Mama to Be Rouba | Pure Natural Newborn Photography
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Mama to Be Rouba

I was lucky enough to be able to photograph these lovely parents-to-be as they patiently awaited the arrival of their little one. Capturing this momentous moment on such an important journey is nothing other than an honour, especially the once-in-a-lifetime portraits with baby’s grandmother. This baby will be oh so well-loved, and spoiled I am sure!

We took a walking tour of the Dominion Arboretum in Ottawa, to take advantage of all of the different scenery and photo-opportunities, and I must say it turned out wonderfully. I cannot wait for them to flip through their portrait album–it is stunning! See for yourself!

 

World, meet Mama to be Rouba & Dad to be Karim.

 

Here are a few favourites from the session.

 

 

Photos of the album coming soon!

 

How do I book a photo session?

I’d love to capture your growing family and new baby moments. Use the contact page to send a message to set up a phone consultation so we can discuss details and customize your experience. Maternity Photo Sessions are best had between weeks 27-37 when mom-to-be is still feeling great & has a sizable bump, and there are many gowns and tops available for use during your session (studio or outdoors). Newborn Photo Sessions are best held within the first 2 weeks from birth, and Parent&Baby sessions are typically within the first month after baby is born.

Let’s create art together!

Pure Natural Newborn Photography
Birth, Belly and Baby Photographer
Barrhaven / Nepean, Ottawa, Ontario
(613) 371 – 4594 | info@purenaturalnewborn.com

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