Monday, December 24, 2012

Keep Those Pants Up!

We're getting ready to enter the danger zone!  Sophie has now figured out how to take her pants off.  She's also realizing that, sometimes, a surprise awaits if she sticks her hand down the back of her diaper.  Gross!  Here's to hoping that I don't have to break out the duct tape.  Let's hope that the other girls don't try to emulate this behavior.  The last thing I want is to step on a "surprise" when I'm half awake.

Jeremy DeBauche Photography: DeBauche babies blog

"No Sophie No!"
Jeremy DeBauche Photography: DeBauche babies blog

Funny how bottoms are wrinkly when you're young and old :)
Jeremy DeBauche Photography: DeBauche babies blog

Jeremy DeBauche Photography: DeBauche babies blog

Sad that she has to put her diaper back on
Jeremy DeBauche Photography: DeBauche babies blog

Jeremy DeBauche Photography: DeBauche babies blog

6 comments:

  1. Oh boy, what will she do next....she seems to have no fear of trying anything. Didn't we call her "easy baby". Now the look on Maddy's face is ....oh no, Sophie you're going to get into trouble....then, "I told you Dad would find out"....!!!

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  2. wow those are some beautiful pictures! what camera are you using and what settings? I just got nikon and im trying to figure out

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  3. Yeah, my twins took theirs off during nap time. I heard laughing and giggling and when I opened the door they had thrown poop all over the room. It took 3 hours to sanitize toys, walls, and steam clean the carpet. And you have three girls. That'll take about 4-5 hours when it happens to you!
    I love Maddy's expression the best in your pictures!

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  4. Not exactly ready to potty train, but she'll probably be our first when it's time.

    @Mon, I have a few cameras that I use, but I think I took those with my Canon 5D Mk III and flash. I use Lightroom 4.3 to process my images. As far as settings go, I usually shoot in "A" (aperture priority) mode. I have the aperture set to f2.8 and the shutter speed set to 125th/sec. The Canon 5D has auto ISO, so those settings make sure I get background separation (with the f/2.8 setting) and that it freezes action enough for me (with the 125th/sec setting).

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  5. Thank you, i still can't figure out where exactly to change it. I have to ask someone to show me. I only have 18-55 lense so i can go as low as f2.8 but its at f9 and it wont move lol ... drives me nuts. should have read the manual

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