Friday, May 08, 2009

She got a Sony Cyber-shot for her 5th birthday, in March...












Thatisall.

Well, not all. All of the pictures or videos. But, seriously, how many more examples of the same pose do you need to get the point? She really likes what she sees and my wish for her is to always enjoy it.

I can't wait to read *this* post for giggles when I am old and grey. I am quite certain it will tickle me pink.

Now. Thatisall.

29classy comments:

Stethoscopes and Stilettos said...

So adorable....

I wish I could still pull off that camera view....neck fat, not a good thing.

Marshmallow Circus said...

Thanks! This actually gave me an idea. I have a little girl who turns three on Saturday. She has low self esteem and I think a camera would be a great way to build her up. Cute pics your dd took. :)

Marinka said...

I'm glad that she found a subject that she likes! Adorable, as always!

Crystal D said...

What. A. Doll.
:)

Stephanie said...

That is so sweet. And Hubby just told me that's what he wants to get Punky for Christmas. must be a photographer thing!

Elly said...

Oh, that's brilliant :)

Flea said...

My kids had disposable cameras at that age. Be grateful they're Lola photos. My kids took shots of the dog's butt, the cat's butt, up each other's noses. Ha ha.

2 Little Irish Boys said...

Cash loved taking pictures of his new brother with his camera!!

LceeL said...

She DOES seem to have established a favorite subject. She is a little doll, though.

Jill said...

There's something about little girls and cameras...

My munchkin loves to take photos - and for the first year of using one, she always managed to cut the heads off of every single person she photographed.

So Not Mom-a-licious said...

I love that she is into taking self portraits! All the cool photographers are doing it. I love what you said about wanting her to always love what she sees. So true!

So Not Mom-a-licious said...

P.S. After looking at those pictures again, I think she has a great role model! =)

Jessica said...

My daughter does the same thing! My hope for her is that she is always fascinated by herself and never experiences that pain of low self-esteem.

Loukia said...

Ah, she's adorable... quite the little model! :)

Domestic Goddess (In Training) said...

That is too great! Wouldn't it be nice if we all could be in photos like that and not really care if its flattering or if our double chin showed or if we had our legs crossed to make them look thinner and longer????

Irene said...

So cute! What a lucky girl!! Her own camera!!!

Amy@Bitchin'WivesClub said...

That is hilarious and adorable! For a 5-year-old. I just hope that nobody goes through my PhotoBooth (on my mac) and starts posting all the different shots of me sitting in front of my computer. *cringe* :)

Chiloe said...

I gave my old camera to the kids and that's always interesting to see how they see the world.

Krystyn said...

Oh, those are too cute! Love the pouty lip shot.

Courtney said...

She should like what she sees, she is too cute

Kristabella said...

Dude, she's already mastered the self-portrait. It took me years to get that down!

Blessings From Above said...

She is so adorable!!!

Amy said...

That is so adorable! You WILL love this when you are old and gray!

Jaina said...

She is so adorable. :)

Kelly said...

She is so cute. She obviously recognizes her adorableness!!

It cracks me up how kids love to do self portraits. Almost every time I upload my pics I find one or two of my 7 year old. Too funny.

Renny said...

She is a doll. I love that your daughter has so much confidence in herself! May that stay with her through those awful teenage years!

Angie @ KEEP BELIEVING said...

She's all set for knowing how to take her own picture for her facebook profile.

KEEP BELIEVING

katydidnot said...

the girl does the same thing, except she gets the first grader to serve as her photographer.

CC said...

I have SO many pics of The Flash looking just like that! Not his best look.... ;)

 

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