Aprildawn Photography

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Where you can get the latest information on Authentic Personal Brand Storytelling Photography. Aprildawn Photography is located in Phoenix Arizona, and serves the surrounding areas: Gilbert, Queen Creek, Maricopa, Ahwatukee, Tempe, and Chandler. Available to Travel world wide.

Save Time and Money by Using Personal Brand Photography

Aprildawn of Aprildawn Photography in Phoenix Arizona, helps business owners by looking at the benefit and power of having curated personal brand photographs on hand.

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7 Tips for Capturing Authentic Turkey Day Photos

Aprildawn Gollihue, Family Documentary Photographer of Aprildawn Photography shares 7 Tips for capturing great photos during your Thanksgiving family get together.

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Your Hospital Bag Checklist

One of the most important third trimester to-dos: Deciding what to pack in your hospital bag—for baby, you and your partner. So where to start? Let me provide you the ultimate checklist to ensure you have all the needs and comforts for your birth. xoxox ~ Aprildawn

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Meet Mason he is a Beautiful Child of 2018

Aprildawn Photography has chosen to give Mason as one of our Beautiful Children of 2018. As he has shown kindness and generosity to others while facing bullying at school. Mason has since changed schools and really likes his new teachers and fellow classmates. As always #StandupSpeakout and share your story to educate and inspire others to stop bullies.

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Meet Austin, he is Beauty Revived!

Aprildawn Photography has chosen Austin as our Beauty Revived Beautiful Children of 2018. As he has shown perservence and strength while facing bullying at school. Austin is still at the same school and continues to share his story to inspire other to speak up. As always #StandupSpeakout and share your story to educate and inspire others to stop bullies.

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Breastfeeding in Public without a cover

Nursing in public seemed to be a non-issue in colonial America. Our foremothers were expected to maintain a busy household, which included feeding the baby, and breastfeeding in the market or other public areas was not a cause for uproar. At that time, breastfeeding was the only way to feed a baby, either by the natural mother or a wet-nurse. The Puritans believed breasts were created for the nourishment of children and strongly encouraged women to nurse their own babies. Breastfeeding in public was commonplace for colonial women because they lived in a society that supported breastfeeding.

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