Thursday, December 21, 2017

boutique fresh 48 photography at Womens Hospital in Greensboro North Carolina.

Fresh 24 photography

I met the most precious family at Womens Hospital in Greensboro to document this sweet life only hours fresh. Her brothers and family were over the moon to meet her and being able to document these first was my absolute pleasure.

This poor mother suffered from Hyperemesis Gravidarum and all that keeps playing in my mind is when I walked in the room and gave her a big hug and asked how she was feeling, she said with a huge smile on her face " I feel so at peace".

If you would like to read more about her journey please head over to her blog post!

Saturday, December 9, 2017

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One stop photography/doula studio for maternity through first year of life services

Hello everyone!!! Myself and business partner Leslie are proud to announce that we will be opening up a maternity through the first year photography studio and doula services in downtown Burlington. We are very excited to offer these amazing services to families across the Triad and Triangle areas of North Carolina.

To find out more about our services please visit our webpages

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<3 Wishing you the best <3

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Pregnancy and infant loss awareness month| Foot prints left on our hearts| I have foot prints on my heart| Love at First Sight Photography & Doula Services

Pregnancy & infant loss awareness month 

Last month was pregnancy and infant loss awareness month. I got to spend an amazing afternoon building up a village with a few local families. Lots of hugs, smiles, and a few tears as we talked and remembered the little ones that were lost to soon. We ended the day with a sweet sky lantern release and unity string circle.

A few of the families have since had 
A "rainbow baby" which is a baby that is born following the loss of another baby.

In the real world, a beautiful and bright rainbow follows a storm and gives hope of things getting better.
The rainbow does not negate the storm, but acknowledges it and creates something beautiful. Storm-clouds might still be overhead as the family continue to cope with the loss, but something colorful and bright has emerged from the darkness.

"I will not cause pain without allowing something new to the born, says the lord." Isaiah 66:9

 Thank you to all that came out, supported and made a village. I am looking forward to doing this next year and keeping not only mine but your little ones memory alive <3  

A special thank you to Rachel Fann from Seasons of Life Photography for coming out and helping me document this event. To find out more about her services please clink the link above