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May 18, 2009 22:26 |  #1

Sitting in for a meter check. I swear since she turned four it is like pulling teeth to get her in front of the camera. Is this pretty normal at this age?

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May 18, 2009 23:31 |  #2

nice lighting.
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May 18, 2009 23:32 |  #3

In my front yard LOL


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kajawhit wrote in post #7947374 (external link)
Sitting in for a meter check. I swear since she turned four it is like pulling teeth to get her in front of the camera. Is this pretty normal at this age?

My son is 3 1/2. I have such trouble getting him to do what I want in front of camera. Arrgghhh!

My 6y.o. daughter is a bit better, depending on how tired she is.




  
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May 19, 2009 06:35 |  #5

I think its normal for most kids. they are just a bit surly in front of a camera around that age. I know mine are!


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