As she slipped into a deeper sleep, her tiny lips gently parted. A soft sigh whispered on her breath.Later, as she drifted out of sleep, grins danced across her face.
Babies don't usually give their "social smiles" until they're 6 to 8 weeks old. At this age, you can smile and coo at your baby and they'll start rewarding you with a grin in response.
I definitely can't promise parents smiling newborn portraits--but I love when I capture a baby's quickly changing facial expressions to grab one.
Kathryn blessed us with several smiles at her studio newborn session--soft and sweet in the basket and wide-awake with her goofy tongue poking out while in her mama's arms.
Leave a comment to share the love with Kathryn and her parents before you go. If your interested in trying your luck to capture a smile for your own newborn, contact me to start planning your session.