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PA Photographer | When In Quarantine

Updated: May 18, 2020

Being the Owner of a small photography business in the state of Pennsylvania, we have been in a "total shutdown mode" for the past 3 months. Let's just say things have not been easy to say the least for small businesses. #Quarantined #PAClosedBusinessOrder

On the bright side I'd like to share with you that I have had TONS of quality time spent #AtHome + #StayingAtHome with my kiddos, testung the waters w/ #Homeschooling them and of course holding down the fort with all 3 of them! GOD BLESS THEM! I feel sooo bad for these kids -- they are stuck at home with me 24/7. So what do we do... remind ourselves that "When life gives you lemons you make lemonade with them" and that's why we are choosing to make the best of the current situation, YES that's how we roll!

I am sharing some pictures that are near and dear to me that were taken during the 2020 Corona-virus / COVID-19 quarantine - and I really don't know if these images would have happened if it weren't for us being quarantined together.

How are you Mamas & fellow Business owners hanging in there with all of this?

I am really hoping and praying that come June our PA businesses will be given the green light to move forward re-opening our doors & operating once again as our clean, self distancing new normal, Photography Studio.

After 4 months of being quarantined.... Are you ready to have your pregnant belly, newborns, 1 year olds milestones, toddlers, family portraits updated?!? I sure hope so because I have missed capturing all of the above!

Just wanted to let ya'll know I am booking the following months in advance June, July & August with hopes we will not have to push back / reschedule any more photoshoots in the future. I really cannot wait to reconnect with all the Families I have been in contact with for your future sessions - it will be amazing to get back to work and have some one on one personal interaction with you!!!!

I miss my job and I miss documenting life <3

Love to everyone & so much praise to those working the front line!

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