Category Archives: Birth Stories

A few days leading up to Riggs’s due date, there was a significant ice freeze in Birmingham, which made travel dangerous and nearly impossible. I was hoping and praying that mama would not go into labor until we could all safely get to the hospital. Luckily Riggs had similar plans. With light labor starting up,…

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  • BrynnanJuly 27, 2017 - 4:58 pm

    Well this one made me all kinds of teary! Beautiful photos!ReplyCancel

    • carmenbmichaelAugust 17, 2017 - 12:26 am

      Right? It’s hard for me not to get teary when watching a woman give birth!ReplyCancel

1. Your Partner Can Be Actively Present  One of the easiest things you could do is to have your husband or partner snap a few pictures throughout your labor and delivery. You’ll get home, get settled in with your newborn baby, and decide to finally look through the photos on your camera. What you’ll quickly…

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The Muller’s are a family that I absolutely adore and I love every single time we get to shoot together. When they found out they were expecting baby number 2 (a girl this time!), Brynnan knew that she wanted me at the hospital for another Fresh 48 session. As her pregnancy progressed, those plans quickly turned…

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The days leading up to Jacob’s birth, I was in close contact with his mom, Candis. She had made a little progress, but nothing significant. With 2 additional birth stories due at any moment on my calendar, I was a nervous wreck. Backup photographers are in place for each birth story that I take on, but…

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