Edie was so sweet and perfect…LOVE her name, too! She had great skin…not too red or yellow, and she did great throughout her session. Poor little Edie had a bit of an injury from birth and had a broken clavicle, so we had to be careful with her when posing. I could tell a few times that she seemed to be a little uncomfortable, so we decided not to do the frog pose (chin resting in hands) and also opted not to do the chin on hands pose on the blanket and instead do it in a bucket so that was less likely to be uncomfortable and had some more support.
Edie’s great aunt made this beautiful lavender blanket for her! I was concerned it wasn’t quite large enough for the posing, but it actually worked out just fine. Her mom has a little purple obsession, and I am right there with her! Purple is such a nice change from pink, and sometimes I get sad when moms don’t want to use purples. It’s a beautiful color and looks great on newborns :)
Mom and Dad also brought a little Western Kentucky towel with them that they wanted to incorporate. The way we positioned it was actually Dad’s idea, and I have to say that his idea was definitely better than what Mom and I were trying to do with it. Lol!