January 23, 2017 - According to Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook is going to start showing "Business Pages" (like mine) to even fewer people in your newsfeed. It is apparent the reason is to get business pages to pay for the exposure but it is too expensive for me to pay for every post, every day to show you what is happening with Standing on the Promises Photography.
So, if you'd like to see posts instead of less, here's what you can do. (This works with any Facebook "Page" you'd like to follow.)
1. Go to the https://www.facebook.com/StandingPromisesSherriHerring/
2. Mouse over the Following tab and a dropdown will appear.
3. Select the See First option under In Your News Feed.
4. Then under Notifications select On (Posts, Events, Suggested Live Videos) (see below).
It's a boy!!!
Congratulations Rejeana and Allan on the birth of your new blessing from God! Rejeana gave birth to her son at Jackson Hospital, Montgomery Alabama. Rejeana's husband, Allan, and her mother, Kim, was with her to help and support her through labor and birth. It was great to see how they all worked together to help Rejeana.
Master Landry came into the world on Monday, June 26, 2017 at 8:34am. He weighed in at 8lbs and 10oz and was 21 inches long. I had the honor of being in the delivery room when he made his debut. It was a true blessing to be a part of the birth.
Monday, June 26, 2017 at 8:34am
8lbs and 10oz
Dr. Glenn Saucer
It's a Girl!!!!
I had the incredible opportunity to join LeJasmine and her husband for the birth of their new baby girl, Zari. I was a little mouse in the corner, an invited guest with a camera and a lens. I was filled with hope and excitement to capture the powerful emotions that filled the room with the birth of this new little life. This kind of emotion that is rarely seen by anyone outside of the delivery room.
Miss Zari came into the world on Monday, May 22, 2017 at 9:31pm. She weighed in at 6lbs and 1oz and was 19 inches long. I had the honor of being in the delivery room when she made her debut. It was a true blessing to be a part of the birth.
Monday, May 22, 2017 at 9:31pm
6lbs and 1oz
19 inches long
Dr. LaToya Clark