Drea and Aj’s Couples Maternity Session in Atlanta Georgia

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Whether the comparison is a masterpiece painting, a great work of literature, or an emotionally moving symphony – undoubtedly the greatest creations of humanity is the miracle of a child entering the world. A balance in combination of mother and father – two halves creating a whole, and that miracle becomes a constant gift as the features and qualities of the parents are realized from one day to the next – taking shape in the form of their greatest creation.

For Drea and Aj, these two Georgia State University sweethearts look forward to recognizing those traits and qualities within their baby girl – and all the wonderfully endearing, tender, and humorous moments she will create.

Read all about Drea’s MunaMommy-to-be experiences in this sweet couples maternity session!

MunaMommy-to-be: Andrea Scales

Is this your first child or do you have other children? This is our first child.

Boy or Girl? She’s a baby girl.

How has your pregnancy been? My pregnancy is surprisingly pleasant. The months are flying by without a hitch.

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All mommy’s-to-be experience those crazy cravings! What’s been your guilty pleasure? I craved juice, candy, sweets, and occasionally McDonald’s cheeseburgers.

What was the inspiration for your maternity shoot? The theme for our shoot was Atlanta based, because that is where both of us are from and we’re both students at Georgia State University.

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What aspect of motherhood are you looking forward to the most? What I’m looking forward to most is bonding with my baby and seeing our (my boyfriend and I’s) traits and qualities in her.

What is your advice for expecting mothers/parents? I would tell expecting mothers to take those nine months and make sure they’re doing things that make them feel good about themselves. Our bodies change so much during pregnancy it’s easy to feel down. A few cute maternity outfits definitely boosted my confidence.

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Photographer: CreativeSoul Photography