July 22, 2009

Say "Cheese".......please.

There once was a young, attractive, marvelous Momma who had three kids.

Three beautiful but difficult children.
She enjoys taking them places, but she doesn't enjoy when they do not listen to her.
It makes taking them places not so much fun.
But she does it anyways because she loves them, wants them to have fun and learn new things.

She tried to get a picture of those beautiful children while out at a fun place.

Then she tried again.

And again minus one child.

Difficult children- 1

Marvelous Momma- 0

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{Kiki} said...

Great pix. Whenever I say cheese, I get the really fake cheese expression out of my son. He'll grin from ear to ear and looks constipated. Happy WW and take care.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I can SO relate to that! I've posted the only vacation photo out of thousands that I took of all three of my kids together, smiling and looking adorable! Happy WW!!

Foursons said...

Oh, love this! This seems to be every Momma's problem. Are the boys twins? Should I know this by now?

Michelle said...

LOL! Oh do I know how that is. My 13 year old constantly gives me goofy looks when I take her picture. It drives me nuts!

Jen said...

why is it that kids never want their pictures taken.

Twisted Cinderella said...

I love this!

One of the best ways I have to take a pic of my kids is to get them to yell. Right after they yell, they bust our laughing and I get genuine smiles.

Heatherlyn said...

Oh, I simply loved this post! Loved it!

Joy said...

We're at a picture-taking crossroads lately with my almost-14 year old. She never used to mind but now it's all like, "Mooooooom!"

Elaine A. said...

They're still awfully cute. I like that last shot! (I tend to like symmetry)

Brenda said...

you gotta take LOTS of pictures when your kids are young to get some good ones. Keep trying!

Anonymous said...

Ahhhh. It is tough to get that picture just right, even with ONE child! I think it's in their genes to not cooperate with the camera.