Baby Ayaan’s Newborn Session

The newborn stage is so fleeting, and sometimes it can be hard to schedule a newborn session when life is busy. I am so glad this little guy’s mom scheduled his newborn session even though they were in the middle of moving and remodeling a house! Baby Ayaan was older than most of the newborns I photograph at almost 4 weeks old, but we made it work and his newborn session was a success. ♥

It’s a tradition for Indian babies to wear a black bracelet made of thread or beads to ward off evil spirits. Ayaan’s bracelet was a gift from his grandmother.

baby boy in brown by Douglasville newborn photographer

baby boy in brown hat by Carrollton newborn photographer

This handsome baby boy took a little convincing when it came to sleeping for his newborn portraits!  We were able to get some really sweet swaddled shots though!

baby boy in brown wrap by Newnan newborn photographer

And he made the cutest little “cub” too. ♥

baby boy in bear hat by Atlanta newborn photographer

Carrollton newborn photography of baby boy in bear hat

I’m glad we were able to get some awake shots and this one cracks me up! It looks like he’s ready to conquer the world! And just look at those big brown eyes. ♥

Douglasville newborn photography of awake baby boy

Ayaan’s family brought their furbaby along for their newborn session and the photos of these two together turned out so sweet! My favorites were captured while we were still getting baby settled.

Atlanta newborn photography of baby boy and dog

newborn photographer Newnan baby boy with Yorkie dog

Such a beautiful family …

newborn photographer Douglasville family portrait with baby and dog

and a stunning new mama!

newborn photographer Atlanta mom holding baby boy in black and white

I wish you all the best as your sweet baby boy grows up!

newborn photographer Carrollton parents with new baby in black and white

Newnan newborn photography of family with baby boy and Yorkie dog

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More About Carrollton Newborn Photography by Simply Corey Photography:

Simply Corey Photography is located in West Georgia, near Newnan, Douglasville, Villa Rica, Carrollton, and Bremen. I opened my photography business at the end of 2004 and have had the privilege of photographing many expecting mothersnewborns, and babies with their families throughout metro Atlanta since then.

New parents have the option of coming to my home studio for a custom newborn session or have me come to their home for a lifestyle newborn session within greater Atlanta.

Are you expecting a new baby of your own? I have put together some information together for newborn sessions with Simply Corey Photography, as well as several other types of portrait sessions. Each link provides examples of my work, what to expect, and starting rates. Maternity and newborn sessions, baby milestone sessions, and baby’s first year collections are all available with Simply Corey Photography. You may request detailed pricing and my availability by sending me an email!

Subscribers to my email newsletter receive the first announcements for exclusive photography specials, mini session announcements, and other news from time to time. Be sure to sign up!

You are also welcome to connect with Simply Corey Photography on Facebook and Instagram! I share recent photography sessions, past work, and even a little bit of my everyday often.

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  • AshleyUtterly precious newborn session! Love the whole bracelet thing, it’s such a sweet gift from his grandmother that I’m sure he’ll cherish. I adore this Carrollton family included the whole family, including their pup! ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer RittenberryBaby Ayaan has such a gorgeous newborn portraits gallery! I love the variety you were able to get with him in the cute newborn props and even with his little dog, too!  I know this Carrollton family will treasure all of the memories you have captured for them in your Georgia studio.ReplyCancel

  • Allison AndersonSuch a sweet little baby boy! A month old is tough but you did a wonderful job. I’ve seen the black string on Indian newborn babies — but didn’t actually know what it was for.  ReplyCancel