These arms are so full of love ♥️ Watching this father and husband shower his wife and son with love and support was incredibly special. I’m so thankful to have been invited to document some of the most touching moments with this family ♥️
This sweet baby was 10 weeks in the making when his mama and I first spoke about documenting her birth experience. It just doesn’t feel like enough time has passed, and I don’t think I’ll ever get used to how quickly it all goes by.
...and then there were 3 ♥️
Placentas are simply amazing ♥️ I love that this family chose to create placenta art prints and wish I had some from my births. I’m definitely planning on doing this in the future...what about you? Do you have a placenta print or are you planning on creating one? ♥️ If you want to learn more about placenta options and connect with service providers in our area, be sure to check out the @georgiabirthnetwork directories! #ambermwatsonbirthstories
Something I find fascinating about birth is the unique difference between each baby’s head. There are so many variations, and it’s always exciting to see whether baby has hair, a little molding, etc. It’s amazing how it all works and how quickly things change in the hours, days and weeks after delivery! #ambermwatsonbirthstories