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Babyhood is so special, yet one that passes so quickly. Feedings, bottles stacked up, mountains of laundry, and little sleep seem to be the norm. Every day is a first…..first smile, first tooth, first words, and first faltering steps. Be sure to take the time to capture each of these six ages within the” Watch Me Grow Program”, completing the two year program we have designed for you.

Age: 3 months: Babies at this age love seeing Mom and Dad’s face more than anything else, so we suggest a “Relationship Black and White” portrait which enable us to come in close and showcase the intimate relationship developing between Mom, Dad, and Baby.

Age: 6 months: Halfway through the first year of life is a time to celebrate. At this age, we suggest a portrait as baby is strong enough to sit up and explore the world around them.  Lying on their back grabbing their feet, sucking their toes is so precious. Laying on the tummy naked pushing up, getting a bath with real water in the tub is priceless. This is such a fun age.

Age: 9 months: Getting close to the one year birthday, babies at this age are increasingly aware of their surroundings. They are cuddly, yet want to be independent.They are starting to stand up holding onto a piece of furniture. They are also starting to crawl, so this is nice to capture on film. A suggested  portrait at this age is the classical Color Study of mother and baby. Since baby now has good posture and great facial expressions and does not push away from Mom this type of portrait is ideal. 

Age: 12 months: Active could best describe this age! Crawling, walking, and climbing….this age is on the move! Because of the activity and voiatility of this age. At the end of the session, we have a birthday party. We suggest you bring the cake, and we supply the rest. (a small round cake, called a cake for two). Baby gets to eat the real cake, and has a blast doing so.

Age: 18 months: Although on the way to becoming a completely independent little person, a toddler of 18 months is still grasping onto Mom with one hand while reaching for the future with the other.

Age: 24 months: This KEY MILESTONE portrait is the halfway mark between early toddler and mature toddler and is a busy age full of delight as well as uncertainty and never ending energy. This is a great age for a painting, or a family portrait.

Please call and request a brochure “A Guide to Having Your Child Photographed at Portraits by Deborah”

Mission Statement:

“I want to create portraits that are true to the personality of the people I photograph, that moment in time and the desire of how the subject wants to be portrayed".