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I was referred to Bindi and JP, by an awesome friend and client of mine.
Bindi had been feeling a lot of discomfort with this pregnancy so we decided to do the session a little early, at just 27 weeks.
When I arrived at their home, I was surprised at how tiny Bindi was, because she was pregnant with twin girls! (I am sensing a theme here.)
On a side note they also had the most adorable puppy I’d ever seen!
Just a few short weeks after this session Bindi gave birth so I am incredible grateful we did this session early!

Please enjoy some highlights from this shoot.

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On February 8th, Monica and Ron woke up knowing they were going to have two new additions to the family this day!
Two baby girls were arriving via induction on this date and let me tell you, the excitement and nerves were palpable.
We also knew that Monica would be delivering the girls in the Operating Room, because she would be delivering twins which put her in the “high risk” category.
Photographers are not allowed in the OR, so we were only able to document the events surrounding the deliveries but not the deliveries themselves.
As Monica, Ron, Monica’s mom and I arrived at the hospital we were disappointed to find out that the Respiratory Therapist was unavailable due to illness, and that her induction would have to be postponed by 3-4 hours.  Although it was disappointing, we still knew these baby girls were coming and we all made the best of it!
After a few phone calls to supportive family members who were helping babysit their toddler at home, all was good.  Monica was induced by 1pm and things went very smoothly and exactly as expected. There was some walking, laughing, crying and much, much, MUCH anticipation.
Near the end the epidural went in, and Monica and Ron left her mom and me for the O.R.
Within less than hour, 2 brand new baby girls emerged from the elevator wrapped in their mam’s arms.
Monica’s mom was full of relief and pride as we all returned to the birthing room.
From beginning to end, it was a full day but it was SO worth it.

Please enjoy my favorites from this perfect February day.

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So this was it.  My first time photographing a birth.
I’ve experienced birth as a mother.  I’ve experienced birth as a registered nurse. But this was my first time experiencing birth as a photographer.
And it was Ahhhhhh…mazing!
Every single photo I took was full of emotion and excitement.
I loved it.  And now that I’ve documented it, I think everyone should do this!
What an incredible memory to keep for always.

Please enjoy my favorites of baby Nolan’s entrance into this world.
(Thank you Tara and Richard for giving me this experience and starting me down this fantastic new path in my career!)

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One of the pleasure of being a photographer is documenting life’s ever changing moments.
I am so honoured to have been a part of Kelly and Fausto’s  huge family milestones over the years.
From their wedding, to newborn sessions, I feel very deeply connected to them all.  It really does bring great meaning into my life.

Today, I’m introducing their new’s little bundle Austin.  He is the spitting image of his big brother.
I have a feeling these two little boys are going to be best friends in the years to come.

Here are just a couple of teaser from Austin’s newborn session.


Jennifer Images Lifestyle Newborn Session

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Isn’t there just something so perfect about outdoor maternity sessions?
The flowers, the lighting, the romantic nature of it all.
Kelly and her beautiful family did her maternity session at Lowville Park in Burlington at it could not be more beautiful.

Here are my favorites to share with all of you.

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