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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Keep your eye on the boy!

We have all been here!

Trying to get our children to pose for pictures.

This white iron furniture is at my parents home, they have had it for as long as I remember. So, it has sentimental value to me. (I'm like that) So, I thought I would try to get my two smaller children to sit on the chairs and smile pretty.

Jillian was great, she loves to smile for the camera.

Matthew...not so willing.

Keep your eye on the boy!!



Disgruntled

Constipated

Gotta Go

Bored

Ready to Bolt

Clown

Toothless


All the while little Jillian just sat there. Mostly looking at me and smiling pretty!

Ahh! The Memories!!

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30 comments:

Janet said...

Oh I do love the wrought iron furniture! We used to have some growing up and I remember it to be very heavy! Looks in good condition Pam! LOL! Typical little boy - not interested in photo taking!

Lori: Teacher Turned Mommy said...

those are too funny... and your comment about each one makes it even funnier... ahhh the joys of parenting a son

jen@odbt said...

You totally captured a boy. My boys do that too when I try to take pictures.

Mighty M said...

Haha! Maybe someday you'll get TWO cooperative souls, until then you can have fun trying! ;-)

kel said...

My daughter does that in every single picture! she never just smiles!!

ps. I'm not at girlintheglasses anymore! I've moved to
http://www.ahesitanthousewife.blogspot.com/

kiddiescorner said...

Lol how funny!

Sneaky Momma said...

Too cute! I'm glad I'm not the only one who takes tons of pics trying to get the perfect shot. :)

sandy said...

That is adorable! My boys are the same way! It takes forever to get a picture with them all just smiling:0)

NAB said...

Those are so funny. Its a definite must show first girlfriend photos!

Melinda said...

what a character LOL

Randi Troxell said...

so cute... and i think almost all little boys are like that! and jillian is like a little princess!!

btw... in case i forget tomorrow happy happy early anniversary!!!

Heather, aka Jake's Mommy said...

hahah, it's always the darn boys!!

Bee and Rose said...

He was just helping you out with this fabulous post! lol! They are both so darn cute! That furniture is beautiful! (I bet those photos would make a really fun "flip" book!)

Jane In The Jungle said...

OK the constipated one had me!!ROFL!

cat said...

Oh yes, boys will be boys!

Ter said...

hehe

Brea's Mommy said...

My daughter does that! Usually she refuses to even look your way if you have a camera in your hand. If by some chance you get lucky and she looks at you, you can forget the smile! Well okay once in a blue moon we can manage to have her looking at the camera and smiling, but it is WORK

blueviolet said...

He was trying to make the pictures memorable and extra interesting and it worked!

Nancy said...

ha ha love the pictures! Those are the ones you will treasure most, he he

Thom said...

Great photos. I don't like making the kids pose...getting them off guard is what I like the best. Cute kids :)

Jillene said...

It's a boy thing. My son is the same way and he's 10.

Tiaras & Tantrums said...

awww - boys - must love them!!

Kristina P. said...

Ha! He's a little cheeseball!

Debbie said...

Sadly, my 18 year old son still won't smile for photos.

Shelly said...

Hilarious! Following you from MBC

Sue said...

Cute shots! It's hard sometimes getting both kids to cooperate at the same time. I love the furniture too.

Happy WW!

Yaya said...

How cute!

I like that furniture too!

Muthering Heights and Other Senseless Sensibility said...

LOL, his expressions are priceless!

Upstatemomof3 said...

Oh I absolutely love it. I think that is one of the biggest differences between boys and girls. Big Brother gives me such a hard time about taking pictures. Big Sister she stops crying the minute she sees the camera. :) Girls are just hams I guess.

Sue said...

Too funny! You have a comedian on your hands I see ;-)

I totally get what you mean about the sentimental things with the furniture. I still have an old wicker chair in my house that was my grandma's. There really is no room... or a real good place for it... but still it sits with me hanging on to the memories of my grandma via her old, ratty looking chair - lol

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