Maybe you’ve noticed it’s been a bit quiet around here. December was a tumultuous month for my family. A few things happened: 1. My husband had an unexpected spinal surgery, 2. We found out we were expecting (a surprise) baby #4 and 3. Our military orders changed for the third time (and still aren’t finalized yet). A whirlwind? Yep.
Fortunately we have an incredible community of support here. And, my mom and in-laws both traveled here for over a week to help our family while Mike was recovering. We still have a long way to go to get back to the status quo, but this was the first week of a “new normal” for us. Homeschool. Morning sickness. A husband who is at 40% for a bit. Still, I’ll take it. It is MUCH better than the roller-coaster that was December.
What does all of this mean for Lifeography?
I had planned on shooting Spring/Early Summer sessions in Virginia Beach no matter when our move happened. At this point, we’ll be learning more specifics regarding our move dates soon. I will most likely be shooting in late April/Early May. If we have moved already, I will be flying back for a week of sessions. Until then, I am taking leave and am not scheduling any bookings. If you think you would like to schedule a session during this time frame get on my interest list ASAP by submitting the contact form at the top of the blog. Those families will get priority scheduling since slots will be limited.
Fabulous “Four” is due in mid-August, so once my Spring sessions are complete, I won’t be shooting portrait clients for quite some time, nor restarting my portrait business in our new location until after he/she arrives.
In the interim, I’ll be sharing more projects from the end of the year I missed out on blogging and will continue to write a bit. If you’re interested, you can also check out my new family blog No Place Like Roam where I’ll be focusing more on the little people who got me started in the first place and sharing some of our day-to-day bits, especially homeschooling.
Thank you to all of the magnificent clients and friends who have cheered me on this past year. Your support is the backbone of my portrait business and I am so grateful for each of you.