The joy of motherhood leaves most women emotionally on a pendulum that swings dramatically from pure bliss to intense discomfort. But when you book a maternity photography session with Judah Avenue, you can relax and know that the experience will be a smooth ride.
As one of the premier maternity photographers in Silver Spring, Maryland, Judah Avenue specializes in crafting custom maternity photographs that will leave you feeling awed and inspired. We work with all of our clients to craft the perfect setup so that your pregnancy is captured in the best light possible.
Here’s a recent session we completed with a pregnant mama who traveled five hours away from Maryland to visit our studio!
“A child is someone you carry inside you for nine months, in your arms for three years, and in your heart until the day you die.”
Baby bumps and Teddy bears go together. Did you ever wonder about the stories all the Teddy bears in the world could tell if you understood their language? What? You didn’t know Teddy bears could talk? Of course they do. You must have forgotten. You were fluent in Teddy talk when you were a child. Think back to the tea times with your Teddy, or the playtime just before bed, when you mother and father would tuck Teddy in under the blankets right beside you. Wasn’t it Teddy who finally convinced you that you didn’t really need the nightlight? He was there to protect you. Teddy bears are treasures that we somehow misplace as we grow older, but shed tears over when we go back home as grownups and can’t find them in the trunk in the attic.…Sometimes we contemplate our lives, and look up to realize we are just where we want to be, doing just what we want to do, and the world fills with light, and color in your place of serenity…So give your father and mother joy! May she who gave you birth be happy – Proverbs 23:25 NLT
Judah Avenue Photography is a maternity, newborn and wedding photographer in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to book your session.I had a Teddy like you. I know you’re new at this, just like I’m going to be new at being a mother. Don’t worry, I’ll give you a few pointers. Mostly you just need to be there for her. Let her hold you when she’s sad or afraid. Listen to her when she needs to talk things out. In a lot of ways our jobs are going to be the same. We’re in this together. How are you at changing diapers?