A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY INWARD
by Sean Cayton
Abigail was born at home in our upstairs bedroom at 7:59 p.m. She weighed 6 lbs, 13 oz and arrived with a full head of deep brown hair.
In the company of two midwives and one mother-in-law and with the help of a single maglight, I photographed our daughter's arrival 17 hours after Cathy started her labor.
Having a baby at home is an incredible experience. An experience I will remember and cherish for a lifetime. And I have the pictures to prove it.
After the birth, Cathy enjoyed a brief maternity leave. And when she returned to work, I began my responsibilities as a stay-at-home dad
are cherishing every moment of life with our new baby and I’m
grateful to be able to document our child and her changes
and the joy she brings to both our families.
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