They take pictures like this…
And they take pictures of Jack’s new friend (aka, random kid playing at the park)
And the random friend’s mother
You get a few good action shots
And even a few that are print-worthy (but only after you fix the autofocus, huzzah!)
You may get a picture or two of you and your cute baby (btw, I have never been more consistently happy with pictures of me since I saw this video… now if only he could do one that helps me get rid of the crinkly nose).
Obviously not ALL of my pics turn out great…
When you give a kid a camera you also get pictures of your gorgeous friend Gemma with the head cut off.
And you get a few without her head cut off.
And your conversations…
Then you wrestle the camera away from the five year old, delete the 120 pictures of dirt and grass, and hand the camera to someone with a little more experience
The previous photographers run off to play “Mr. Wolf, what time is it?”
“It’s 22 O’Clock!”
When you upoad the pictures on to your computer you find 314 pictures of an empty bench and random shoes; and a million pictures of the resident baby because he is “SOOOO cute!”
Even when he eats grass
Maybe especially when he eats grass
When you spend the day playing with friends, and visiting the library, and going to the pool you come home to this:
It takes a week to recover from one day of partying.
How is your summer vacation going so far?