Finally home!

I travel back to the cutest little house in Hampton, Virginia, to photograph a sweet family that I met several years ago photographing their first little baby. I've had the honor and the pleasure of photographing this family several times now, from the time their daughter was just a newborn with the most gorgeous dark hair I had ever seen. 

They booked my Belly + Baby Collection and I was so excited after their session to meet these sweet babies, yes, BABIES. Twins. How perfectly lovely! 

I got a text a few days later saying that the boys had made their way earthside, but that they were going to be in NICU for a while. 

NICU mamas, I have to tell you. Ya'll are absolutely angels on Earth. 

Warrior Mamas. 

mother watching baby with feeding tube in swing in hampton, virginia in home newborn session

While in the womb, the twins developed something called Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome, or TTTS. Baby N came home after 89 long days in the NICU and sweet little Baby J came home after 152 days. I'm sure the days seemed absolutely endless- always having to leave half of your heart behind each night to go home to your other babies that needed you. 

It's been such a long road, but now, finally all under one roof, the real fun can begin! I can't wait to see what trouble these brothers get into as they get older! What a blessing and what a wild ride it will be! 

twin newborn boys with parents in home session hampton, virginia

"No language can express the power and beauty and heroism of a mother’s love." ~Edwin H. Chapin

big sister holding baby brother's hand hampton, virginia in home session
baby boy on couch smiling in home session hampton, virginia
little girl with glasses sitting on bed with baby brother in hampton, virginia home

To schedule your newborn Storytelling Session or to learn more about the Belly + Baby Collection, please reach out to me! I'd love to hear from you. You can use the Contact tab above.

If you would like more information or support for TTTS (or if you'd like to make a donation), please visit this website! It's an amazing network of information, support, and resources.