April 12, 2012

If she wasnt only 3, I would describe this photo as "Hot Mess".

kristen

Lets take a closer look shall we?
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You can be jealous. It's OK.


Do your kids always make the same face when having their picture taken?
Do they have to see the photo immediately after you take it?
Do you fall madly in love with them again every time you capture their personality?
Do you wish you had 22 kids?
Can you carry one for me because I hate being pregnant and then hand him/her over to me after you go through the excruciating pain of labour and birth?
Just wondering.
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16 comments:

Bree @ Twinkle in the Eye said...

What an adoring mother you are! And she is beautiful. Thanks for linking up for Flash Blog Friday :-)

Elaine A. said...

I was smiling through this entire post. I have similar pics of K. Girls with older brothers, well you know... ;) She's precious!!

Heatherlyn said...

My kids go through phases where they make the same faces in pictures.

Your daughter is beautiful.

The Paw Relations said...

Ha ha! Brilliant picture.

I'm pretty luck as one of my children is a complete poser, the tennage would rather due then have her picture taken and the baby doesn't really have much of an opinion about it at the moment. Give it time though.

I would have hundreds of children is I was able too. Sadly no more for me though on medical grounds.

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TheAngelForever said...

What a sweet post :) My boys seems to have phases with their "camera ready" face. They don't ask to see them right away 100% of the time now, but they often do. No, very happy with my two kiddos. Although I would adore more kids, I know this is the perfect size family for us. Have a great weekend.

TCMS said...

awww she is too cute!

My daughter is 3 too and she has to see every pic i take no matter if she is in it or not.

SHe makes many different faces and i love seeing her personality in each one.

chantal @ tcms

Stacy Uncorked said...

Awwww! So cute!!

Yes, they always make the same face when I try to take their pictures, and yes they always have to see it immediately after it's taken, and yes I fall madly in love with them again every time I capture their personality, and no thanks to 22 kids! ;)


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tiarastantrums said...

love your descriptions - one of my daughter's takes really awful photos - I have to coax her and hope I get some good ones, most are tossed though

~ Noelle said...

ha ha ha...
my son makes the same "CHEESE" face in all his pictures..
BIG GRIN... eyes CLOSED :)

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Dominique Goh said...

She's really cute. My kids don't always give the same pose..most of the time they are making monkey faces in front of the camera.

JamericanSpice said...

It does seem like my kids make the same faces :)

Your daughter is lovely.

Oh and yes, they want to see the photo immediately after :)

And I want 5 kids. I already have two. now the relationship need to cooperate for me to feel the need to have more.

Happy weekend.

I am Harriet said...

2 kids are enough for me especially when I could have canine ones too.


Have a great Friday!
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Foursons said...

She is my kind of girl. And yes, I always get the same hurry-up-and-take-the-shot-so-I-can-get-back-to-business look.

Jenners said...

It seems that each year my son debuts his new "smile for the year." This year, it is all a close-mouthed somewhat cynical smile that I can't stand. I love your little hot mess!

Julie said...

Great post! I would so like my girls to stop the fake cheezy smile for their school pictures!!!
Oh and I would have a child for you if I could keep it until it was about 12.......then you can have it!

Kailani said...

As soon as I hit the shutter button they all come running over to see the picture. Makes taking multiple shots pretty difficult.