Three days ONLY — November 23, 24 & 25, 2018. Christmas mini sessions will be at my studio, conveniently located off the Whitemud and Anthony Henday in west Edmonton.
Sessions are 20 minutes long (appointments scheduled every 30 minutes, participants must show up on TIME).
Up to 4 children per 20 minutes. If you have more children, please book two back to back 20 minute time slots.
And NEW this year — I can take bookings for families! Yay! There is a catch. My set can only accommodate families with small children, as the children have to sit on their parent’s laps.
These sessions are also meant for those that are able to sit up on their own. Babies under six months old would have to sit with mom or dad for support.
The style of this Christmas set up is perfect for pyjamas or a Holiday outfit! You can also bring a Christmas book or toy for your child’s photo. I will have a few props on hand.
Friday November 23
Saturday November 24
Sunday November 25
5pm — BOOKED Leanne G
9:30am — BOOKED Christine W
10am — BOOKED Melissa M
10:00am — BOOKED Kemi K
10:30am — BOOKED Chelsea H
10:30am — BOOKED Angela L
11am — BOOKED Lesia V
1:30pm — BOOKED Leanne K
3pm — BOOKED Christy P
$225 session fee (plus GST). Includes 5 digital files of your choice and a 5x7 digital holiday card for you to print at the lab of your choice. The session fee is required at time of booking to hold the spot. ALLSALESAREFINAL! All galleries will be ready by Dec 3, giving you lots of time for ordering Christmas cards!
If you have visited my blog in the last couple of weeks, you will have noticed there are no photos of my sessions. Just a bunch of posts with the same picture saying I need to update my 3rd Party Service provider. For the last 10 years I had been using Photobucket to host my blog photos, because it was free. Yeah yeah I know. Free never stays free. And it didn’t. Overnight, one day in June, Photobucket broke the links for 10’s of millions of photos and sent out word that we had to pay for their highest level of service before they would restore the links. Myself and millions of other long time users were shocked and very upset. So I am now trying to rebuild my blog by uploading the photos again through MyFotoJournal, which hosts my blog. This is what I should have done in the beginning. In the meantime, please visit my Facebook Page for the latest photos. This will take a long time to fix.
Allison Anderson, Teagan Photography
Ps here is an updated photo of my little family. This was from the last few days we had with our little dog, Shadow.
This is an adorable family that I was so happy to meet! Cute kids, smiley faces & a gorgeous mom - perfect photography combo! I met Stacey at the Little Monster’s Swap Meet in June, when our booths shared the same area. I was excited and nervous to take their photos because of the range in the kid’s ages. Certain ages can be very challenging, but all four of them did fantastic!
Look at this face! Grover is one of the cutest/funniest looking cats I have ever seen…..but he was so sweet. And he wants you to take him home. In fact all of these animals are looking for homes and are currently bunking at the Edmonton Humane Society. The shelter is so full of cats that they have had to close their doors to cats. This means that the shelter has NO kennel space available at all. During this time, they encourage a pet owner to come back when there is room. This “closed” status is only taken under extreme circumstances and usually for just a day or two.
And on another note, please DONOTLEAVEYOURPETSINTHECAR! The weather in Edmonton is forecast to be very warm this week. Twice in the last two days, I have come across dogs locked in cars, the windows down just a crack and the car sitting in full sun. This upsets me so much! Taken from the EHS website:
What many pet owners don’t realize is how hot a vehicle can become in such a short time. On a warm day, a vehicle acts like an oven, trapping the heat inside. In fact, the inside temperature of a vehicle can soar to 39ºC (100ºF) in as little as ten minutes, and to 49ºC (120ºF) within thirty minutes. This can happen even if the windows are slightly rolled down or if the vehicle is parked in the shade.
Animals do not sweat the same way as humans. With nothing but overheated air to breathe, a dog can only last a short time before suffering severe brain damage or even death. If possible, leave your pet at home. Or, if it is necessary to travel with an animal, travel with a passenger so you do not need to leave your pet in the car with the windows rolled up.
Signs of heat exhaustion include heavy panting, unsteadiness, vomiting, glazed eyes, or a tongue that has change in colour to deep red or purple. If your pet is suffering from heat exhaustion, apply cool (not cold) water to its entire body, not including its head. You can also give your pet small amounts of cool water to drink or ice cubes to lick, in addition to applying ice packs or cold towels to its head, neck, and chest. Take your pet to the nearest veterinarian as soon as possible.
Spartacus is the victim of an unfortunate haircut;) Give him a chance for his hair to grow back.
Edmonton Newborn and Baby Photographer -- Teagan Photography specializes in capturing your most precious moments. Teagan Photography specializes in Newborn, Maternity and Family photography in the greater Edmonton region.