Love is meant to expand. And adding another baby to the family causes love to grow not just for the parents, but siblings, aunts, uncles, grandparents etc. Wesley was welcomed as the third child for the Bomgren family. His big sister and brother already adored him and were excited to each have a turn holding him while in his CNY Newborn Photography session. Being able to capture the family portrait and sibling portrait is a must to not only update the walls at home, but to give lifetime gifts to the family as well.

Three beautiful siblings posing for their CNY Newborn Photography session.

With that being said, newborn photography provides parents with memorable portraits to cherish forever. As an CNY Newborn Photographer, I create a safe and memorable atmosphere for my newborns and families to relax and enjoy the newborn photography session. Newborns are posed with the greatest care. I help coax them to sleep and have earned my title of “Baby Whisperer”.

As a CNY Newborn Photographer, my newborn poses are performed safely with an extra set of hands soothing the newborn and in arms reach of baby while I am in position to capture the moment.  As a bonus, my beanbag is designed with a rigid wall in front to prevent the baby from rolling when I am leaning on it in posing mode. I love this safety feature and bring it up in almost every newborn session that I conduct.

If you are looking to hire an CNY Newborn Photographer, please give me a call today at (315) 297-1816 or email me at I will guide you through the experience I offer, answering all your questions and concerns. I will even provide you with my own style guide to help you prepare for your session. Please enjoy the Oswego NY Newborn Photography portraits below!

Shelayna Snow is a professionally trained CNY Newborn Photographer. She continues to study and train in the art and safety of posing newborns to provide the best photography services and experience for her little clients and their parents. Shelayna is also certified with American Red Cross in Infant CPR. When she is not making heirloom art, Shelayna is homeschooling her three daughters, digging in her garden, or wandering through the woods.

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