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Meet Baby Bear Elsie. She is 7 months, loves spaghetti, wakes up from naps giggling, and has two of the best parents a wee little baby bear could ask for. I used to think she looked just like her daddio, but after our session at the lake last Monday I’ve decided she looks more like her momma. In fact J and I spent a good part of Tuesday night covering and uncovering portions each of their faces with our thumbs, trying to figure out who liked whom?

I met Alex and Nathan a couple of years ago, we photographed their wedding in Dwight. They’ve since moved back to Canada from New Zealand, had a babe, and Alex is now preparing to write her Hypnobirthing exams. It’s been an absolute to joy getting to know Alex and Nathan and now baby Elsie.

Thank you so much for inviting me into your lives. I’ve loved documenting every moment.

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Huntsville Ontario Baby Photographer

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Best Muskoka Family Photographer

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Best Muskoka Baby Photographer

Muskoka Baby Photographer

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I’ve been to the Canadian North before, but not like this. I like to travel to the Arctic Tundra in the summer. This was different than the summer…it’s WINTER! And best of all, there was a very important baby who required “Kuniking”. What a place, what an experience! Rankin Inlet is not like the west (I’ve been to Whitehorse, Dawson, and Old Crow).

First of all there are no trees, none…we’re fairly certain dogs born in Rankin are unaware of the joys a stick can bring to their lives. Instead we “Chuck It”.

In the winter the wind is ferocious…but you can barely tell with a hood lined with the right fur.

In the winter babies snuggle in warm Amautiqs…a lined parka that slips over your head with a large pouch in the back for baby and a huge hood to protect against wind.

All year round babies are Kunik-ed instead of kissed…get really close to a baby you love, press your nose against their face and breath in deeply.

In the winter it looks like this at sunset…you look west to the rest of the world and this is what you see.

And all year round stop signs look like this.

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