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Simple Tips for Photographing Babies & Children!

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I mentioned yesterday that I have started a new job as a writer for Babble's Being Pregnant blog. I am extraordinarily excited about this, and I am really looking forward to sharing some of my articles with Dear Crissy readers.

I am striving to meet some pretty ambitious traffic goals to maintain my position at Babble (a great motivator, right?), so any time you click over to check out my articles there, you are helping me immensely. Commenting on my Babble articles, liking on Facebook, Tweeting, Stumbling or +1'ing them also helps in such a huge way. A big hug to all of you who take a moment to read my work on Babble!

Now, for the fun part! Today, I published a little article and photo gallery offering some great tips on taking special, unique photos of your newborn (or baby/child) at home.

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