I learn something from every shoot. Some times it's about light and exposure, and what time of day is optimal to catch great light from one small hospital window. And sometimes it has nothing to do with photography at all.
Sweet Adaline was lovely and she wasn't crying. But she was restless. Her adoring grandmother soothed her. I got to photography this sweet newborn next to one of my favorite Irish symbols, the claddagh.
And then we placed her into her mother's arms. You could see her little body physically relax and her head immediately turned to her mother's. She was home again.