EVERYONE dreams of having an old farm house and fixing it up, starting a family in it, the American dream, right? Well, Ed and Rachel are LIVING IT and we are here, just clapping like little cheerleaders, so excited for all of the blessings that life has thrown their way. Their home on Cedar Ridge Farm is absolutely stunning, the perfect backdrop for this Southern Maryland neutral newborn session – you can see how much work, sweat and tears has been poured into this home. It’s the perfect place to raise little William and let him be a total outdoors baby boy!
Funny story – you can get to Ed & Rachel’s home through two different roads. The GPS obviously took me the shortest route. Rachel even warned me that there were two roads – one was a totally normal road (you know, asphalt, street signs, etc.) and one is a one lane muddy clay road that is only accessible by horse and buggy because it has a make shift BRIDGE that goes over a large creek. Guess which one my GPS took me through? THE BUGGY ONLY ROAD. It was an adventure, for sure. But totally worth it when I got to see little Williams smiling face! This neutral newborn session is definitely going to be one of my favorites!
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