With the Cape Cod Parent Resource Fair rapidly approaching we will be sharing blog posts on our participating sponsors, vendors and nonprofits. You will find out more about these amazing businesses and what they offer to our community. They will be sharing their services, advice, what challenges face our community as well as upcoming events they will be having. Make sure to check out our virtual program and resource guide ahead of the event so you can plan for what you want to see! We hope to see you at the Resource Fair!
Fleeting Moments Photography
1. Tell us about your business/non profit and how it benefits local families?
Fleeting Moments Photography is a local business that believes in supporting the community in any way it can. Frequently we will volunteer our time to a cause or give away gift certificates for silent auctions to help in raising money.
2. Where is it located?
Fleeting Moments Photography is located in South Dennis but we travel the Cape within a 20 mile radius of Dennis
3. What is your favorite part about our community?
Cape Cod is a very relaxed and chill community. The people we have encountered truly are great people.
4. How else do you get involved with the community?
I will partner with other businesses in the community which in turn helps us both. I help out where ever I can with my kids extracurricular activities and schools.
5. What are the biggest challenges facing parents in our community?
I think the biggest challenges facing parents is technology - where our kids are concerned. It's difficult to constantly monitor what they are doing as technology is ever changing. I have a 10 year old and a 13 year old and I am constantly on them to make sure they are safe.
6. What is your favorite memory or story over the years involving you and your business?
Over the past seven years I have met so many great families and captured their memories. I love seeing families grow year after year. So many of my clients have become good friends.
7. What advice would you give parents and care givers in our community?
Follow your instincts - always. Your gut feelings will lead you in the right direction. Once I had my son, i knew that I did not want to keep working full time in an office. It took me three years and I was able to quit working to raise our kids. Thankfully, I did. A few short years later my son was diagnosed with Autism and I am so happy that I followed my heart and was able to be home for him during the rough years. It just didn't seem natural for me to be at work while someone else was taking care of him. I know that if I did not make that decision years ago, he would be a much different person.
8. Do you have any specials, events, or anything else taking place this upcoming year that our parents should know?
I am starting to book family photo sessions now and if you book before March 31st, you get an additional free 8x10 print with your session. Family Photo Sessions cost $195 and include an 8x10 photo (good for up to six people). The summer months fill up quickly.
Cape Cod Moms