Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Wordless Wednesday!

I always know when my SON was "into" the camera!!  I find pictures like this when uploading! lol 

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7 comments:

Heather, aka Jake's Mommy said...

HAHAHA, I always find shots that include half of me or Daddy's head.

NateAndJakesMom said...

That is so funny!! You so need to save these for when he gets older - his first "art." It is so artistically shot too - not centered...

Tiff said...

That's funny. We finally gave our daughter a camera for christmas since she kept taking ours!

*Just Jen* said...

How funny! I find strange pics of Hannah Montana and iCarley on my camera. He pauses the TV and takes their pic. He's nine. LOL UH-OH!

Susie said...

Too cute!

Cascia said...

That's funny! My kids like to play with our camera too. Fortunately they haven't figured out how to actually take a picture yet, but I'm sure that will happen all too soon.

Julie said...

That's so funny! :)

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