11 Pictures You Should Have of Your Baby

Posted by Julie Morris on Thu, Aug 08, 2013 @ 06:00 AM

11 Photos You Should Have Of Your BabyHaving children changes your life. Any parent will tell you that the good times far outweigh the bad times. Photography is an ideal way to capture some of those "warm and fuzzy" moments.

Already have boxes of baby photos? Converting photos to digital images is a great way to relive those moments in an enhanced way. 

We admit, it’s hard to take a bad picture of an adorable baby but over the years we have come across some of our favorite baby poses. Get ready for a cuteness overload!

11 Pictures You Should Have of Your Baby

1. Baby and Mom

Capture the new Mom glow in a professional black and white photo or use what you have available and convert the photos to digital images and edit them later. Just let Mom know when you’re aiming the camera!

11 Pictures You Should Have Of Your Baby

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2. Baby and Dad

Dad deserves some credit too! Celebrate fatherhood with an intimate photo session. Keeping baby and parents close to each displays the strongest emotions and allows you to zoom in for details.

11 Pictures You Should Have Of Your Baby

Photo Credit: Angela Green Photography

3. Baby and Family

If you have a friend or a tripod, it’s easy to get the whole family in one picture. Get creative. Your favorite pictures might defy the traditional family portrait.

11 Pictures You Should Have of Your Baby

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4. How Old Is That Baby? 

Commemorate your baby’s milestones with a personal photo session. Customize this idea to suit your family and continue it throughout the years. This is a great way to track just how fast they really grow up.

11 Pictures You Should Have Of Your Baby

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5. Baby Learns the Alphabet

Can’t you just feel the love? Babies have a natural tendency to curl into a ball, making them a perfect shoe-in for the letter O. Right now, we can only think of two letters: AW!

11 Pictures You Should Have Of Your Baby

Photo Credit: Etsy

6. Holiday Baby

This is certainly a treat! Holidays are a great time to photograph your baby in unique poses that, otherwise, wouldn’t make sense. Convert photos to digital images from all your old holidays for a great collection.

11 Pictures You Should Have Of Your Baby

Photo Credit: Piccsy

7. Baby in a Basket

Placing your baby in a basket is the ideal way to get a great photograph while also providing a sense of protection. Babies love being swaddled so a basket will help produce serene photos.

11 Pictures You Should Have Of Your Baby

Photo Credit: Kimberlee Kay Photography

8. Baby Jazz Hands

Tiny baby hands and feet are one of the first things we check for and after that, we just can’t get enough of them. Use your zoom to highlight the tiny wrinkles.

11 Pictures You Should Have Of Your Baby

Photo Credit: Freeland Photography

9. Baby with Stuffed Animals

Stuffed animals are synonymous with young children so why not photograph them together? The stuffed animal is a cute prop and provides something soft to comfort the baby.

11 Pictures You Should Have Of Your Baby

Photo Credit: Anne Geddes Baby Pictures

10. Sleepy Baby

This looks like a good spot for a nap! Babies typically sleep anywhere from 16 to 17 hours per day so this pose shouldn’t be too hard to master.

11 Pictures You Should Have Of Your Baby

Photo Credit: My Modern Met

11. Photographer Baby

We couldn’t help ourselves! Might be the cutest photographer we've ever seen.

11 Pictures You Should Have Of Your Baby

Photo Credit: Kimberlin Gray Photography

Once you’ve converted photos to digital images, we can’t promise your baby won’t grow, but your images of them as a baby be will be forever protected.

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