One of my favorite things about my camera is the zoom lens because my kids are hams who can sense a camera with their Spidey vision thus are always posing. I like to catch them when they are unaware of their Kodak moments. Then you get the purest joy, fear, calm and unabashed adoration. Capturing this purity is why I love taking pictures, especially of my kids. See why:
(Yeah, that’s a diaper hanging from the door. Don’t judge-spontaneity isn’t always pretty!)
If I was a betting woman, I would be the only thing The Husband comments on is his hair. Not the joyful father-son bonding, but the hair. It’s a sickness of his. Sorry.
The best part of this one is we’re not sure when he got naked.
Preschooling is hard.
I swear on all my Bible’s this is not posed. You should have seen me stalk around trying to get this shot before they starting punching each other.
The terror of the big slide and the joy of pushing your brother down it!
Cool stuff happens outside hotel windows when they change the building’s entire AC unit with a giant crane!
When there were only two.
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Love them all, but especially the one with Kevin reading to Danny!
Aunt Julie says
They are just too cute!! These are some great shots!