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Annemaries Newborn Session | Barrington Il Newborn Photographer

Barrington Il Newborn Photographer

Newborns are my favorite subject to photograph! I love the way they smell, yawn. stretch, smile, etc, etc, etc… I also love photographing the bond between new siblings. My job is special because over time I am able to watch these families grow and change. It really is a beautiful thing! I feel so honored and incredibly blessed to be a part of this<3<3<3

Annemarie was such sweet angel! She loved to be wrapped but didn’t mind the naked poses either. Big sis Elizabeth was so proud and I can only imagine the special bond they will have when they are older.

They share a special bond that is impossible to describe. 
It can only be felt and understood by the sisters who share it. 
They go through life together as a team, helping and supporting each other 
Through whatever this world has destined for them. 
They will never give up on each other, 
For giving up on your sister means giving up on yourself. 
They smile together, laugh together, 
Lie for each other, lie to each other and cry together.
Your sister is the one person you can confide your whole self to, the one person who understands.
She is the person who will stand by your side until the very end.
She has and always will be there for you during all the times in your life, 
Whether they be happy or sad.
A sister is someone who knows you better than you know yourself. 
She is someone you can't imagine your life without, 
And just the thought of it makes you want to cry.
She is someone who knows you're not okay, even when you say you are. 
Your sister is and always will be your very best friend.
© Gillian McKay

Newborn sessions are usually booked after the first trimester of pregnancy. Sessions take place in my Barrington Studio during the first 7-10 days of life. If you are interested in booking a session please feel free to use the Contact Tab at the top of my page  or email me at To see more of my most recent sessions please like my Facebook page: