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Tide-Me-Over Tuesday

July 14, 2009





Visiting Dahdee at Camp
June 29, 2009
(Pivotal Imagery)

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  1. Grampa Ron and Grandma Mommo permalink
    July 14, 2009 2:41 pm

    This just barely tides us over. We need to smushle her!! Great photos. Grandpa likes the first picture the best.

  2. Molly permalink
    July 14, 2009 3:09 pm

    Cute pictures!!

    In response to your twitter about how to nap with all the trucks…we use sound machines. They are literally the best invention for sleep and naps! The boys and I both use them (and Peter at night too).

    They’re especially great to get something done around the house without waking up baby or even better when you have 2 kids and the one who is awake is being noisy (most everyday).

  3. July 14, 2009 4:16 pm

    Very, very cute!!

  4. Aunt Katie permalink
    July 14, 2009 5:32 pm

    Cant wait to see you all Saturday…Thanks for the pictures…She is getting so big.

  5. Meghan permalink
    July 15, 2009 10:38 am

    What great pictures! She is such a cutie!

    Your pictures are so clear and crisp, I must ask what kind of camera you have. I am looking into purchasing a new camera and don’t know what kind to get.


    • July 15, 2009 1:46 pm

      Hey Meghan,

      The pictures in this post are actually taken by a friend of ours, Andy Kenutis. He is working at camp this summer, and he also has a photography business. There’s a link to his website at the end of the post. You could ask him what kind of camera he uses.

      MckMama also has a nice camera, and she has all that info on her blog.

      We have a small digital camera that is about three years old now (a bridal shower gift). I love it for the size (fits in my pocket in a pinch), and it’s so easy to use. But it’s not a super-duper-HD camera with attachable lenses or anything really fancy like that. It’s an Olympus Stylus 710 with 7.1 megapixel.

      I think a great camera that you love to use is a MUST for parents! As I’m sure you’re aware, photographing your children can become an addiction. Hope you can find something great!


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