Birth Story | Cooper

What is most important to you that I capture? The love and sheer excitement of Jeffrey meeting his son. It’s important for me as well meeting him. The expressions we have meeting him, knowing him, loving him. Loving each other. The leading up to it. The aftermath of birth and people meeting him. Jeff’s touches on me as he soothes. I want the love that will be in the room.

What thoughts or feelings have come up during this pregnancy? Scared, stress, overwhelming, humbleness at this journey and experience. So many different things have come up.

What are you most looking forward to about the arrival of your new baby?Meeting the new man God knew me and Jeffrey needed in our lives. Getting to touch him and kiss his cheeks. Watching our parents and friends swoon over him.

“We have yet to come up with words to explain Rebecca. She’s so full of love and compassion for the people she works with. She doesn’t treat you like a client, she treats you like family and has so much love for you and your family. From maternity to our birth, to newborn, she’s done an outstanding job of making you feel comfortable and happy. Especially when the birth you’re going for takes a turn quickly and dramatically, she’s quick to capture no matter the circumstances. If you need someone, I can’t recommend anyone better. Every photo, every moment has been utterly perfect.”

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Published by Rebecca Edmonson

Hello, my name is Rebecca. I am a second-generation homeschooling mom of three and wife of eleven blissful years to my husband, Bryan. Early in life I had the opportunity to open and manage Mill Street Coffee Shop with a good friend of mine back in my hometown. I enjoyed the community we built and the espresso we served for a few years before moving on and starting a family in the Fort Worth area. Bryan and I stayed in the coffee industry for a while, roasting coffee and selling it at farmers' markets while we were raising our babies. We still roast for our own enjoyment and like to give out coffee to our friends. I am fortunate now to be in a season of life where I can circle back to my college studies and finish my degree from our little home in Azle. While being at home, I also help manage my husband's business - Upholstery Rehab, photograph growing families through Life DIagrams Photography, help admin for my local mom's Facebook group - Azle moms as well as host our annual Azle moms Costume Swap in October. I started my neighborhood's Christmas page - Azlewood Christmas in hopes to spread some cheer through difficult times in 2020. Please feel free to reach out, I love to connect with my neighbors!

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