‘Tis the season!
For holiday cards with family pictures!
This is the one time of year (I think) that most people get their family pictures taken.
We get ours taken usually a few times per year: birthdays, etc.
We usually take some for Emma’s birthday (at the end of October) and those usually end up being our pictures for our cards.
Here are some of my tips:
can you buy Dilantin over the counter in dubai Set Expectations: Don’t tell your kids about the pictures RIGHT before you are about to leave for them. Give them some heads up. “We are going to take some pictures tomorrow.” Also, I always go in with the expectation of getting ONE good picture. ONE. If I get more, great. Don’t go in expecting the world and be disappointed.
mejores app para ligar gratis Pick Outfits: Make sure you pick something your kid is going to actually wear. Comfortable. Nothing itchy. For example, my youngest refuses to wear anything but a dress at the moment. So, when I was picking out outfits, I knew not to dare try to put her in anything else.
buy propecia finasteride australia Bribery! We used to have our pictures taken in the mall. And we would tell the kids, “when we’re all done we can go ride the carousel!” Or have Chick-fil-A or go out to dinner after. Whatever works. I even brought lipstick to our last photo session to keep them happy! Whatever you have to do!
Outdoor vs. Indoor. This is all about personal preference. We usually take our photos inside at a studio (keep them contained!)
Take yourself vs. Professional This one would be tough to do by yourself with the exception of a timer on your camera, but if you have a friend or a family member it could work.
Here’s my last and probably most important tip: Take lots of pictures of your kids!
People always tell me, your kids are so photogenic! It’s because I take their pictures 20 times per day! LOL They know if they just look at me and smile once, I’ll leave them alone!
Seriously, we all have cameras on our phones now. It’s so easy to snap a picture of them! Plus, it gets them used to the idea of looking at the camera and saying CHEESE, which is all we really want!