Friday, May 15, 2009

What Happens When you Give a 3 Year Old a Camera...

Katie and the Drawer of Wonders.

Now you know what I'm REALLY like...

Still Life with Bananas, Old Wooden Bowl, Office Depot box, and Garbage.

Big vs. Little.

Dog Butt.

Cartoon.

Little Sister.


And I quote, "Mama! Say cheese!"...

Daddy.

Light Fixture.

Ice Cream.

12 comments:

Linda said...

Quite unusual and intersting pictures! I think they are great!

Linda in VA

Anonymous said...

Too funny...lol. Your children are adorable Beth ! Love your home too..from the little bits you can see.:)

Johnson Family said...

These are great pictures Jack! The dog butt made me laugh...thanks for sharing.

Deb said...

Those crack me up. Remind me of my kids when younger - I don't think they ever got a whole face in a picture! So cute!

mainely stitching said...

LOL! Those are great!! My kids would've taken a whole series of 'butt' pictures for sure!

Julie's Keepsakes said...

So sweet! You should get Jack the Fisher-Price camera that can tolerate all kinds of tumbles and falls...even throwing. :D I love the dog butt. LOL

Terri(TerriBoog) said...

Very funny pics. I was just talking to my 16 year old about a vacation we took to Mackinac Island years ago. We gave both boys a camera and he was totally fascinated with the horses. Their tail ends, that is And their poop. He couldn't believe how big the piles were. He captured a lot of interesting pics (NOT). Your pics are better than the ones my son took!

Amy said...

Oh my goodness I let our kids do this all the time as well but I have to confess . . . . Jack has some "real" talent. For some reason my boys love to photograph the tv up close so its a blurry cartoon, or the photograph one anothers foreheads or torso. Love these....I will continue hold out hope for my kids. I suppose I could post some of theirs just for comic relief. Enjoy the sunshine this weekend Twist family!

Jim said...

Big smile on these photos! Thanks for sharing them - even the one of you making a funny face . . . that was a funny face, wasn't it? I mean if that is the way you usually look then I'm sure it is OK, like who am I to judge, and I wouldn't want to be offensive or anything . . .

:>)

heather said...

Hilarious!

Marie said...

I wonder what kind of pictures our photographer daughters would have taken had they had cameras when they were that young? But alas, 'back in the day' when cameras used film and you had to pay to have it developed, that was NOT an option!

joann renee said...

Hooray! I'm so glad the camera works! I was so afraid I'd ruined it.

And Jack does quite a good job at framing his pictures...better than many adults that I know. I love 'em (and 'im).