Welcome Baby V! • Phoenix Arizona Family Photography

fathers and daughter, newborn family photograph using iPhone and plenty of natural light "the best camera is the one you have with you" I am beyond thrilled to share the following images (with permission from the doting daddies of course) . . . Brandon and David recently welcomed their baby girl to the world and lucky for me she was born in Arizona!  I had the honor not only of getting to meet and love on her when she was just 24 hours old, but also of seeing two of my dearest friends become Daddies and to witness the ease in which they transitioned into their new roles and this next beautiful chapter of their lives. Of course I had to bring my camera along (and iPhone as with this first picture above – using plenty of natural light can get your some gorgeous iPhone photos!) to this first very special meeting and here are a few of the images we captured of this beautiful new family. The love filled up that hospital room and was incredible to witness.

Brandon and David, you are two of the MOST loving, wonderful, natural, adorable, doting parents and baby V is so, so lucky that you two are her daddies. Baby V — I, and so many people, have been loving you since the moment we knew you were going to join the world — you are and always will be surrounded by love. I’m so glad I got to meet you so soon after you were born and to spend some special moments with you and your family during your stay here in Phoenix. I can’t wait to watch you grow up and to continue to see your dads take on each new stage of your life with such grace and adoration.

Thank you for letting me be a part of this incredible journey.

Love always, “Auntie” Rachie

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