Oh Baby! Baby Photography Special, Available Now.

I LOVE babies! All babies! I am that annoying lady in the store who stops you to look and talk to your baby when you are in a hurry. Hey, people stop me all the time to look at mine so why not return the favor?! LOL I really can’t help myself. They are SO cute! What better way to celebrate and commemorate this special stage than a photo shoot? Not only will you have life long keepsake and memory but, it is super fun! I just did one with 311 Digital for my latest beauty, Devorah Jone’. Check out her pictures below.

311 Digital is running a “Baby Photo Special” for your photography needs!

Here is the awesome special…

BABY SPECIAL: ONLY $199 | 60 minute shoot with 4 looks and 3 edits/retouches. Props included for boy or girl. On-location.
Packages are tailored for individuals. Additional persons are subject to additional fees. Please mention Facebook for a discount.
Photo Session Specials includes:
-Multiple wardrobe changes/looks
-No limit on images taken
-24-hour Turnaround Time for Proofs. All high-resolution proofs will be uploaded via photo-sharing site for you to view and download.
-Your choice of final images to be retouched/airbrushed and ready for print. This includes removing blemishes, color correction/contrast, whitening teeth, brightening eyes, smoothing the skin, braces removal, etc.
Additional Services:
-Photo Editing: I can retouch extra images from our shoot or that you already have at a flat rate of $20 an image.
Additional overtime: $50/hr
Cash, Paypal, and all major credit cards accepted.
I strive for quality images that you can use for your own personal advancement/promotion, or even just for fun! Shoot me an email thru my website if interested in setting up a session!
Contact me today and I can help book your appointment.

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You will love it! Show me your pictures when you get done. Have the best day loves.


Creator of Arthur Lashes Out In Response To Adult-themed Arthur Memes Saying, “Black People Ruin Everything”

It is rumored that Arthur creator, Marc Brown, is highly upset at the recent creation of raunchy memes featuring all of the Arthur cartoon characters. I watched Arthur when the show was popular, as well as my kids. I have seen feedback from those in my social media network stating in a joking manner that their childhood is becoming ruined because of it. Others continue to post and share Arthur memes on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Many people find it hilarious but not Marc Brown. He was said to have responded negatively and has no intentions on taking back what he said.

Brown is rumored to have stated:

“Black People Ruin Everything.”, “Arthur was created to entertain kids. Not promote sex, drugs and being a THOT? WTF, is a thot?” and “Just because you have to go on Maury to find your father doesn’t mean you have the right to destroy my cartoon.”.

A show that was created to be wholesome and educational has been violated after a plethora of memes for social media were created of the cartoon. They went viral inciting others to create more. These memes promote many negative themes including sex, drug use and derogatory language.

The Associated Press posts article “Arthur network disappointed in explicit memes”. The article states, “The network behind the animated series ‘Arthur’ is disappointed that social media users are combining images from the long-running children’s show with explicit situations and language”.


Some of then include sexual situations between Arthur and DW. She was his little sister in the popular cartoon show. funniest-hey-arthur-memes-01-640x578

Understandably, Brown has a right to be upset if that is not what the show was created to promote. My opinion is that he went a bit over board with the racial comments because people of all races create memes. No one knows who started it.

Whats the bright side for Brown? Arthur is trending now. It can be used as unforeseen promotion, just not the way you prefer. Cash in, Mr. Brown! This will fizzle soon. “Arthur” first appeared on the air in 1996 and continues to air on PBS stations.

What’s your favorite or most hated  #ArthurMeme? Let me know.


By: Sarahyah Yisrael, Social Entrepreneur

Edited By: Lena Saucedo