Baby Bop Hoppin' into Spring...

My two year old loves Barney....

There is this song on there that goes something like, "Do the Baby Bop Hop!".  So, parents out there that know that tune, put that tune to "Do the Bunny Hop!".  That's my version. ;) (Yes, I know, I am a horrible comedian.)

Spring/Easter Mini Sessions are in full swing. Limited spots are available.  Mini sessions are mini, which are wonderful for kids!  Sessions last about 15 mins and only cost $30. You also receive a choice of 1 8x10 OR 2 5x7's OR 3 4x6's OR 4 sets of wallets.  Additional prints may be ordered. And, the hop? I believe we will have a bunny in the studio this year :). Which, I am actually pretty stoked about, I have never held a rabbit before!  In previous years we have had baby chicks and ducks....why not a rabbit? Do, the Baby Bop Hop!!! OH, and I have some new backdrops and floor drops for Spring/Easter Mini Sessions!

In other news....weekend slots for spring/summer sessions are almost completely booked. If you want a spot, contact me asap. Wedding season starts here really soon, pretty darn excited about that.

Did a little spring cleaning in the studio. Some of you might notice a slight difference when stopping by...new photos up on the wall, new curtains, and more organization spaces for my totally healthy obsession of newborn props/hats....

Coming up here in a couple of weeks I am revamping my boudoir world. What does this mean? Well, I have chosen some models of all ages/sizes to photograph so I can advertise the NEW boudoir. I want to market to all women, not just one kind of woman. There is more than one kind of beautiful, and this is what I am after.

And lastly, someone recently asked me how I run a successful business and have young kids. This is how: I schedule appointments on specific days, only work when they sleep, AND I stick to that schedule. Which means sometimes I am awake until 2am working. Because I only work on specific days, that allows my hubby and girls to have all my "other time".  I have to keep that in perspective. If I don't, I lose track of what is important. Yes, my business is like a baby to me and I love photography and all that stuff, but I love my family more. And when I am old and gray and ready to retire...I want my family to still be there. So folks, that is how I do it. :)

Take care everyone!!