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the eric update - day 818: his enthusiasm for getting his picture taken could barely be contained.

if you look closely you can see the "i'm only looking at the camera because you asked me a hundred times" look on his face.

sigh. maybe i should get him interested in taking pictures because the novelty of getting his picture taken has long since worn off.

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9/30/2006 09:38:00 PM 1 comments


My 4 year old and 5.5 year old daughters produce some of the most interesting photographs. It's amazing to have a window to how they percieve the world. This is especially true after they get used to the camera and start seeing it as a vehicle of expression.

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