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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Wordless Wednesday~ If a Frog can do can a Butterfly!









Alternate title: Reason #376 my daughter is a GOOD SPORT! ♥

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alicia said...

These are fantastic!! Love your brilliant ideas and your children are such great subjects too. Hilarious and adorable. Thanks for linking up! Happy WW!

The Mayor! said...

That is amazing! And I'D say she's a good sport, yay for her! Love it, great post!! Happy WW!


Lisa said...

WOW Corey!!
These are absolutely brilliant!
How the heck did you do that?!

(Sorry for all the exclamation points......
I really don't like over use of exclamation points but apparently I was quite excited about those dang cute images you did)

Anonymous said...

How fun!

Ma.links said...

Stunning. Just gorgeous photos.

Anonymous said...

wow, beautiful! Very talented to get those shots!

Beth F said...

You really do have a great model! Good sport indeed.

Honey Mommy said...

I'm with Lisa... How the heck did you do that?

How did you get a butterfly to land/stay there? I would love to take shots like this.

Andrea said...

And here I was going to say, I LOVE your header shot!!! :) Way cool!

Christina said...

oh my gosh, that is awesome!!! I love it! Amazing that the butterfly stayed there, and her expressions are the BEST! Terrific captures.

April said...

I was so thinking that about her being a good sport...except that I think she loves every moment of it :)!

inkyblog said...

amazing - how do you get them to stay on her nose like that?? soooo many great pics xoxoxo

O n T Schrock said...

Tremendous Photos! Love the creativity!

Autumn said...

LOVE these! She certainly is a good sport. :)

Little Hatchlings said...

Are you for real? I already love your header but when I saw these, I was blown away. What's the secret? Do tell!

Jen said...

You are too funny. She definitely is a good sport. Love the butterfly shots just as much as the frog one on the header.

Marka said...

Your daughter has some of the best facial expressions!

Jocelyn said...

How very cute!


MaggieK said...

Your pictures are amazing

Thanks for stopping by...I am your newest follower.

Cel said...

Such a beautiful model! She has a very 'gleeful' disposition.
Love it!

HipMomma said...

OH MY goodness! That is so cool. Cute too.

Marcelle said...

THESE ARE well captured and clear ~ Sugar bear has grown such a lot since your blogger header photo...have u noticed.

Michelle said...

these pictures are hilarious with her facial expressions! I don't think there are any series of photos of yours that I don't absolutely love!

Linkie Lueville said...

awesome, awesome, awesome! how do you do that?

janineb said...

these are fantastic! quick word of advice - I found you through trendy treehouse shutter love - make sure you add their button to the post so you are eligible to be selected as a best photo, because you are definitely at the top of the list for me!

Charmaine Poulin said...

FANTASTIC!!!! I'm with the did you pull that off??!!

Unknown said...

These are such great photos, def cannot pick a favorite!!

faith ann raider said...

okay. totally awesome. looking at the little link on Trendy Treehouse I was thinking - this is like one of the best children's photos in the history of children's photos.
but then again I'm delirously tired. LOVE these shots. TOTALLY amazing. You have to be sure to print these all out into a book at the end of the year!

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