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Want to see pictures/videos of Avery?

Ok, so I've been having a lot of problems with uploading pictures to the blog recently (apparently I used up all of my storage space)

I think I may have told you that I accidentally deleted pictures from older posts because I was trying to make room. Whoops!!!

In order to rectify this problem, I created a share site (also called Wiegand Writes). It's free and runs through Shutterfly. It's pretty awesome, but it requires an invite from yours truly.

If you would like to see pictures and videos of Avery on a regular basis, just click on the link below and/or comment on this post and I will send you an email invitation to the site. (make sure you include your email address if you leave a comment!)

I hope you enjoy it!!!

Please email requests to:


  1. I would love an invite! We have been "following" you since we were ttc at the same time....

    Glad to see life treating you so well!


  2. The same thing happened to me last year – so annoying. I received an email stating that I had to buy more storage space and the email looked totally sketchy. I ended up paying the 5 bucks and I’ll have to continue paying the fee every year that I use Blogspot. If you do get the same message, it’s legit. I hope you get the picture stuff worked out because with our girls being nearly the same age, I’m loving watching Avery grow. :)

    I just caught up on your last couple of posts and I must say, those red Toms are adorable! I’m happy to hear that mamas and baby are doing well. Happy New Year!

  3. I was just wondering how you ladies have been! I'd love to keep up with you. My email is butchdandy at gmail.

    1. Hi!!! I haven't blogged in so long, but I really should. Avery is walking EVERYWHERE and we're gearing up for her first birthday party! Crazy, right?

      I'll add you to the photo site.


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