Weymouth Newborn Session | South Shore, MA Newborn & Family Photographer

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There’s a Facebook photography group I’m in all about marketing, pricing, and finding that work/life balance. A lot of what’s discussed isn’t totally applicable to me since I actually work 2 jobs (ahhh!), but there are certainly many things I’ve learned and many takeaways that have proven helpful. Something that has really resonated with me just over the last week or so is “working in the cracks of time,” something that the photographer and moderator of the group often talks about. What she means by that is, as a work-at-home parent with kids, you have to learn to be really efficient and get as much done as possible in those little pockets of time throughout the day. My 10-month old, Greyson, just became mobile about 2 weeks ago, and has gotten FAST in the last few days. I’m home with him today because I’m a teacher on April break, and it has been nearly impossible to accomplish anything. This blog post came together in about 4 pockets of time throughout the day. I started it at the tail end of his first nap, chipped away at it for a few minutes as he drank a bottle, worked on it again a little while later as he happily made “music” with a pot and a spoon (my dogs were not impressed), and I’m finishing now as he’s going down for his second nap of the day. Oof, I am TIRED. But there was just too much prettiness and sweetness to not get this session blogged, so here ya have it- sweet Baby Nora and family <3.


Oh hey! I’m Melissa, a Boston family & newborn photographer, but I like to refer to myself as a toddler-whispering, child-taming, photographic ninja.