Four kids *

As soon as my camera comes out, Paul knows what to do.  I trained him well.  You see, ever since he was born, there was a camera infront of his face.  And he naturally posed and gave the most adorable smiles and grins and faces.  He loves the camera, he always wants to be infront of it, and behind it.  So I thought that putting him along with the little diva Asilem, and their corresponding siblings, would be a walk in the park.

Wrong.

What you will soon see below was the product of me crawling, rolling, running, tripping, chasing, and begging.  Neither one of these little monsters wanted to look at the camera, or be close to each other, or listen to what anyone had to say.  It was a great workout, but in the end, something special happened.

Thanks for reading.  Enjoy these monkeys avoiding the camera and being… kids.

  

Lashes lashes lashes!

  

  

Brothers will be brothers.

  

The little diva decided to show herself after all.

  

She loves to pose for the camera.

See what I mean.  That’s all her.

  

And look who decided to join her.

  

He even sneaked in a kiss or two.

  

The interaction between these two is priceless.  Love it.

  

Happy Friday!

SIKE!!!!   Well almost people, almost.

*This post was revised on 2/9/2016 because sometimes life gives you lemons….   get it?  Neither do I.

 

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About audreyrodriguez

I am simple, yet complicated. Sunprotection, don't leave home without it. Any nocturne by Chopin makes me happy, that and high heels. Don't forget Lucille Ball, both the actress and my miniature pinscher. Can I take your picture?
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One Response to Four kids *

  1. yo daddy says:

    that was bananas!

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