Friday, June 5, 2009

All I Want For Christmas...

... is my two front teeth.

Anyone remember this song? I remember singing it when I was in Kindergarten - and of course my two front teeth were missing. I remember laughing, spitting (because you can't whistle without your two front teeth), and making a mockery of the Christmas show.

But what teacher expects a bunch of Kindergarteners to be serious during THAT song? I don't remember being in trouble, so clearly my teacher was one of the realistic ones. Lucky me!

What is the point of this story? I rarely have one, but the point here is to lead in to the pictures I found on my digital camera. (It will become clear what I mean when you see the first photo.)

I have told my almost 7 year old son that he is allowed to use my digital camera as long as he keeps his hand in the strap, and he takes care of it OR I WILL TAKE ALL OF THE MONEY OUT OF HIS PIGGY BANK... FOREVER TO PAY FOR IT!!

Yesterday was Thursday, which means that there will be another 'How Not To Cook' episode soon, but until then, here are the few gems I found in my digital camera.

Enjoy these photos by LittleMan!

LittleMan overly amused by pictures he took of himself. I had to delete about 20 pictures of him making silly faces.


A picture of BoopaLoop. I didn't crop this photo. I think BoopaLoop allowed her brother to get this close to her so she could show off her friend Lucy's chapstick she was wearing.


MamaDB's cat Bert. I did crop this one.


I cropped this one too. MamaDB's children Charlie Brown and Lucy with my BoopaLoop

5 comments:

All Things BD said...

Charlie Brown looks AWESOME here.

soggibottom said...

Photo experts.......the cat is Frank, but a white version. Good for you kids..great photo's......don't let mom crop them all next time!

Fresh Mommy said...

Aww, he did a great job with those photos! A little photographer in the making. And his missing front teeth make that first one adorable!

:)
~Tabitha

Ps, hope you join in on Sunday Citar tomorrow!!

Lorraine said...

Still stuck on the second picture of Boopaloop - what a doll!

Meg said...

I absolutely get your daughter letting the zoom action go on so she could show off her chapstick. Precious.

I like the pictures and hope to see more. Kids think the most random stuff is cool. I remember taking a whole roll of film of just our backyard. Fun times.