Tadgh Newborn Baby Photography
| Monika Grabowska Kilsheelan Clonmel Tipperary Ireland |
Happy New Year everyone and welcome back to my blog. I really hope that you all had a wonderful Christmas and smile on your face when entering 2020!
As every year we stayed here for Christmas and between celebrating Christmas Eve at home and spending the 25th,26th and 31st with friends this couldn’t be planned better. I find myself very tired at the end of the year and even when I wasn’t that bad last year I still decided to take a few days off from work and all the social media- most of them anyway. We have watched all the holiday movies, enjoyed our company and eat a lot 😉 I also learned how to play poker!
I am happy to say that I am ready for 2020 and with that embracing few changes 😉
If you follow me on Instagram you probably know that I have special offer for my boudoir clients, you can find more info HERE.
Also I am planning to spread more awareness that newborn babies should be photographed within first 10-12 days of life, this is very important if you wish to have those curly sleepy poses also it is important to me because working with older babies is more difficult, takes a bit more time and at the end of it I can feel it in my back. Very often I would spend 2h kneeling down when photographing and posing your baby and that makes it hard on my back. So it is important for parents to contact me or any other photographer before their due date to secure their session as myself I can only book certain number of babies due every month.
I also have lots of plans for my other business- our Slievenamon View Organic Farm so between both of those passions I wish to stay balanced and healthy and this is why I would like to wish you all in 2020.
Without any more talking I am happy to welcome baby Tadgh, his big brother Cillian- who I photographed 4y ago (you can view his session here) and of course Tagdh parents. Thank you so much for coming back to my studio.