This is the sixth part of a seven-part series on photographing your child’s first year. This series is meant to be a guideline and give you suggestions. Keep your child’s safety a top priority throughout any photo session.
They are almost a year old, but not quite yet. A little more baby time left in them before they start to go full force into the world walking and talking. This is another lesser paid attention time since everyone is anticipating the first birthday. Don’t forget these months, there still is a lot that will change in the following weeks!
Prior to this month, it might have been difficult for your baby to sit in the tub without needing to be on guard the whole time. Now, they might be sitting or crawling around happily playing with bubbles and toys. This is the time to capture those sweet bath-time moments. Just make sure not to share any private parts.
Getting down low helps you to capture their enjoyment, minus anything you don’t want to show others.
Go to the playground.
If your little one is adventurous, this the time to take them to the park and snag those moments. Climbing up stairs, sliding down the slide, or swinging in baby swings is just right for this age. They can hold themselves up, so you can back away a little to give them space to explore.