Hello, welcome to my page Petite Biet. I hope you find what you are looking for.
Petite Biet is the place where I share my thoughts and works with you. You can read my blogs about my crazy life as a wife and a mother of two. And don’t forget our first baby love, our fur baby Nico who will always be a part of our family.
Come and look at my portfolio of photos and short films. I like capturing photos taken from ordinary occasions but given a special touch to reveal the beauty and magic of every day. I take maternity and family pictures to help women document their journey from nine months and beyond.
Stay tuned for updates regarding our pictorials. We usually schedule mini-session dates all over New York where I can take photos of you, your lovely babies, or the whole family. You can choose any of these beautiful places: Central Park, Soho, Tribeca, West Village, and Dumbo. Let us roam Tribeca along with its beautiful alleys and architecture to get a perfect shot. Or you might prefer the classic atmosphere of the West Village. Dumbo will give us a view of the East River, Jane’s Carousel, and the lovely bridges. Meet me in one of the colorful streets of Soho and I will capture your moments with an urban feel. But if you prefer the sense of nature, I suggest we hit Central Park. There are different sceneries to choose from. We have carefully chosen these spots as background for your pictures. I just love the outdoors and capturing candid and special moments with nature and the environment of New York City as the backdrop. Our mini-sessions take around 30 minutes. For $250, you will get 10-15 high-resolution pictures, professionally edited, and delivered to you within 10 days. Select the date and time convenient for you. Contact us for bookings.
Petite Biet does not make reviews for products. Whatever I have shared in my blog is my personal opinion and feedback based on our own experiences. However, we do partner with brands and creative individuals for an artistic collaboration. You can take a look at my featured collaborations with Sid NYC, H&M, Louis Vitton, and Osh Kosh. I have made commissioned films and visual shots to convey their messages. Just contact me if you have anything in mind and let’s fuse our creative energies together and make magic happen. Check out my current partners Sakura Bloom, Children’s Museum of the Arts, The Lower Eastside Girls Club of New York, MoMA Kids, and Feather Drum by Chloe.
But I do like to know more about you. Let’s talk and share ideas here on my page. We can discuss love, marriage, family, motherhood, friendship, and all there is to know about life. Incidentally, I also work with other amazing moms in a project we call “Together We Mother”. We write about our journey to motherhood and share them with you.
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When you are a mom of two little babies, sometimes you have to put your life on hold. Your children are your world. Your days smell of milk and baby food. Your house is in disarray. The laundry piles up and the bathroom is not clean. There is just so many chores to do and yet so little time. Because all your time is spent with these two active balls of energy who refuse to sleep or even leave your side even just for a minute. This is your reality. This is what every day looks like and you just have to make it through one day at a time.
With taking care of the babies, the crazy errands you have to finish, and the half-forgotten household chores, there is little time for anything else. If your energy is not yet drained by the end of the day, you must be a superhero of some sort. Tell me how you do it! But I know us moms are superheroes in our own right. I never imagined I could do all these things. If you asked me if I would be willing to be a stay at home mom when I was younger, I would have answered, “Hell, no!” I would hire a babysitter to do the job for me while I live my life the way I want to. But it doesn’t work that way. When you have seen your precious little babies for the first time, you know there’s no one in the world you would entrust them with, except maybe for your mother. You want to be there for them, to take care of them by yourself, to wipe every tear in their eye, and to see every milestone in their early years.
Ah yes, this is what motherhood has done to me. My house may be a mess but I’m sure I have a happy and healthy bunch of kiddos who lovingly call me their Mama.