Little sweet Hadley. She may have been born a bit early, and just over six pounds at birth, but this little lady is larger than she seems. Her name carries a beautiful history, family and courage. You see, Hadley was named after her great grandfather who died at sea while serving the Navy. Hadley, the great grandfather, earned a silver star for his courage and was the only Oregonian who had a the great honor of keeping his legacy alive through his name on a US Navy Ship: the USS Hadley.
Now his name carries even further into this beautiful family with the arrival of baby girl Hadley. We just love baby names that come with a meaningful story and this one is particularly beautiful. We bet great grandfather Hadley would certainly approve.
Oh little Hadley, we’re in love with your newborn photography images and we have a feeling your name will live on generation to generation, just like these images.
We’d love to chat about wrapping for a minute because we really have a difficult time deciding which style is our favorite. Julia Kelleher is so skilled at making baby look perfectly tucked and the color combinations are so fun to see come together. So, what’s your favorite from these three newborn photos of baby Hadley? The perfect little bow, the tight womb-like wrap, or the flowy, feminine scarf. They’re all so pretty and cute! Which pose is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
If you’re interested in learning more about Julia’s newborn baby wrapping techniques, check out her Newborn Wrapping online course. And follow our Wrapped Poses board on Pinterest for more inspiration!
Wraps by: JD Vintage Props
Scarf by: Faveur Boutique, Bend, Oregon
Knit tieback: Little Olive
Grey flokati rug by: JD Vintage Props