Rebuilding in Progress

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. 

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Welcome To My New Blog!

I have been wanting a flashy new blog for awhile - and although I did like the old platform, it was quite limited in what it could do.  So after reviewing the plethora of blogsite companies out there, I stumbled upon Myfotojournal. It’s geared toward photographers and it’s an Edmonton based company!  So I am more than happy to support them! And I think this blog looks snazzy — bigger photos, easier to navigate and easier to leave comments in the comments section. I’ll be adding more stuff & information to this site in the coming weeks — and I have to do something special for my one year anniversary with Teagan Photography. I don’t know how I missed it last month! Maybe a Fall special or a contest!  If you have ideas, let me know what you’d like!

Now an update from my personal/professional life: because I am due with my second child in November, I will be somewhat limiting the number of Fall sessions I book. I will try to work for as long as I can, but this pregnancy has been pretty hard on me physically (I just spent a week in hospital!  Although hospital food isn’t that bad…dessert with every meal. Ha ha!)  So if you are thinking of getting family photos done this autumn (great for Christmas cards), book with me sooner than later. I’ve already noticed some leaves on the poplar trees in Edmonton turning yellow. What’s up with that?

And what’s a new blog post without a photo? Here’s my cheeky daughter eating raspberries (or raspblues as she calls them) from her grandpa’s berry garden.