Sunday, March 7, 2010

From a Child's Perspective

Sometimes I like to try to see the world through the eyes of my children. One of the ways I do this is let them take some photos with my camera. It is always interesting to see what they come up with. Here are a few of my favorites.

First -- a couple of photos taken by Lauren.

You will find that Noble is a popular subject to photograph.
Now Lauren's "self portrait."

Love that one of her tooties. Now here is one by Ann Marie.

Sabrina always makes a great subject to photograph. Annie also took several of Sabrina jumping rope. Here is one of those:

Now for a few by our little artistic girl Sabrina:
This was after we got home from California. Lauren was still not feeling well and I was trying to give her love. She was having none of that. But she did like the doll she got from the CVS as her bribery/reward for letting the doctor look at her.
Annie led Noble all around the downstairs with the jumprope. He really wanted to get the aglet. (Sabrina just taught me that aglet is what you call the part of the jump rope that you hold onto. Smart girl that Sabrina.) Noble was happy when he finally got to chew on it.
And perhaps my favorite picture from my children's photography recently:
The Aglet: by Sabrina Waite