tell people I am a Washington DC birth photographer it goes something like this…”Birth photography, you mean, actually being IN THE ROOM, for…that?!” I chuckle a bit and explain to them it’s not THAT shot, the one everyone sees in their mind when they hear the term “birth photographer”.
Being a Washington DC birth photographer means I get to share a families story of one of the most monumental days of their lives. With social media as relevant as it is in our lives, people capture and document everything. Their Starbucks order of choice, to-do lists, new shoes, I could go on and on. It is also standard practice to hire a professional photographer to capture your wedding, when your baby turns one, engagement pictures, Christmas card pictures etc, so why not capture the story of your child’s birth day, a dad meeting his brand new daughter, or the first family photo?
The Birth Story Of Lydia
These images of Lydia’s birth encompass so many of the reasons why I love my job, and why I think birth photography is so important. While I usually let the images speak for themselves, I have to tell you how humbling it was to witness this birth and how blessed I feel to share these images with you. Hannah labored completely naturally with the support of her husband, Jake, her doula, midwife, and a midwifery student. Everyone had a certain calm about them, which we all agreed was the Lord’s presence in the room. Each birth is different form the last and will be different from the ones in the future, which gives me something to appreciate about all them.
A Note About Washington DC Birth Photography
While this Washington DC birth photography session was capture many years ago, I am currently taking on a limited number of birth photography session each year. Hiring me as your Washington DC Birth Photographer means that I will be on call to capture your birth story for two weeks prior to your estimated due date and for two weeks following your estimated due date. Ensuring I have room in my schedule to accommodate both birth photography clients and be a Washington DC Newborn photographer means that I must limit the number of sessions I take at any given time. Please feel to contact me here for further information, as I would love to hear from you!
Did you enjoy reading this post from a Washington DC Birth Photographer? Are you hoping to see more posts like it? You can find more newborn photography blog posts from a Washington DC Newborn Photographer and a Northern Virginia Newborn Photographer here, here, and here. If you are looking for studio maternity photos or lifestyle newborn photography in your home, you can find those here and here!
Ever wondered what a newborn photographer recommends you pack for your newborn session? Find my packing list over on this blog post. If you are looking for more tips and tricks, you can find my Must Have Newborn Items From A Newborn Photographer here, or Breastfeeding Must Haves From A Twin Mom Here.
Please contact me if you’re looking for an in-studio lifestyle newborn photography session, an in home lifestyle newborn photography session, or a studio maternity session, or a milestone session with your baby and loved ones. I would love to work with you! You can also visit my portfolio here or follow me on Instagram for updates on availability and upcoming events. Santa sessions take place each fall in the studio and all families are welcome to join the waitlist! You can also visit my portfolio here or follow me on Instagram for updates on availability and upcoming events. Additionally, head over to my Pinterest for ideas and inspiration for our session together.