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sleepy baby boy {mooresville newborn photography}

By March 6, 2017 No Comments

I met the sweetest new family of 3 Friday! Their new baby boy was super sleepy and we had a fantastic newborn session. This family was so much fun to work with and came as a referral from another fantastic client of mine! They drove all the way to my studio in Lake Wylie from Mooresville <3 Once they arrived I got to take over baby duties for them 🙂 New dad got to pick up some baby calming techniques while new mom got a little pampering 🙂 I started with the little man’s individual photos and he was precious. He spent a bit in the NICU and has filled out nicely…I love those chubby cheeks and rolls! After getting some photos on the bean bag we moved to the floor. He made himself comfortable and moved his hands into the cutest positions around his face. The nursery is decorated in navy, white and gray so we used those colors for inspiration. I absolutely love the floor set up for the family photo too! So excited to share these images <3  Congrats U family!! Here are several favorites from our time together – Enjoy!

sleepy baby boy {mooresville newborn photography}

sleepy baby boy {mooresville newborn photography}

sleepy baby boy {mooresville newborn photography}

sleepy baby boy {mooresville newborn photography}

sleepy baby boy {mooresville newborn photography}

sleepy baby boy {mooresville newborn photography}

sleepy baby boy {mooresville newborn photography}

sleepy baby boy {mooresville newborn photography}

sleepy baby boy {mooresville newborn photography}

sleepy baby boy {mooresville newborn photography}

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Beth Wade Photography is located outside Charlotte, NC in Lake Wylie, SC. Beth Wade is Charlotte’s premier newborn photographer specializing in artistic custom family photography. As a professional photographer, Beth captures maternitynewbornbaby and family portraits in Charlotte, North Carolina, Lake Wylie-Fort Mill-Tega Cay, South Carolina and all surrounding areas.