Sharp Newborn | Utah Newborn Photographer Baby Boy

Little boys, oh my. I love little boys and all the blue and green that comes with it. Especially when they rock their session as much as little C did! Utah Newborn Photographer Baby Boy

He was a 9 lb 15 oz baby and was so good for his newborn session! He was awake most of the session until, you guessed it, the very last pose. BUT he did great.

His two siblings came to his session. We took a couple of quick photos with them and then moved on to his newborn session. He was wide awake! But he was happy and content most of his session. That always makes my job much easier!

Mom wanted a good variety of photos so that’s what we did! She loved the NEW car and the train that Steve Hawkes made for us. We have to agree. The CAR is amazing and so so cute! He did so well and literally wanted to hold his head up the entire time! Such an independent little guy.

Thanks again Sharp Family! So good to see you guys again. And Thanks for hiring me!

Utah Newborn Photographer Baby Boy

 

Utah Newborn Photographer Baby Boy – Session Info

Photographer: Stacey Hansen Photography |  Backgrounds: Intuition Backgrounds | Fabric Background: Roses and Ruffles | Car and Train: Steve Hawkes

Studio Sessions are some of our FAVORITE!  In our Studio, we  control the lights, props, backdrops and even the temperature to an extent but we also offer in home newborn sessions! We have a full list of props and backdrops that we can travel with or you can come to us and have access to them all! There is an additional travel charge for in home sessions.

Interested in session info? Contact us today!
435-770-8608 or staceyhansenphotography@outlook.com

About Stacey Hansen

I'm a 30 something year old wife, mom, step mom, dog mom and photog! I'm passionate about capturing your memories in the moment and creating a unique client experience for all to love.

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