It’s really interesting when you see life through the eyes of your child. My child apparently sees everything in a blurry haze with a blown out flash. And butts. Lots and lots of butts.
My parents gave Zack his own digital camera for Christmas. Can you believe that three-year-olds have digital cameras now? Anyway, I downloaded his photos to my computer today, and it’s really hilarious to see what images he chooses to capture.
I apparently spend a lot of time giving him cheesy smiles and staring at him with glowing devil eyes.
One of our dogs, Jackson, who actually is in Zack’s face all the time, as this photo indicates.
I remember him taking this one. He said he wanted to take a picture of me. Steal the spotlight much, kid?
His is a Disney camera, so he can add his favorite characters to pictures. Like this one he took of Daddy.
Doesn’t it look like Mickey is telling Tom, “Oh, no you didn’t!”?
I never really thought about it, but Zack is directly eye level with our rear ends. That’s just a lovely view, don’t you think?
Zack has started wanting to take photos when I’m taking photos for the blog. Here’s one he took of a new project I’ll share with you next week.
And here’s one he took of me taking a picture of him taking a picture of me. Did that even make sense?
I’m pretty proud that one is centered and even kind of in focus. Good job, son!
It has been fun to be able to see our lives through Zack’s camera lens. As much as I think kids having things like digital cameras and cell phones is just flat out insane, his photos really do give a unique perspective. Maybe I should work on decorating at his eye level so he’ll have more interesting things to capture!
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