Coffee Creek Studio ~ Newborn Photography

After babies are born they change so very quickly. For that reason I adore doing Fresh 48 sessions! Having these memories from your time in the hospital just after your new addition to your family has arrived is so precious. This was extra special because it was my family! Newborn baby girl Evelyn is my niece, and her mama is my sister! She was so very alert during her hospital session and I fell in love with her the minute I met her. She looked so intensely curious about the world with her big beautiful eyes.

She has two older siblings, my gorgeous niece and nephew, to show her the ropes. Blake and Halle were incredibly excited about their new baby sister. Halle beamed with pride when she got to hold “her baby”. I don’t think Blake will mind being the middle child, he was pretty psyched to be able to even hold Evelyn’s tiny head! The way these two looked over her bassinet at her melted my heart. In fact it was hard to get a picture without big brother and sister!

My sister and brother in law were “new parents” for the third time and looked like their hearts had grown another size with their addition. Blake was constantly asking Dad to hold him up so he could get a better look at his new baby sister. Even when Bill and Lori were holding the baby her older siblings were hovering protectively over her. I could have photographed them getting to know baby Evelyn all day long.

Of course because she’s the star of the show, I took many pictures of just baby girl. Its amazing how much smaller babies are in just the few days difference between when parents bring newborns into my studio to do a posed newborn session.

Welcome to the world Evelyn! Your family loves you so much already!




Coffee Creek Studio is based out of Shelbyville, Indiana, and is owned and operated by Amy Haehl, who specializes in engagement, wedding, maternity and newborn photography, as well as mentoring other photographers. Coffee Creek Studio serves Indianapolis, Indiana and all surrounding areas.



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