Sunday, January 30, 2011

Why you shouldn't leave your camera where small hands can reach it...

*This post is late because we were christening the whole she-bang by watching a movie with our friends and the time kind of got away from me.  So this is for Saturday... oops.

I was going to do a quick post about our new television and how excited we are to be a little more current with all the entertainment technology that is out there.  (That's right, we finally got Blu-ray.) 


But then I went to down load the pictures off my camera and found... well this.


The installation, not too bad.


Thank heavens he wasn't suffering from a common workman's malady... I'm just saying.


The front door.


Nice product placement... maybe she has a future in advertising?


Does it make more sense if you zoom in on it?


This is the evidence of our little friend Addie coloring on my kitchen wall a couple of weeks ago.  I find it one of those funny circle of life things because a few weeks before this happened, Lila did the exact same thing to my Grandma's walls. Maybe I should clean it off though...


At least the trash is in the bag...


I love this picture.  Mostly because I couldn't figure out what it was for a couple of seconds until I realized I needed to change my perspective.  A good reminder for dealing with these little people in my life.


I really love this girl.


She makes me laugh.


Thanks for sharing your viewpoint Evie.

3 comments:

Sandra & Brent said...

Annie used to love to do this. Problem was, this was the days before digital so it became VERY expensive! I have to say, however, I think Evie may have a real future in photography! Just go with it. Love, Sandra

Dinee said...

Who in the world are Addie's parents? Who let's their child color all over their friend's walls? (Please remind me next time we are over to clean that up. And I should probably sweep your floor too. My kids always spill and make a mess in your kitchen).

Chrissy said...

@Dinee- Don't even worry about it, it's one of at least four places with "art work" on the walls that I haven't gotten around to cleaning off. :) As to sweeping, well if you really want to I won't say no. But I don't see how you can see where your kids have spilled on my floor when it's covered with all the stuff my kids have spilled...