Brisbane Baby Newborn Photography Specialist.
Meet Kayra! She was the most divine and chilled out baby ever! I definitely wanted to keep this beautiful gal!
I thought I’d take this opportunity to show you some images from her amazing gallery! Let me know what you think and if you’re interested in booking something like this for yourself, ‘get in touch‘ now because I’m booked out until May! Jodi x
Baby’s Name: Kayra Thusithana
Birth Weight: 3.14
The client experience
How has your experience been with JC imagery and how did Jodi make you feel? It was a wonderful and pleasant experience. Both the maternity and newborn sessions were relaxing. Jodi welcomed our suggestions too.
What was the highlight of your session? Kayra smiled for several photos!
Is there a story surrounding your pregnancy? Was it a breeze or did your little one make you work for it? It was a smooth pregnancy journey, though final delivery was a bit hard because bub’s head was rightly positioned so ended up needing forceps.
Did you find out whether you were having a boy or a girl? Or was it a total surprise? Yes! We decided to find out so asked during the ultrasound…
How did you come up with your baby’s name? Google search and hubby’s choice.
Tell me your favourite stores that you are obsessed with shopping at (this may help other parents prepare for their new miracle). In Darwin, there are very limited stores for parents to shop but ‘Little Rompers’ is great. We also bought a modern cot from ‘Boori‘ (online). I bought Huggies nappies in bulk for a much more affordable price at Amazon.
How far in advance did you prepare the nursery? Or did you wing it last minute? Last minute!
Do you have any tips for expecting mums? Be mentally prepared for the fourth trimester ( 0-3 months). Most of us ignore it and feel devastated after bubs arrival. Plan ahead.
Do you have any advice for parents adjusting to parenthood in those early days? Early days are challenging and breastfeeding can be difficult or impossible for some… With patience, I found it very rewarding.
You can join the Australian Breastfeeding Association on Facebook and post your doubts for suggestions. You may realise and feel that your not alone facing the challenges with breastfeeding and that most of the problems are pretty common.