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by Whitney Moss on December 16, 2010
in Month 8,Photo
Take a photo of your baby looking at himself in the mirror. You will not want to use a flash, so open all the blinds to fill the room with natural light.
Stand behind him and try to get both the real baby and the mirror image baby in the frame of your photo.
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this is a great idea – i’m going to try it today!
I bought an inexpensive door mirror and laid it lengthwise under a window in my son’s room. He can crawl over and look at himself and the rest of the room, really, and he loves it.
I did this when we took a vacation to Corpus Christi. There was a full length mirror in the hall, and my daughter loved it. I had to get a picture of it because I think that was her favorite part of the trip. She was 1 at the time.
My daughter loves to watch herself in a mirror, i am going to try this photo shoot… it is a nice memory to post and save in a scrapbook …very creative!
I cought once my son playing with a mirror in the car, he was chewing on the “flexi” mirror, and i caught a picture of him with most of his face in the mirror. Another time her was in his exi-saucer and i had put the same flex mirror on his sarcer and caught a picture of him looking at it. They are SO cute to frame!
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