I’ve been trying to get fall pictures of the kids (and the four of us) for two weeks now. The camera shutter remote is lost somewhere in my house and it’s driving me mad that I can’t find it.
The only thing I really want to be able to do with my camera is take pictures of my kids. Ergo, I’m a mom with a camera. I still want to play with the color on a few of these because I just learned how to use the brush adjustment tool in Lightroom thanks to Suzanne.
But here are the latest fruits of my photograph-taking labors. Something about pictures and words, right?
Joshua was COMPLETELY UNAMUSED with me on Sunday morning. Completely. He was a good sport and then he wasn’t and then he kept running away and Emma chased him. Herding cats. That’s what photographing my children is like.
See? Completely unamused.
I said something about candy if he would just cooperate and he perked up. The stinker.
This picture cracks me up. Emma is giving him some serious scowl-face. Probably because she thinks he’s holding out on her and has pockets full of jelly beans.
I used Jelly Belly jelly beans to get them to stay anywhere near me. Consequently, Emma learned to say “jelly bean” on Sunday. It comes out like “beh bee” and is pretty adorable.
After deciding taking pictures would be okay, Joshua morphed into Super Ham. “Let’s make silly faces! Take a picture at my silly face, Mama!”
Ballet flats. Girl mom perk.
Her cheeks! They beg for smooching!
This might be one of my favorite pictures I’ve ever taken of her. Ever.