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This Blog Has Moved!

Please check out my new blog here!

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Website Down

I’m in the process of switching webhosts and my main website is currently down and my email is coming in but not going out.  As a result slideshows will not work and it make take me longer to respond to emails until it is back up.  I apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience!!

Here is a sneak preview of what is coming tomorrow to the blog!

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Love Affair Workshop!

Check out http://www.loveaffairworkshop.com!  They’re giving away prizes & a seat to their workshop on the blog this week! Go enter to win!

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Dave & Brecka on the Wedding Chicks

You can see Dave and Brecka’s wedding on the Wedding Chicks blog in the Real Weddings section!

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Gallery Wrap Canvas Display

Remember these sweet beautiful girls?

Well they are now gracing the walls of the office of their Mommies (which also happens to be my OB-GYN’s office!).    It’s a shame to take the time, money and effort to have your family portraits taken and then end up with only a few 4×6’s to remember your family history by.  A canvas gallery is a fabulous way to display your professional family photos as wall art in your home (or office) that is sure to wow. For this gallery I used two 20×20’s and two 10×20’s!

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Christmas Cards!

I am so  in love with Christmas and SO in love with getting Christmas cards in the mail.  I love to see how people’s families have changed, hear what people are doing, and see what kinds of cards people go to the trouble to create.  That’s why I’m so excited to offer these beautiful press-printed cards to my clients this year!  They start at $45 for 5×7 folded cards or $30 for 5×7 flat cards and come in several paper choices including *pearl* which is my favorite because it’s *shimmery*  They were originally designed that the elements be black and white but all the swirls and curls can be any color you like!  The cards themselves are customizable as well.  If you like the front of one card, the middle of another and the back of another, I can put together just the card you want!  What you are seeing are spreads.  The first image in the spread is the front, the second two are the inside and the fourth is the back.  Click on a card for a larger view.

Email me – beth@bethdreyer.com for more information or to order your cards today!

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Such a Little Boy

It really has started to amaze me how much Shep is really showing his ‘boy’ characteristics already.  I know I know, what other kinds of characteristics was he supposed to start showing?  It is just really hitting me how he is making the transition from my little baby to my little boy.  

Yesterday evening I was giving him his bath and he was such a sight to see.  He had fallen down and bumped his nose earlier which caused his little nose to bleed, so he had some dried up blood under his nose.  As I was taking off his socks, I was amazed at how dirty they were.  When I grabbed his hand to take off his little shirt and he had some kind of sticky orange goop in between his dirty  fingers to which were stuck a bunch of yucky fuzzies.  I’m looking at him thinking, “Where did this come from?  How did you get this dirty?  You are such a little boy!” 

He loves to play with balls, loves to watch sports with Daddy, he already loves to watch airplanes in the sky, and immediately looks up to find one when he hears the familiar noise.  When we bring him inside from playing he almost always cries when we close the door.  If he had his way, the back door would stay open all day so he could run inside and outside at will (no matter how cold it is!)  

The other day Jake brought him in from the backyard and had blood dripping off his little fingers, though he didn’t seem to realize he had a boo-boo.  As I cleaned him off, I realized that he had little scratches all the way up one arm!  “Have a little tangle with a rose bush there, Shep?”

Yes, my little baby is turning into a little boy.

 

The black and white photo was taken by Kate Brewer.

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