300 Babies – Boston Newborn Photographer

A few months ago I hit a pretty big milestone – I photographed my 300th newborn! 300 babies! That’s…a lot. I still have to wrap my head around it sometimes. I had fewer people in my graduating class from high school. (I chuckle at the thought that I could have potentially taken baby photos for an entire graduating high school class!)

This little lady could not have been a better baby to help me celebrate this milestone. She was 11 (yes, 11) pounds of pure perfection. Even though every baby is different, I do find that the “bigger” babies are usually easier to work with. They sleep longer and harder and usually just need one big feeding to get them to pass out. That’s exactly what she did. I was a little hesitant that she wouldn’t fit into many of my props, but I managed to get her comfortably into one of my favorite baskets. 😉

boston newborn photographer


boston newborn photographer

Boston Newborn Photographer

Newborn portraits are truly a special keepsake for you and your child! Your baby will only be this small for a short period of time. I love capturing all of the details you’ll want to remember about your brand new baby – those little fingers, tiny toes, and kissable cheeks! It’s best to book your newborn session early in your second trimester. Your due date is used to reserve space on my calendar and a firm date is set for your session once your baby arrives. Newborn photography is best between 6-14 days of life. Your baby will still be sleepy and flexible enough for those adorable newborn poses you love.

Julie Freitas Photography is based out of Beverly, MA but serves clients from all over the Boston area including Cambridge, Somerville, Brookline, and Arlington. All sessions take place in Julie’s studio which is fully stocked with beautiful props, bonnets, headbands, blankets, and other accessories.

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