My sweet baby girl is almost a month old already. It really does go by as fast as everyone says. Which is why I took my time getting her pictures edited. I made sure to soak up as much Mia as possible during her first month. Much time was spent just holding and starring. And now in order to get these posted I’m typing while bouncing her in her bouncer with my foot. Lol. I’m really going to have to do some major multi-tasking in order to get any work done around here if I plan to keep Mia at home & work at the same time. We’ll see how it goes.
Taking her newborn pictures wasn’t easy. You know how everyone says to nap when they nap? Well, I couldn’t do that. I had to skip the naps during the first week in order to take her pictures. Needless to say I was a walking zombie. Thank goodness for my mom, who literally spooned food into my mouth in between shots. Thank you mom! xoxo.
Please excuse the OVER SHARPNESS of these. It was an editing accident that would have taken too long to fix.
My talented mom made this adorable butterfly sleep sack and hat. Everyone tells her she should open an Etsy shop. Mia loves it. It’s not just a prop. She actually sleeps in it every night.
So it turns out that Mia is a spitting image of her father. Their newborn comparison shots are identical! My favorite part of their similarities is their hairline. They both have a dramatic widow’s peak. I love giving Mia a mini mohawk like daddy (even though it makes her look like a boy).
This afghan has been in my family for a while now. There are pictures of my brother and I laying on it when we were newborns.I decided to make it a tradition to photograph every newborn in our family on it. I got one of my brother’s son, Hank on it and now Mia. It was also part of my inspiration for Mia’s nursery. It’s laying on the back of her glider.
Another sleep sack and hat by my mom.
This one on the bottom left is daddy’s favorite that he wants for his office.
My mom took this one of Mia and I. Good job mom!
This one was surprisingly easy to get. We have some good dogs.