Do you know how long the newborn stage lasts? About 2.5 seconds. Or at least it feels that way.
These first weeks go by so quickly and then your newborn becomes a baby and the baby becomes a toddler and then a preschooler and then a kid, a big kid, a preteen, a teenager, and then one day they’ll be all grown up.
It goes by so quickly. And you’ll want to remember every part of it. So take the pictures. Book the session. Print the photos. Hold onto these memories.
As an Anchorage Newborn Photographer, I am dedicated to helping Alaskan families document this season of life with their newborn baby and creating beautiful albums and artwork that allow them to enjoy those memories every single day.
Current availability is for Spring & Summer 2023 sessions and I am reserving due dates through the end of 2023. Please get in touch to get all the details and begin planning your family's session.
If you’re expecting a little one in the greater Anchorage or Matsu Valley area or desperately need updated pictures of your own growing family, then I would love to chat about documenting these unforgettable moments and memories
Megan Marlene Photography offers Maternity, Newborn, Baby, Fresh 48, and Family Sessions for the Greater Anchorage Area, including Kenai, Girdwood, Eagle River, Chugiak, Palmer, Wasilla, Big Lake, Sutton, and welcomes families from across Alaska.
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These are beautiful newborn images.
it sure does go by so fast! my first born just turned 12 a week ago and I can’t believe I have a teenager!
Oh these are breathtaking!
Oh so gorgeous! Those little toes are everything!!
So dang true. I’m over here trying to figure out how I have teenagers already, when the newborn stage doesn’t feel like it was all that long ago. Gorgeous photos!
Time flies by so fast!
Oh Megan, these are just perfect!!
Oh this babe is so precious and yes, time flies much too fast!!
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