I’m not sure about you, but I spend a lot of time on social media looking at other people’s pictures and I love it and hate it all at the same time. I love getting inspired by other people’s photos, but at the same time, everyone on social media makes their lives look so perfect. They post these perfect pictures of their perfect lives and for some reason, we all feel like we need to keep up with that perfect image. I’m defiantly guilty of that. I don’t want to share an ugly picture of myself, or talk about a fight I got into with my husband. We only share the good.
|Trying to bribe him to look cute with toys.|
|He’s always running off on me.|
|He has mastered the whole boneless move|
|No smiles for mommy|
|Trying to jump into the pool.|
|Screaming and pulling my hair on Mother’s Day|
|I love this one. It looks like he’s trying to escape me, but I’m blocking the way.|
|Taking your own outfit pictures is not always easy when you have a clingy teething one-year-old.|
I hope you enjoyed those pictures as much as I did. Do you have any photo outtakes that make you laugh with your little ones?
What fun pictures! Some of my favorite photos are the ones I almost deleted. It's fun to see and remember the reality of the moment, not just the picture-perfect version.
I have two toddlers and when we do pictures sometimes it takes 100 pictures to get 1 good one, I totally understand! 🙂
Literally LOL'ing right now! My photo stream looks JUST like this too !!! My son is almost 2.5 though and has been impossible to photograph since oh, I don't know, 6 months old? haha!
This is so perfect! I have a two year old and our mommy and me pictures are disastrous 99% of the time. But they make for great memories!
Deena @Shoes to Shiraz
bahahhaah- best post ever. I need to borrow this idea!
Ha ha. I love it! My son hates getting his pic taken lately and it makes me so sad!
Haha, I love that you shared these pictures! I have about a million of these, especially of my kids. I'm behind the camera saying, "I'll give you chocolate if you just smile!"