The JFP FIVE DAYS OF GIVEAWAYS have been such a big success! A free seat to the “Cabin Fever” Photog Q&A, a $50 JFP credit, a $15 Dunkin’ Donuts gift card and a custom photo phone case were all given as gifts! Thanks a million to everyone that has visited my blog this week and left such kind words and awesome feedback. Your support is so very much appreciated and it made me feel good about where JFP is today. 🙂

I created this week of giveaways to celebrate the “giving” of the Christmas season. Not only is it a joyful time to give to friends and family, but it’s also a time to give to those in need. Whether it’s shelter, food, safety or health, there are so many people in need and it’s sad to think that they are suffering and going through life challenges, especially this time of year. So I’d like to try do my part. I’d like to do a little bit of extra special “giving” for day five of the giveaways…

A free portrait session for a family in need.

I realize that pictures aren’t a “necessity”, but I know they can be an extra special treat for a family this time of year, especially a family in need. Maybe a family that has never been able to afford professional pictures? Maybe a family working through some medical issues/restraints during the Christmas season? Whatever the family’s unique situation, whatever is keeping them from having family pictures taken, I’d like to give my time to create some special memories and pictures for them.

So here’s how day five of the giveaways will work…

This day does not require 25 comments on this blog post. All you need to do is email me (, either for yourself or a family you know, and share a little bit about why the family should receive the gift. I’ll personally choose one family and gift them with a free portrait session. Family pictures can be so joyful and so fulfilling, and they’re something that people can cherish forever. So in light of the season and to celebrate “giving”, I’m excited to give this gift to a family this Christmas…




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Love this. So sweet and so appreciated I’m sure. Blessings to you and your family and a very merry Christmas!

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