This was a lovely newborn photoshoot in Winchester. Like a lot of my newborn photography clients these guys had recently moved, so parts of the house remained unfinished. This is quite common for my newborn photoshoots. Moving it seems takes a bit longer than we think.
As sometimes happens, Baby J’s midwife arrived just as I had finished setting up, which is again one of those things that happens quite often on my newborn baby photoshoots. Midwife newborn checks are obviously vitally important – some midwives (and the NHS trust’s they work for) give windows of time slots, some can be flexible, some give you half days time slots.
If at all possible when we arrange our newborn photography session following the birth of your baby (see my booking a newborn photoshoot guide) we should try and avoid a clash with midwife visits, it’s not always possible – they visit in the first ten days, the same as me! Whenever a midwife turns up it’s no problem, I’ll have a cuppa please.
This blanket was the Dad’s when he was a newborn.
I thought we’d got on pretty well but it seems that Baby J had other ideas 🙂