Me cutting the cord
Daddy and Son meet face to face
The Famous Dr. Zafron
Techy Queens sending photo's to facebook
Zane's footprint on sisters shirt
Laurie and Lisa (a.k.a the mommy --- believe it or not she was there too)
Charlie took a picture on daddy's IPhone
Proud Grandma - Pat
The Team "Me and Daddy" getting ready to go in
First family photo with Zane
Meeting big bro Charlie and sister Victoria
Family Prayer of Thanks
February 17th, 2009
Time: 8:15 AM
W: 6 lbs 10 oz
H: 19 inches
Zane Michael Hughes
The Hughes Family of Five
David, Lisa, Charlie, Victoria and Zane
No footprint is too small to leave a print on this earth
A foot to never be this small again
Precious Little Boy
Victoria having a little one-on-one
Proud Grandfather - Rod
Proud Aunt Amy
Photographer and adopted daughter - ME!!
I truly feel honored in so many ways that I was able to photograph such an amazing miracle, the birth of a child. I can't explain how excited I was about this. It's very surreal at this time for me, that I watched this child be born via c-section. Yes, I watched the entire thing and loved every minute of it, for all you squeamish week stomach folks.
I enjoyed capturing such emotions, such love and the beautiful circle of life. I am thankful, because I am the FIRST photographer that this hospital has accepted in for birth photography. The doctors, nurses and entire staff were wonderful people to work with. It truly felt like a peaceful miraculous day in every way.
Baby Zane, born beautiful and healthy. So soft, tender and small.... yet so big of life. That first cry, that first peek out of the eyes and that first moment when daddy and son see face to face. I will never forget today.
Thank you David and Lisa, for allowing me to be apart of your family, your lives and this very special moment in welcoming your son, Zane.
PS: I have tons more of photos, but once the others are approved by the parents, Ill post a slide show.
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