Monday, February 22, 2010

Megan and Jamie's Amazing Adventure!

Mark and I had such a great time this weekend with Megan and Jamie! They ran, and jumped, and laid on ice for their awesome engagement session around Canandaigua Lake. Thank you so much for such a wonderful time, and for bring such great sports! We can't wait 'till their wedding this fall!

Friday, February 19, 2010

Print Sale is Here!!!!!!!

Through the end of February, we will be having our annual winter print sale. Until midnight on February 28th, all reprints will be 40% off, any size, any finish. Now is the time to decorate your wall with that large Gallery Wrap you've had your heart set on.

Important Note: If you want to pay by credit card and you're ordering from our ImageQuix proofing site, click "Paying by Check" and call the studio with your credit card. ImageQuix will not take the discount off and will charge your card for the full amount.

Stay tuned in March for our Big Print Sale as well as our Graduation Announcement Sale for seniors.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Ties and Tutu's

February mini session special!
Bring in your little ones for a super cute session, and be ready for Mother's day and Father's day!
Mini sessions are $99 and include session, online gallery, 2 Facebook images, and 8x10 print, and a discount off of all of your a-la-carte prints!
Give us a call

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Introducing baby Evelyn!

She's finally here!
Well worth the wait!

Monday, February 15, 2010


We have some of the cutest, cuddliest, funnest (that's not a word, is it?) most adorable puppies ever! They were brought up here from Georgia as part of a dog rescue.
Please follow the links below to view photos of these cuties.
If you, or someone you know, is interested in adopting one of these guys, please visit Going To The Rescuers to fill out an application.
Gunner -
Macy -

Monday, February 8, 2010

My Jared

My little Jared re-started his speech therapy this afternoon. I am so excited! It's been a battle, to say the least, to get him back into the program.
Jared is smart, very smart. So smart that because of his intelligence New York State was willing to ignore the fact that he is mostly unintelligible, 55% intelligibility to be exact. That means that 45% of what he says makes no sense at all to strangers. He's almost 4, and I believe (feel free to correct me if I'm wrong) he should have an intelligibility rate of 80% or more by the age of 4.
Jared wears his heart on his sleeve. His feelings are easily hurt. He loves everyone. He loves to give hugs, and I melt when stops playing to come over and give me a hug, and say "I love you mommy."
I love my Jared.
When he started his session today, Allie (his therapist) asked him to repeat a sentence. He put his head down, and began to pout. She asked him again to say the sentence. Jard continued to stare at his feet.
We both encouraged him, and told him he was smart, and he could do it.
He looked up with his big baby blues, and said "My mouth tells me I sound different."
My Jared. My still 3 year old Jared, knows that he sounds different.
How do you, as a parent, reassure you're child that they are wonderful, and intelligent, and special when everyone else in the world knows (and points out) that they are different?
I love my Jared.
I love that he is different, but he doesn't.