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Mother care photoshoot with pixi-foto


Poppy's 1st Christmas 

My mum, Poppy and me 

Mother and daughter 

Poppy surprise!


A few weeks ago, I went to mother care with my mum to pick out a Christmas day outfit for Poppy. This little trip turned into a 1 hour job as we spotted a mini photo-shoot for babies. Pixi-foto are a family portrait photographers. We had a lovely time and poppy enjoyed it too!

There were 9 themes throughout the shoot. You pay £10 for the shoot with one free print to pick up on your date slot. Unfortunately really disappointed me was that the photographer would not tell me the prices of all the photos (singles, packages etc) ! I had to wait two weeks till I was told, the pictures were lovely and great quality but just for these images were £40 plus my free photo, so all together it cost me £50! Just a little advice, I took the rest of the pictures on my phone (I'll get them developed elsewhere), the assistant was kind enough to let me do this only, i think, because I bought the £40 package. If you didn't buy any then I don't think you would be so lucky. All in all, great quality photos but I wouldn't use them again...if they had told me the prices to begin with i wouldn't have used them in the first place!

I think i will stick to local photographers in future as they are competitive and have great deals around November and December for babies first christmas photo-shoots also great prices too. 


Hope you enjoyed the read mummy club 
Lots of love 
Natasha 
xXx 

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