You know when you meet some folks and you know that you immediately “click”? Well, I adore this family and felt like we clicked right from the start. I had the pleasure of first meeting Lindsey and Matt for maternity photos when she was expecting their first child, Nash. And now, I’m honored to have also documented, for them, yet another precious addition, Anderson. She’s darling and though she didn’t care too much about sleeping at the beginning of her newborn session, she eventually gave in, fell asleep and let us get some pretty pictures of her! My favorite moment was hearing big brother, Nash affectionally call her, “Baby sista”!
Lindsey and Matt Armstrong
We got Nash a “big brother” t shirt to wear!
Well we were not supposed to be able to get pregnant on our own. Our 2 year old son is an ivf baby. Anderson was a wonderful surprise! It’s definitely tough being pregnant and chasing around a 2 year old! On the upside the pregnancy goes by really fast.
Yes we found out the gender at 11 weeks through genetic testing . We didn’t care either way but it’s fun to have one of each gender.
Ha! Poor Anderson doesn’t have a real nursery yet. She’s using most of her brothers hand-me-downs and sleeping in our room currently! She has a ton of clothes though ;)
She had some bruising on her face and a birthday mark on her arm so I was just wondering if she was ok! Matt was just glad I was okay and that she was out safely! She was a big girl, too, at 8 pounds 2 ounces!
The first few weeks have flown by . Her brother loves her but doesn’t quite understand to whisper or to hug her gently yet! He will learn and she will be tough for sure.
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Destiny is a Central Mississippi Photographer specializing in Maternity, Newborn, Baby & Child and Family Portrait Photography.