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Baby S | Stamford, CT Newborn Photographer

January 14, 2020

Baby S came in with his family for his newborn session at just 2 weeks new. He was such a such a ham for the camera sleeping for most of the session. He did flash his great big beautiful eyes for a couple shots, but he was so calm he went right back to sleep. Baby S had some of the most amazing hair I have ever seen on a newborn and I couldn’t in my right mind put on too many hats. We needed to show off all that hair. Check out some of my favorite photos from his session. Tell me in the comments your favorite <3


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Elizabeth Frederick Photography is a CT Newborn & Baby Photographer located in the central Connecticut servicing all of CT including New Haven, Litchfield, Fairfield, Hartford, Tolland & New London Counties. EFP is best known for her use of color & props throughout the session for a truly custom photography session.

If you are searching for a Newborn Photographer in CT, CT Baby Photographer, CT Smash Cake Photographer, CT Maternity Photographer, CT Maternity Photography, CT Smash Cake Photography, CT Pregnancy Photographer, New Haven Newborn Photographer,  Southbury Newborn Photographer, CT Fall Mini Session Photographer, CT Family Photographer, Portland CT Photographer, CT Smash Cake Photographer, CT Holiday Photography or CT First Birthday Photographer, Newborn Photos in CT, please contact me at liz@ElizabethFrederickPhotography.com at your earliest convenience.  Elizabeth Frederick Photography books 2-4 months in advance. It is best to book your Newborn Photography session while you are still pregnant to guarantee availability.

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