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Keeping the Children Busy

May 17, 2009

A few snapshots from the April / Easter school holidays. I thought there might be something in this – “baby’s first SLR camera,” perhaps.

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Grandparents take note: invest in a Nintendo Wii and be amazed at how often the grandchildren visit.

20090405entertainingchildren3It’s my theory that every 4 year old is ready to learn how to operate a Digital SLR.

We’ll start her on the Nikon D40 before she graduates to the D90.

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This photo entertained me. For some reason certain members of my husband’s family decided to strain the sausages out of the goo mix,

which resulted in a gruesome looking series of photos.

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Go to a playground, hand a DSLR to a little kid, and enjoy the surprises that await when looking at the photos afterwards. Life is different when viewed from closer to the ground.

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3 comments

  1. Yea, I have played Wii with toddlers before…it can be fun, and the kids can be cute.


  2. I have even played that bowling…I am pretty decent.:) Baseball is my best sport.


  3. Cool! yeah… I’m better at bowling than baseball. I think my first problem is that, as baseball is not the most common sport over here, I don’t have much idea of how to play it! It was pretty good watching my 6-year-old challenge a group of 18 and 19 year old boys (including some computer game-obsessed Asian boys!) – and my son beat them all! haha



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