Yay! Your baby can hold their head up and not look a martian when you try to prop them up, but how do you make that translate into cute? Honestly, 3 months isn’t really the time for professional pictures. They’re too big to be amazing newborns, and too small to really get a gleeming smile or chuckle.
BUT, that doesn’t mean you can’t get some great home photos, and even with stuff you have around the house!
1. Remember that breastfeeding pillow you no longer use? Use it for photos! Most of my belly pictures are taken on one of those. Cover it, prop the baby up on it and get on their level and shoot away. Love their little heads peeking up. Love this photo. WHY is she growing up on me?
2. Stuff ’em in! A lot of my pictures are taken in a lage chair in our playroom. It faces a window and it has some nice pillows just perfect for wedging a baby in between. Just shoot quickly because they tend to fall forward (and at most shoots I had a helpful assistant… well, a mostly helpful assistant. :D)
3. Work those eyes. The reason I like that chair is it points towards our sliding glass door so even those dark baby eyes still have a great gleam to them. I think she’s plotting on how to steal the world’s milk supply… one squirt at a time.
4. Work it. Ok, maybe I’m wrong. As I look at these photos they’re some of my favorites. They dont’ move, they’re happy. Problem is — it’s hrad to find those happy times sometimes at 3 months so home shoots are great. I love this photo of my little P. Did I mention she’s growing up. I’m pretty sure she’ll be puting college applications in next week.
Reminder: Please don’t take the advice on this website over the advice of your physician or a professional.
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