Posted on August 13, 2016
As so many of you know we welcomed our newest addition in January in a rather dramatic and world changing fashion.
My sweet Wyatt couldn’t wait to get here! So much so that he arrived 6 weeks early. This resulted in a NICU stay where we fought low birth weight/respiratory distress/jaundice and other not so fun things. But he amazed us all (including the doctors and nurses) by not listening when they projected a minimum of 30 days and up to 45 days and busting out of there on day 12. He’s impatient just like his mother when it comes to hospital stays.
His prematurity has brought us several challenges such as the inability to place him in daycare due to a weakened immune system and limited options for babysitters, which resulted in me taking a much longer break from business than I had originally anticipated.
I’m glad to say that, although he still may be tiny, he is mighty and he is strong. At 7 months he is exceeding all expectations and, although we’re still not cleared for daycare, Mommy is able to return to work on an (almost) full time basis.
Just in time for Fall Sessions!!! My favorite time of year is approaching (Fall/Christmas) and I’m so excited to get back into the swing of things.
Please contact me if you’d like to book a fall session. I am booking dates through November currently. I only have 6-7 available spaces per month so these will move quickly. As a celebration of my return to work and my newest little one’s good health I’m offering all regular sessions at the limited time price of $250. This includes all your final high resolution digital images on a disc with rights to print in color and black and white. This excludes newborn sessions.
I’m currently only offering outdoor sessions as we are relocating my studio to another location. I can’t wait to hear from you!
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