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Forrest General’s Women and Children’s services introduces Bella Baby Photography - Forrest Health
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    Published on February 20, 2018

    Forrest General’s Women and Children’s services introduces Bella Baby Photography

    Forrest General Hospital has recently contracted with Bella Baby Photography. These professional photographers are staffed on-site every day, and each new mother is offered a complimentary photo session that takes place right in her hospital room. Parents and siblings are encouraged to participate to create a beautiful family experience.

    “We are pleased to partner with this company. They use all of the latest photographic techniques that mothers today want including the use of natural light, magazine-style close ups, and incorporating other family members into the photo shoot. We know moms will be happy to have these beautiful photos as a reminder of their birth story,” said Tangela Boutwell, director of Women and Children’s Services.

    Mothers can view their photo sessions immediately with a custom online slide show posted to the Bella Baby website (protected with a unique password). Online viewing and ordering is offered for two weeks to anyone with whom mothers choose to share their passwords; immediate in-hospital purchasing is also available.

    For more information about Bella Baby and how new moms can prepare for a photo shoot, visit

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