Category Archives: Baby Photography

Palatine area 3 month old photography session | Chicago baby photographer

This adorable little man came to my Palatine area photography studio for a session to celebrate his 1/4th birthday!  Loved his adorable little hair spike :)   For more information about newborn, baby, child or family photography in Chicago, please contact me at Amy@funfreshyou.com If you would like to schedule a family photography session in […]

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Chicago Suburbs Newborn and Baby Photographer | Spring Break Special!

My 4 kiddos are going to their grandparents for spring break, so guess what that means?  I have daytime newborn and baby photography sessions available in my studio between Schaumburg and Palatine while they’re gone (if I don’t fill them I have no idea what I will do with myself– this has never happened!)!  As […]

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Roly Poly | Chicago Baby Photographer

I had the pleasure of photographing this gorgeous little 3 month old a few days ago and loved every minute of it! You may remember her from when I photographed her baptism near Chicago— she has grown so much since then!  She was such a little chunk, and we all know I *love* baby rolls!  […]

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Why choose custom newborn, baby, child or family photography in Chicago? | Chicago newborn, baby child and family photographer

This article is from Marianne Drenthe of Marmalade Photography and really explains why a Chicago custom photographer may be the right choice for you :)   Custom photography is more of a luxury than your entry level cookie cutter chain experience.  Custom photography truly is not for everyone, it requires a level of commitment, investment in […]

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North Shore Chicago Baby Photographer

This little one had incredibly soulful eyes and such an intense gaze I couldn’t resist sharing this image!  At 8 months old but not quite crawling, she was the perfect age for a sitting up milestone session (part of my Chicago baby’s 1st year plan).  Once crawling is mastered, it’s difficult to keep a little […]

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