I have to be completely honest with you here. Sophia may have been one of my easiest babies to photograph. She was totally out when I got there and pretty much stayed in a deep sleep the entire shoot. I also have to be honest, I had some awesome assistants for this shoot- Mom, Dad, Grandma and an auntie- they helped streamline everything and doted on little Sophia. They moved props, changed Sophia and came up with some of their own fun poses. So, what I want you to know is that I can’t take all the credit for how amazing Sophia looks, because between her awesome nap skills and her kind family- it basically took a village for these photos, and I am so grateful for that.
This little lady arrived early, so when her mom e-mailed me to say she was ready to schedule her shoot I was a little surprised. It wasn’t even her due date yet! But, as babies sometimes do- Sophia made an early entrance into the world and thankfully she is doing great. Mom and Dad seemed to have everything under control, and I couldn’t help but watch as they lovingly passed Sophia between the two of them. I know I have said it before, but one of my favorite interactions to watch is between a new mom and dad. They pass their little one back and forth so gingerly, basically radiating love between the three of them. I mean if you ever need a good dose of positiveity in your life, just watch a brand new mom and dad pass their little one between the two of them. It is the sweetest.
Sophia is undoubtedly already so loved. Remember that village I was talking about? I think they all would do just about anything for Sophia. She is going to be so lucky growing up with that kind of love and support around her. I am continuously grateful that I get to share in these moments with families and feel that indescribable love in their homes. Enjoy loving on your little lady, Giannosa family!