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I’m sure you have all seen the movie, “Lilo & Stitch”.  There is a quote that has been ringing in my head for a while……’Ohana means Family, Family means nobody gets left behind.  As a parent, we all strive to make sure that “nobody gets left behind”.  In the past few months I have watched one of my children start to struggle with their school work.  At first I thought it would get better with time but it has been brought to my attention that they are in need of some help.  Nothing in this entire world is more important than making sure my children have all the tools they need to succeed in life.  I will sacrifice whatever it takes.  With that being said……I am going to be changing things up with my business for March and April:

1.  I no longer shoot in the evenings……this is when my child is home and I can help them.

2.  I only shoot some saturdays

3.  I will no longer be doing any ordering…….this will change but it is what I have to do right now. 


I love what I do and it saddens me to have to slow down but my child is way more important.  Please bear with me and know that this it just temporary.  I will now be including the High-Resolution with sessions.  I believe it will free up some time for me to help my child.  The ordering is what makes me crazy and takes up a lot of my time.  One day I will be able to hire someone to help me but for now this is my solution.

Here is my new pricelist for March and April Sessions.  You will notice that I haven’t included a “Family” Session.  That is because they are a lot of work and I can’t afford to take up any more of my time.  I am also shooting in my home with natural light and I just don’t have the space needed for this.  This will change. 

For Grads of 2011!!  Here is my pricelist for you!  This is good all year.


I truly appreciate all of my clients!  This is why I love my job.  I am flexible……which is what you need to be when you’re a mom.  Change is good!

Check ya later!


March 1, 2011 - 5:09 pm

Sheila - Good For You, TJ!
I hate to tell you this, but it gets even busier when they are older. Your clients will adjust and you will feel a lot “free-er” (is that a word? ) Enjoy those kiddos! I have felt the same way with one of mine for the past year (since I got a separate studio) Oh, where are my priorities?

March 4, 2011 - 11:32 am

Nataly - I hear you…all my kids are all still so young, but whatever their ages, family always comes first…and you’re right…us moms know all about being flexible :) Good luck with everything :)

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