2.22.2013

When you give a 4-year a camera...




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37 comments

  1. Haha! too funny. Cute post :)

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  2. Is that you on the couch!?? Ure hair looks super blonde!!! That last one of Rob. Ha!! Priceless!

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  3. I'm holding a sleeping baby & trying not to die laughing at the last picture!
    Note to self, read Raven's blog when sleeping baby is tucked away in his crib!

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  4. Ooooo hahahahaha. Hahahahaha. Hilarious!!!

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  5. Amazing! Haha! We got my 4 year old a kid friendly camera, oh the scenes! Rob's reaction is hysterical!

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  6. Too cute! My 4 year old took his camera to show n tell one day. OMG the pictures were hysterical!!

    Ramblings of a Suburban Mom

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  7. LOL, so funny! That last one is too hilarious!

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  8. I need to do a post like this. My daughter takes the most hilarious pictures of herself.

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  9. That last one was a surprise haha! That is great!

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  10. HAHAHA. The last one is by far the best!! I let one of the kids I babysit use the camera on my phone... they turned out about the same here... lol.

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  11. LOL how cute... my four year old always takes my dad's cell and starts taking pics of random things LOL

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  12. Hahaha. Love it. I've seen similar photos when my nephew gets a hold of my phone.

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  13. Ha! Maybe it is time to have "the talk" with gunner about the importance of finding your good angles!! ;). J/k these were pretty cute

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  14. uh.oh....raven 2.0? is gunner learning at an early age to take tons of pictures of himself? Lucky for him, he won't have to spend a lot of money taking rolls of film in to be developed like his mom used to do.... ;)

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  15. He's got those selfie pics down pat. Even showing off the arm guns and 1 nose hair. Kudos to him!
    And thank God he got Rob in the shower. At least you weren't both in there I suppose.

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  16. I think this is your best post yet.

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  17. That last picture literally made me spit my drink out. LMAO!!!

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  18. That first pic looks like Beiber.

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  19. Well maybe...just maybe...he's cutting edge! The next Jay Maisel in velcro shoes.
    Cortne
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  20. That last picture is so hilarious! I can't believe he is only 4, he looks so grown up!

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  21. It's good that he's getting in practice for taking selfies! If only we started teaching kids this earlier, we wouldn't all have to suffer through so many in-the-bathroom-mirror shots.

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  22. The last pic was classic. love it!

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  23. Who still drinks a bottle....??!!??

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    1. What would you say if I sometimes let BOTH my kids (����) have a bottle sometimes.........

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    2. Actually I would say "whatever works for you". Good answer, Rave! Can I call you Rave?

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    3. I LOVE when people call me Rave. Only a few people do it so it makes me feel special ;)

      Also, about the bottles...my boys will be FIVE and THREE in a couple weeks...and yes, they both still ask for bottles a couple times a day. And trust me, I KNOW they need to be done with them. I mean, 90% of the day they both drink out of regular cups, and I NEVER let them take the bottles in public (ha!) but for some reason, they ask and it's so cute so I say yes. I just need to throw them all away (along with the paci's!) so they are gone for good!! I mean, almost FIVE and THREE..... yikes ;)

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    4. Here's what we did for my son. Sounds corny, but it worked. When he was about 2 1/2, we still couldn't get him off the bottle, especially at night. So, we made a big deal about having to "pack up all the baby bottles", emphasis on "baby" because he kept insisting he was NOT a baby anymore.... We packed them all in a big box and then got one of my husband's co-workers that we called "the bottle man" - to come over and ask for the box of bottles, since we did not have any more babies in our house. Justin helped "hand them over" - and whenever he asked for one we reminded him that the "bottle man" took them. After a few times, he did not ask any more.... :)

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    5. Ok I LOVE this idea. For one, my littlest keeps telling us over and over how he is "now a big boy." And I'm pretty sure Gunner only wants a bottle because his little brother has one. I KNOW I need to get rid of them completely and what a great idea to have one of my husbands employees come over and act as "the bottle man." I love it!!!!!! I am so going to do this now! Thanks for the great idea.

      ps: this would be a lot easier if I could just email you a reply back ;)

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  24. I say he caught some honest to goodness memories in there ;) that last one... I'm pretty sure I peed my pants.

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  25. Ha ha ha ha!!! Caught daddy!!!

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  26. LOL the last pic is awesome. Great, original post Raven :)

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  27. He's so cute! The last one of Rob is hysterical. I'm sure he was thrilled to have that up on the blog!

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  28. I'd like to think they grow out of that - however, I could write a scary similar post titled when you give my 18-year-old brother a camera. anytime it's left in his possession, I get some of the same types of shots haha

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  29. I love all of his selfies, too funny!

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