Where do kids learn this stuff?!
At the end of each formal photo shoot involving little kids, especially where they were asked to sit still, smile, be nice, etc. I give them a chance to be themselves and ask them to show me their funny face. For first-timers, who don’t know what a funny face is, they usually get coached by older siblings or goofy uncles standing behind me making faces.
But this was a candid shot with no coaching or suggestions. He was interacting with his cousins, but nothing said about making faces. Geez, I wonder when he’ll start cussing?
Thought for the Day: When I was born the doctor took one look at my face, turned me over and said, “Look, twins!” Rodney Dangerfield
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When I try to take pictures of the grandchildren, they always want to make a funny face. I tell them they have to pose once with nice faces, then they can pose once with funny faces. That seems to satisfy their urge to ham it up!