I am an area coordinator for this organization, and unfortunately, do these sessions on a regular basis. Just to answer a few questions from above : The organization's guidelines are that we do not photograph a baby less than 24 weeks gestation, UNLESS RECOMMENDED BY MEDICAL STAFF. There are many reasons behind this, and even though that is our policy, there are times when we do photograph a baby less than the 24 week mark. If you (or someone you know) knows ahead of time that you would be needing a photographer, it is important to contact the organization ASAP, as all photographers are volunteers and the sooner we know of a need, the higher the chances are of getting someone there for you. Many hospitals do not know of our existance, so spreading the owrd is key. To find a photographer, go to www.nowilaymedowntosleep.org
and click on 'find a photographer'. It is best to contact an area coordinator for your area (their info is in red) - they have the abilities to contact all photographers at once, instead of you having to call down the list.
If anyone wants to talk privately about Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, or have anyquestions, I am more than willing to talk with you. My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is such a tragedy that services like ours are needed, but a blessing to us that we can help in the healing process in this small way.