Hannah and Ted struggled for years to have a baby, trying various fertility treatments without success. After considering adoption, they decided to pursue a biological child through IUI. Surprisingly, the doctor found three heartbeats during a follow-up appointment, and Hannah was carrying triplets.
However, at the eight-week check-up, they discovered another heartbeat, and Hannah was expecting quadruplets. The babies, a boy and three girls, were born on January 22, 2018, and spent time in the NICU before leaving in record time. Now three months old, they are thriving.
A photographer planned a special session for the babies, incorporating nature-inspired elements and unique setups for each child. The photographer 𝐰𝐚𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐝 to capture the individuality of each baby while showcasing their shared bond. Different types of baskets, such as a leaf, twig, wicker, and bark, were used for their pictures together.
In addition to the baby’s photos, the photographer also captured timeless images of the parents with their precious children. The session required the assistance of other photographers to ensure the babies’ safety and provide support.
The article concludes by asking readers for advice for new parents and offering the photographer’s services to families seeking professional photography.