Family life Christmas baby portraits we wish we’d thought of We've found the best baby portrait ideas on Pinterest that you can do yourself at home... 1 of Ad break Look at all the lights!The idea behind this charming portrait is simple. Surround your baby with fairy lights and be ready to catch her wonderment as you switch them on. Of course, you'll need to take pictures quickly because from the look in her eye, it'll only take a moment to go from "Oooh, they're so pretty" to "Awww, I need to put them in my mouth." Photo: Facebook / Bonnie Velazco Photography Christmas baublesThe baubles on the tree are usually tantalisingly out of reach for your toddler - so letting her explore is a great opportunity for a Christmas photo. Photo: Making Memories With You The best presentWrap a large nappy box in paper and ribbon and position in front of the tree for this cute portrait idea. Photo: JM Photography Chalkboard reindeerOk, so if you have a chalkboard wall then the possibilities are pretty endless. But we love this reindeer idea. Photo: One Claire Day Continue slideshow > Oh Christmas TreeThis amazing portrait idea uses the light from the Christmas tree to take a silhouette of your little ones. Photo: Facebook / Jennie Pyfferoen Photography A Christmas stocking full of babyThis has to be the cosiest baby's first Christmas portrait we've seen. Perfect for younger babies who just can't keep their eyes open and won't smile for the camera on demand! Photo: Didi Vaz Creative Driving home for ChristmasWe just love this photo. Ok, so it's not for baby's first Christmas but with a Christmas tree strapped to the top of his Little Tikes Cozy Coupe car, this little one looks like he's driving home to his family for Christmas! Photo: Sara-Anne Photography By Jessica Gibb Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums 7-month's pregnant mum asked to PROVE she was expecting by rail staff Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter are having baby no 2 Would you use this breastfeeding emoji? Selma Blair on her mid-flight meltdown: 'My son was asleep, he had headphones on'