Sunday, September 13, 2009

Baby Boy!

There's something special about new parents. They seem to have a bit more pride, a bit more happiness, and a bit more love inside them. I love the energy new mommies and daddies have for each other, their new baby, and the world. Scott and Julie are no exception. They are the new parents of "B".

Scott and Julie asked me to photograph their son a few weeks ago. He's only a few months old, and such a cutie-pie! He had me smiling and laughing through this entire session.

Julie had a fabulous idea to use this bowl and cookie dough as a photo prop. I was like, "heck yeah!! Let's do it!" Love, love this picture!!

Another few of my favorite photos are the next two below. There's something so sweet about a mother and her little baby.

It wouldn't be a baby photo session without capturing those little fingers and toes!!!

"B" did so good during his first photo shoot, but it tired him out at the end. He fell asleep in his daddy's arms. Sooooo sweet!

Thank you Julie and Scott for inviting me into your home. I enjoyed spending time with you and that adorable boy of yours!!!


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Hello. My name is Danielle Daigle. I am a photographer in the Phoenix area. I love taking pictures and capturing those special moments in life. I consider myself a lifestyle photographer, because I want to capture what's important to you in your life... think "documentary meets fine art"!

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