Babies photographed cuddled up in molds of their moms' pregnant bellies

Absolutely nothing is sweeter than a sleeping child, except when that child is curled up inside a mold of their mom’s pregnant belly. Amy Knowles, a photographer in New Zealand, captures these precious moments on camera. She began supplying the maternity...

Babies photographed cuddled up in molds of their moms' pregnant bellies

Absolutely nothing is sweeter than a sleeping child, except when that child is curled up inside a mold of their mom’s pregnant belly. Amy Knowles, a photographer in New Zealand, captures these precious moments on camera. She began supplying the maternity...

27 February 2017 Monday 15:01
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Babies photographed cuddled up in molds of their moms' pregnant bellies

Absolutely nothing is sweeter than a sleeping child, except when that child is curled up inside a mold of their mom’s pregnant belly.

Amy Knowles, a photographer in New Zealand, captures these precious moments on camera.

She began supplying the maternity casting photographs final year and they immediately became well known.

“Maternity casting is not my idea. Body casting as an art kind has been around for centuries,” Knowles, of Slinky Photography Studio, told ABC News. “I located for the duration of newborn sessions I would pose babies in bowls or other little supportive containers to replicate how comfy and relaxed they felt when they had been in the womb. It appears only all-natural that the shape of their mama's belly is the excellent location for them to sleep for these early days portraits.”

She mentioned the casting procedure requires less than 45 minutes in total, and she can include things like the full torso or just the bump itself.

Then the babies are photographed anywhere from seven to 14 days just after they’re born.

“At this stage they are nonetheless sleepy and delighted to curl up into the sweet fetal positions you see in the photos,” Knowles stated.

The finish result is a cuddly photo captured for the parents to take pleasure in forever. Knowles stated some of her moms even like to hang the belly mold in their baby’s nursery.

“Pregnancy is so different for everyone and some ladies struggle to enjoy their heavily pregnant bodies,” she mentioned. “I know though that in just a couple of weeks, they will be back at my studio cradling their valuable child and the mother will have a new appreciate and respect for her physique and what it's been able to do.”

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