'Tis the season for some sneezin'

October 10, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

It's getting to be that time of year again that we all know way too well; cold and flu season.  

So, here are just a few things to remember when scheduling your session with us during this time of year!

Do not be afraid to reschedule your session with us if your little one comes down with something, in fact we often encourage this.  We want your little one to give us big smiles and be comfortable being in the studio with us!  And if they aren't feeling their best, we won't get their best!

Think of when you send your child to school or day care with other children and how they are being exposed to so many germs throughout the day, the same thing applies here at the studio.  We clean the studio regularly, but a little more is involved when dealing with viruses.  We have to disinfect everything to ensure we are not spreading it to the next client.  If you bring your child or even yourself into the studio when you have a cold or the flu, anything you touch we would need to disinfect or wash, and could affect the next scheduled appointment.  We suggest to keep the 24 hour rule in mind with virus.  If your child is fever, vomit, and diarrhea free 24 hours prior to the session, you are in the clear, still let us know that they had a little something so we can plan accordingly. 

**If you find out within 72 hours after being in the studio that your child has caught lice please notify us immediately. 

If your child just has a runny nose, that's nothing to panic over, just remember to bring lots and lots of boogie wipes, tissues, or baby wipes because editing boogies and snot is a little difficult!


Please remember, that our staff constantly has newborns in and out of the studio on a regular basis and their immune system is very fragile, so we are extremely careful to not expose them to anything.  Also, our staff is always volunteering in the NICU and we really cannot take the chance of carrying any viruses in there with us as well.  

Just a few things to remember with the season approaching us sooner rather than later!  



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