Category Archives: babies

Bad news, good news? Let’s start with the bad… it’s HOT here in Nashville, but everyone has Fall on their minds because my Fall OUTDOOR portraits are completely booked. The GOOD NEWS is I have decided to open up some new dates and make myself available for these evenings out in the beautiful field as…

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One year. Of love. Of family. Of snuggles.  Cruger Photography specializes in organic and natural newborn, baby, maternity, family, and child photography in Nashville, TN and surrounding areas including but not limited to Franklin, Brentwood, Green Hills, Belle Meade, and Thompson’s Station. I would love to begin planning an organic portrait session for your baby & family  My most…

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  It’s HOT, but so many of you are already thinking about FALL!  Outdoor portrait spaces on my calendar are quickly filling for September, October, and November so I want to be sure everyone who wants a spot is able to reserve one ASAP and there are lots of perks for checking this off your…

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So big and so curious. Jenny Cruger Photography specializes in organic and natural newborn, baby, maternity, family, and child photography in Nashville, TN and surrounding areas including but not limited to Franklin, Brentwood, Green Hills, Belle Meade, and Thompson’s Station. I would love to begin planning an organic portrait session for your baby & family …

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Spring love with their four babies & a touch of rain to make them grow. Jenny Cruger Photography specializes in organic and natural newborn, baby, maternity, family, and child photography in Nashville, TN and surrounding areas including but not limited to Franklin, Brentwood, Green Hills, Belle Meade, and Thompson’s Station. I would love to begin…

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