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Women’s Care Center Display at Florida Hospital

Meggan Harper Photography was proud to be asked to decorate the walls of the new Women’s Care Center at Florida Hospital!

Here is some info about this great facility:

Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center’s Women’s Care OB/GYN practice has moved into the hospital’s fourth floor at 305 Memorial Medical Pkwy., Suite 400, Daytona Beach.

“This relocation of the Women’s Care OB/GYN office provides patients and their babies with more convenient access to the services available at our state-of-the-art BirthCare Center,” said Becky Vernon, Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center Director of Women and Children’s Services. “In the new location, patients can take comfort, knowing they are close by and able to receive our BirthCare Center’s high level of care, and should an OB emergency arise, our patients will receive prompt obstetrical care, as the OB physicians are already within the hospital. This is safer for our patients and safer for our babies.”

Women’s Care OB/GYN is the obstetrical practice for Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center that provides obstetrical services, including prenatal care, education and consultation; pregnancy nutrition; gestational diabetes management; pregnancy monitoring; obstetrical ultrasound (including 3D and 4D ultrasound); delivery; and postpartum care. Oftentimes, same-day appointments are available.

Four local and highly-respected OB/GYN’s provide care at this practice, including Dr. Meetesh Desai, Dr. Ricardo Larrain, Dr. Ted Robertson, and Dr. Cecille Tapia-Santiago, who is also the Medical Director for hospital’s BirthCare Center. These four physicians at Women’s Care OB/GYN are the same doctors who will care for patients throughout pregnancy, in addition to delivering the babies and providing care within the hospital.

Women’s Care OB/GYN is accepting new patients and most insurance plans and can be reached at (386) 231-3580.

– See more at: https://www.floridahospital.com/news/florida-hospital-memorial-medical-center-womens-care-moves-hospital#sthash.KyOljbsK.dpuf


Watching Bobby Grow! | Central Florida Newborn Photographer

We had the pleasure of photographing Karen in the months leading to Bobby’s birth as part of her Belly to Baby Story.  What a wonderful time to get to know each other and, lemme tell ya, we were SO excited to meet little Bobby once he arrived!  Here is beautiful Karen watching Bobby grow:

And introducing Bobby all by himself:

Look at this smile!

What a cutie!  Here is Mom and Dad with Bobby (love this daddy photo!):

Beautiful Family….

Gorgeous Momma!! ❤

Congratulations!  Bobby is adorable and we are so happy to have photographed him 😀


A Holiday Baby, Akil Turns One! | Central Florida Baby Photographer

Akil came to see us for Holiday photos again this year!  He was a wonderful gift to Mom and Day around last Christmas and we were so excited to celebrate his first birthday this year 🙂  Here is Akil as a newborn on Daddy’s arm:

….And just look at him this year!!

He was such a happy little guy for his one year photos!

It was great to see Akil and family this year!  Thanks for letting us be a part of the celebration 😀


Eva and her Family | Central Florida Family Photographer

We were so thrilled to see Eva again! We’ve been photographing her since before she was born!! 🙂 Can’t believe she is THREE!!

Look at this sweet family! I love the orange colors in their outfits! They did a great job coordinating!

 

 

 

 


Ella, One Year Later!! | Central Florida Baby Photographer

We were so excited to get Baby Ella back in the studio for her one year photos. But seriously, how did a year pass so quickly!! She is SO sweet and silly. We just love you Ella!!

Here she is just one year ago, in one of our all-time favorite images! This image won a first place ribbon at Professional Photographers Society of Central Florida!

 

And here is the birthday girl now!

 

 

 

Isn’t she precious!?!!

 

And guess what, friends? We are offering complimentary Facebook timeline cover photos to our valued clients! Here is Ella’s:

 

 


Cute in Khaki! | Central Florida Family Photographer

This family was perfectly coordinated for their portrait session. Look how adorable they are!

 

Sweet Siblings…..

Cash is such a good big brother!

 

Parker is getting so big. Doesn’t he look full of mischief?! 🙂

 

And look how much Macy has grown up!

Here she is as a newborn:

 

And here she is now!

 


MHP 2012 Spring Clothing Guide | Central Florida Children Photographer

Well, spring is on its way!  There are some adorable new colors and styles out for clothing this season.  Since we are getting geared up for spring photos, we thought you would enjoy seeing some interesting ways to mix and match these fun styles.  All of these items are from Old Navy or Target.  Enjoy!  🙂

When you are planning for your portrait session, remember to consider where you will be hanging your images.  The clothing above would be great for a neutral, light toned area, especially one with yellow or teal accents.  What a great way to tie your room together!

To help with pairing different colors, it’s nice to start with a single piece of coloring with multiple colors and “pull” those colors for the other subjects in the portrait.  Above, we started with the salmon, khaki and lavender dress.  We picked a salmon shirt for another child and a lavender for the third.  Finally, we added the lavender scarf to the dress just to make that color pop.  Doing this, you won’t have too many colors or styles and everyone “goes together” without matching completely.

In this set, the leggings are the garment that we started with for the color palette. Everything is pretty mid-toned and the accessories definitely help to tie the colors together here.

In general, here are a couple things to avoid:

-Mixing very light and very dark colors (high contrast outfits will distract from your child’s face).  This is especially true with multiple subjects- avoid putting one person in white and one in black, for example.

-Highly patterned pieces like plaids or busy stripes, especially in shirts (notice we used a busy pattern in the leggings, but kept the top a simple solid).

-Stressing out!  This process is pretty easy and we can help you along the way 🙂

Thanks for reading!  Now get out there and start planning your next portrait session 😀