Printing Abigail Photos the easy way!

Abisaurus Sleepius Pinkus Domesticus Minimus
Abisaurus Sleepius Pinkus Domesticus Minimus

People say to us all the time, “hey… that Abigail is quite possibly the most photogenic child ever produced. How do we get a nicely printed picture of Abigail to replace the stock photo that came with the nifty frame we just purchased from Target?”

Well, folks, it’s really easy. If you head on over to the Moorezilla Gallery, and click on the picture you fancy, and then (this is important!) click on the link for “full size” that appears to the upper right of the photo, you’ll have the largest file size availabe for that particular photo. You want the largest size photo regardless of what size photo you want to print. Once you have the largest size, click on the link on the left that says “Print on” and you’re on your way to having a frameable picture of your choice and size mailed to your house.

There are many other ways to get your own prints, including downloading the “Full Size” file of the picture you want to your hard-drive and uploading it to a site (like the CVS photo site) that allows you to upload and order prints. Also, if you have a photo printer and want to print your own pictures, I highly suggest downloading and using a free tool like Google’s Picasa, that will allow you to automatically scale files to print out at whatever size you would like.

First Abby Pics!

These are also in the Moorezilla Gallery, but some people were having trouble finding the gallery, so here they are here… as they say.

Abigail’s First Post

My name is Abigail Jane and I was born at 1:32PM on Saturday, November 15 at Salem Hospital! I was 18 and 3/4 inches long and weighed 4 pounds 12 ounces, and I didn’t want to miss any of my first New England winter.

I also couldn’t stand the fact that some guy named Hogan was monopolizing this blog, so I’m here to put a stop to that immediately. Get ready for the Baby Abigail channel; the only Hogan you’ll be seeing is if he happens to be in the picture with me.

That’s my mother, Emily, holding me. She did a pretty good job, but my father was an outstanding coach.