by taniamiller, October 17, 2016 , In Newborns

Welcoming Baby Jac into the world

Last Wednesday I had the privilege of visiting 7 day old baby Jac for a newborn session booked by mum.  I travelled to Aberdare where I met baby Jac at home with his parents and grandparents.   His beautiful mum Giselle had originally planned for me to do both a maternity and then the newborn photoshoot shortly after the birth.  However baby Jac put in an appearance a week earlier than expected! Even his daddy travelling back from Saudi Arabia missed his entry into the world.

This new little one is soon to be a well travelled young man. His mum is originally from Brazil and they are currently living and working in Saudi. Little Jac had already had his passport organised as will soon be visiting Brazil to be introduced to relatives there.  They will then be returning back to his new home in Saudi Arabia.  His proud new dad is a proper rugby-loving Welshman so baby Jac already has his own tiny ‘Dragons of Newport‘ rugby ball!  I was also pleased to see both parents willing to assist in the newborn photoshoot.

We enjoyed a lovely few hours together and it was a real pleasure to meet little Jac and his gorgeous family. I wish them all the happiness for the future as they leave again in the coming weeks.  I hope to be able to document Jac growing when they next visit the UK!


If you would like to book a newborn session for your own newborn please see my dedicated newborn page.  Prices start from £90 for a full session (which takes up to three hours) to include travelling plus the many hours we spend editing the images afterwards.  This includes 10 fully edited downloadable digital images OR two 8″ x 6″ mounted prints with the option to view and purchase additional images.


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