Toddler Photography Friday!

Zack, age 3, armed with the "old" camera we let the boys use.

Zack, age 3, armed with the “old” camera we let the boys use.

It’s that time again, Toddler Photography Friday! Hopefully seeing the strange little photos that my strange little guys have taken will brighten your day…

"Inverted Trampoline" Taken by Josh, age 19 months.

“Inverted Trampoline” Taken by Josh, age 19 months.

I had to check a couple times to make sure that, yes, this picture is not upside down. Either Josh was holding the camera upside down or he was standing on his head (which he is known to do).

"Happily Captured" taken by Zack, age 4.

“Happily Captured” taken by Zack, age 4.

I’ll never understand little boys obsession with laundry baskets, but Josh doesn’t seem too upset to be sandwiched between two of them.

"Tyrannosaurus Josh Stomps Tiny Airport" Taken by Josh, age 21 months.

“Tyrannosaurus Josh Stomps A Tiny Airport” Taken by Josh, age 21 months.

His path of destruction needed to be documented. Those little people toys didn’t stand a chance.

"Stroller-Cam!" Taken by Zack, age 3 1/2.

“Stroller-Cam!” Taken by Zack, age 2 1/2.

I’m not sure why Zack snapped this picture, but if you’ve ever wondered what the view from a jogging stroller looked like, now you know.

That’s it for now, more toddler shots next week.

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3 Responses

  1. What a wonderful concept! haha These pictures made me smile a lot, thanks for sharing them! I hope you guys have a wonderful weekend! 🙂


  2. shecando says:

    I’m loving the stroller perspective as I have actually been wondering what it’s like. And now I know! 🙂

  3. disneywithme says:

    Love these! I had a good batch of pictures taken by my daughter when she was just about to turn five on our trip to WDW a few years back. A lot of her pictures still kind of look like this even at age 8… she tends to enjoy the abstract. 😛

    My son is 4 1/2 and is constantly trapping himself under the laundry basket and crying out to be freed. So you’re definitely onto something, noticing little boys being into that one. XD

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