{Valentine's Day} Couples Contest!

Want to win a FREE one hour photo shoot?

Here’s how you enter:
Share this page on your Facebook or blog and paste the link in an email along with an attached picture of you and your significant other or best friend to brittneywoodwardphoto@gmail.com
I will then put all pictures I receive in an album on the “Brittney Woodward Photography” fan page on Facebook.
*Entries will only be accepted today, January 8th through Thursday, January 12th @ 12 pm PST.
*Voting will be held from Friday, January 13th through Monday, January 16th @ 12 pm PST.

How to Vote:
 “Like” Brittney Woodward Photography on Facebook, then write VOTE on the picture you would like to see win a free photo shoot! One vote per person, per picture.
Share this contest as many times as you want, in order to get as many votes you can in order to win!
Spread the word!
The picture with the most comments that say "VOTE" wins the free one hour photo shoot!
Keep it clean and good luck everyone!
Any questions feel free to email me at the address stated above.
Brittney, Owner of Brittney Woodward Photography

I believe in Santa Claus!

Every year since I was born and back three more generations in my family, Santa has visited all of our homes on Christmas Eve. And its not what you think: that Santa comes and fills our stockings after everyone has fallen to sleep...like he does the rest of the world. Santa stops at our house and walks slowly inside taking time from his trip around the world to spend special time with each of us and give us our presents individually. Tradition to me is something that should never be broken. I'm one who hates change, so i stick with it! Anyways, this tradition is my very favorite. Last year my son, Gage, was only about three weeks old when santa visited. Which you know isn't near old enough to comprehend who the big guy in the red suit, with the long white beard, and is holding me with a tight grip (as i sleep) is. So as you might get from all this- my husband and I were looking forward to this specific time very much. Not to mention- it was also my husbands first time to experience this glorious tradition with my family beings it was our first Christmas together as a married couple! This year Gage would be almost 13 months and fully capable of having any emotion he wanted toward the big guy. And he did. As a walking, wanting to talk little guy, he didnt have much to say. He took steps forward then backward depending on the way Santa moved. But finally, it happened. He trusted Santa enough to reach out and touch him... And here is the picture I took in that very instant:

This is the only picture I got but as the saying states "A picture is worth a thousand words." My family and I will cherich this picture knowing another generation is enjoying a part of our history. I hope my kids and their kids continue to share this tradition and keep believing in Santa for years and generations to come.

What traditions do you and your family have?