Newborn Pictures by Amy Columbus Photography

Oh look! It’s another post with a lot of pictures.

This time, they’re not from my camera, but from the lens of Amy Columbus– an incredibly talented newborn and children’s photographer in the DFW area. I’ve known Amy for a long time, and have watched her work grow into the level of awesome I’m about to show you.

She took some pictures of Kendall in the bluebonnets when he was nearly 1. 

Now, she’s given us an incredible gift by taking photos of Lowell (and a few with me and the kids) when he was just 5 days old.












I can’t begin to describe how PATIENT Amy was. I mean, the fact that she got anything with all 3 kids in one frame is a miracle because there were no drugs involved. And she took her time, never rushed, all those sweet poses with Lowell. Basically, that meant a lot of breaks for me to put a boob in his mouth. My milk had just come in and he was right in the middle of a cluster feeding marathon.

If you’re in the DFW area and in the market for a newborn, child, maternity or family photographer, check her out. Her website is, and you can like her on Facebook, too.

Thank you, thank you, thank you, Amy!

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  1. OHHHMYYYYGOODNESS I can’t take the sweetness. I’m having a couple kids in December and how to emulate something as beautiful! How in love you must be with that cutie…well all three cuties!

  2. These photos are really testing my resolve to not reproduce until I finish my master’s degree. Be still my ovaries!

  3. Such great pictures! my hubby has been “fixed” but these pictures might just drive my ovaries into hyper-drive! I’ve got baby fever more than ever – thank you for sharing with us!

  4. Damn my period cramps just changed to ovary quivers like you wouldn’t believe!! Mmmmm wonder what hubby thinks of no. 4?

    Beautiful pics of beautiful kids! Elf on a Shelf should be very proud of his creation lol

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