Welcome to the World Madison Bisek | Family & Milestone Photography

Megan Tansom | May 21, 2019

Proud parents, Eric and Katie Bisek, welcomed their daughter, Madison Lyn Bisek, to the world on December 17th, 2018. She arrived a little early and was just a little peanut at 5 pounds 10 ounces. Eric and Katie were so happy their sweet little girl was finally here!

Katie grew up in Madison, Wisconsin so when thinking of names that meant something to them, this seemed perfect for their daughter.

“I don’t remember a world without her. She is my favorite part of my day from good morning smiles to goodnight snuggles.”

– Eric Bisek

I have known Eric forever. We went to school together and became the best of friends in our high school years. He is one of the kindest humans I know with the biggest heart. I was happy he found someone to spend the rest of his life with and overjoyed at the news they were expecting a baby girl. I have always known Eric would make a great Dad and he has proven that with Maddi.

Katie is also an amazing Momma. Eric has only great things to say about his wife and her new role. “It’s been really amazing to watch Katie transform into such a caring momma so naturally.”

Thank you for having me during the first few weeks of Maddi’s life to capture her sweet face and your love for her. I am excited to watch you grow as a family. 

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