My boys love the Elf on a Shelf almost as much as I do. Here are some of our adventures with Ralphie the Elf from 2012. This year is going to be even more fun!
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Your time with Santa is personal and not rushed. You have a scheduled time. There will be no waiting in long lines like the mall. This will make your visit with Santa the most personal experience for your child. The session will be a mini 15-minute session which will be plenty of time for you child to speak with Santa. You will select your images immediately after your session and you will have them in about 14 days (December 7). In order to schedule a session with Santa, you must purchase one of the packages below which start at $40. A la Carte items are available as well.
Digital files of the largest print in your package will be a complimentary gift this year. You will receive it in an email before your prints arrive!
(1) 8x10 (2) 5x7 (8) wallets - $80
(2) 5x7 (8) wallets - $60
(1) 5x7 (8)wallets - $40
A la Carte (after the purchase of a package)
8x10 - 30
5x7 - 25
8 wallets 10
24 5x7 flat cards $32
*Images will not be on Matboard
These sessions will fill fast. Call 586-855-6549 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your appointment.
Posted by Jf at 9:24 PM
Sunday, September 15, 2013
We've (I mean my mom) has sent all kinds of elaborate invitations in the mail. We do send lots of letters to Grandma, Grandpa and Great Grandma. It's a fun way for the boys to practice their writing and the Grandparents send fun things back to them like stickers. They love reading the response letters. The boys and I have mailed a few of these cool gifts out. From the top photos are of colored pencils and rolled up coloring sheets, fun bingo packets, sidewalk chalk and silly putty and newspaper. How much fun are these? My boys actually asked if they could send one to each other. What would you mail?
This is not my original idea. Here is a link to the site. 13 ounces or less
I haven't been to this particular park in quite a few years. I forgot how beautiful it could be. Also the gorgeous model doesn't hurt either;)
PS This train is not on working tracks. Walking on working tracks is dangerous and illegal and has HUGE fines. Please do not ever put someone in harm for a photograph.
Sunday, September 8, 2013
Saturday, September 7, 2013
If you are looking for a perfect picture, I may not be the photographer for you. See it depends on what you think is perfect. Do you think pressed clothes, big fake cheesy smiles and everyone wearing the same outfit is the perfect pic, than I am definitely not the photographer for you!
If you want photos of belly laughing, missing teeth and kids just being kids... we will get along just fine. Who cares if you can see that their pocket is sticking out? Do you see that look on her face? That is what it is about for me! If your little on looses a tooth, it's part of childhood and should be documented. No need to cancel your appointment. Are you going to wait until it grows back to take photos? He'll be 15 by the time he's done loosing teeth and maybe have braces by then. Every part of being a kid should be celebrated and remembered. Don't put it off. Schedule your session bad hair cuts and all.
Friday, September 6, 2013
We were trying to soak up every bit of sun while it lasts. Here are a few of my favorites from the beautiful family beach session.