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Several days ago, I asked Bryan to set up a backdrop and lights from his portable picture studio and take pictures of Bryson Luke. I love my husband’s photography, and he didn’t disappoint with Bryson’s first photo shoot! These pictures are definitely keepers.
Newborn photography is a chance to capture the memories of tiny babes. They grow and change so quickly, so pictures help us all remember how tiny we all start. It’s crazy how much Bryson has already changed, and he’s just over a month old now.
To keep the focus on Bryson, we didn’t use any fancy props or anything for this photo shoot. Just a couple of baby blankets to keep any spit up off the backdrop and on something a little easier to wash! 😀
I’ve seen tons of pictures of newborn feet lately, but we hadn’t captured this shot with any of our other kids. So, I asked Bryan to zoom in on Bryson’s feet. He did, and I’m thrilled with the result.
Bryson wasn’t too happy with this whole process, so he needed some comfort. As I was lying with him, Bryan captured this picture of our hands. Such a sweet memory, and I’m thankful he was able to frame it just right.
We took these pictures after the other kids were all in bed, but I’m looking forward to taking a new set of family photos soon. I’ll be sure to share them once we do. The first pics showing us as a family of ten.
Bryson gets lots of love! The kids enjoy holding him and giving him kisses. Simon says he’s cute, and Brynna giggles at her baby “bwother.”
There’s definitely not a shortage of love around here, and I’m thankful for each of the blessings that God has given us!
I’m also thankful that Bryson’s heart hasn’t appeared to have any more trouble. We haven’t noticed any of the warning signs the cardiologist asked us to look for. Of course we’ll still head back for a rescan when he’s a year, to make sure the hole that was there has closed on its own.
And here’s one more picture of Bryson before I hit publish on this post: