Acer | Medford, Oregon | Birth Photography | Cesarean section

Updated: Feb 1, 2020




Birth photography | Medford, Oregon | Asante Hospital | Caesarean Birth
So many sweet photos!

Jessie and I had been in contact weeks prior to her scheduled caesarean. It was so important to Jessie to capture her last birth, but with many health issues keeping her in the hospital leading up to sweet Acer we weren't sure if a photographer would be allowed in the operating room the day of.


Birth photography | Medford, Oregon | Asante Hospital | Caesarean Birth

We decided that I would come and capture what I could even if I wasn't allowed in the OR.


Birth photography | Medford, Oregon | Asante Hospital | Caesarean Birth
Getting those last messages in before heading back

Birth photography | Medford, Oregon | Asante Hospital | Caesarean Birth
Dad getting dresses to head back to the OR


Birth photography | Medford, Oregon | Asante Hospital | Caesarean Birth



Birth photography | Medford, Oregon| Asante Hospital | Caesarean Birth
I love that you can see Dad's hand peeking over taking pictures as well

Birth photographer | Medford, Oregon | Asante Hospital | Caesarean Birth
I love how beautiful Jessie looks here

Birth photographer | Medford, Oregon | Asante Hospital | Caesarean Birth
Fuzzy baby shoulders


Birth photographer | Medford, Oregon | Asante Hospital | Caesarean Birth
Sweet wrinkly hands

Why was a birth photographer something that you wanted?

JB: We wanted a birth photographer to capture our special event of welcoming our final child into our lives.


What was the most important thing that you wanted to remember about your birth?:

JB:The most important thing I wanted to remember about the birth was the outcome after such a long hard pregnancy. I wanted pictures to remind me of such an important time.


Looking back on your photos now how do they make you feel?

JB: Looking back on our photos I remember the struggles, the emotions, and the happiness and relief of making it through and being able to look at my newborn baby and his beauty.


Why did you allow me to share some images publicly?

JB: I allowed you to share the images publicly because I want other mothers to not be ashamed of having a C-section. I want others to know that it is a beautiful experience.


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