Please note that we are currently not accepting any new births at this time.
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I can not begin to tell you just how precious these twins are!
I’ve known Pam and Eric a long time now and these babies were a miracle in the making.
They are as different as night and day, and completely perfect in their differences.
I wish Pam and Eric the most blessed lives, as these two little ones grow and blossom into everything that makes their parents smile.
Cynthia has been my client and friend for more than six years now, so I was so thrilled to photograph the birth of her first child!
This was my first ever, home birth and it was such a wild experience!
Such beauty and grace. The female body is extraordinary in its abilities to conceive, grow and birth a child naturally.
The birth was monitored by the midwife and supported by a doula.
And then there was Helder. The love between Cynthia and Helder was incredible.
He was so supportive and was an absolutely integral part of the entire experience.
Please share in this beautiful experience:
First babies can be so unpredictable. Kathy’s water broke on a Monday night, around 11:30pm.
We all thought, “Wow, here we go! We are going to have a baby in less than 24 hours!”
But sweet Victoria Grace had other plans.
After making her mother labour for what seemed like forever, this beautiful little girl finally arrived by cesarean section on Wednesday evening at Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington.
Ironically, it was a full moon and true to form the hospital was swamped with new mama’s ready to delivery their babies.
I’m so honoured to have captured this beautiful event for Kathy and Derek and I’m more thrilled to know that they will treasure these photos forever.
I’m including a beautiful note written to me this morning by Kathy, that I believe describes the process beautifully.
Thank you Kathy and Derek for sharing your most important memories with me. xoxo
“Jennifer, we can’t thank you enough for being there during the birth of our baby girl Victoria! A lot of people including my own husband were a little hesitant on hiring a birth photographer but I knew that this was something that I really wanted! I told him to consider it an early Mother’s Day gift.
When we originally touched base you weren’t sure if you would be able to take us on because of the unpredictability of scheduling these types of photo sessions. I am so thankful that it did work out and that you were able to capture not only the images in the memories of the day but all the photos tell a story and you can feel the emotion in them!
At no point during our labor , which seemed to last forever , did I feel uncomfortable or awkward knowing that someone was taking a picture. Not only did you candidly take the photos but you also offered words of advice and encouragement from your own experiences.
The photos are absolutely stunning and they will be treasured for the many years to come period I can’t wait to show Victoria and tell her about her birth story. The only thing that I regret is not taking a photo with you that day to capture you in the memories.
Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts for taking these beautiful pictures ???”
A few months ago, a fellow photographer (and now friend) asked me if I would photograph her birth.
The idea thrilled me, but I had a lot of reservations about how to make it work. Scheduling birth sessions is a tricky feat indeed!
But I really loved the idea and was determined to make this work.
As a result of this one little inquiry, I now have a new niche market and I love what I’m doing.
Finally, this little baby arrived. The baby that started it all.
Sarah had envisioned a stunning home birth, but due to medical complications, was forced to have a hospital birth and induction in Elora.
I know she was devastated, but the health of mama and baby always come first.
Despite the induction, things happened quickly and after only a few short hours, baby Jasper was born!
Please welcome Jasper and congratulate Sarah and Jeff for me!