As I Snap Myself to Sleep...

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After getting bored of daddy telling me stories, reading me books and all that jazz ...

I just couldn’t fall asleep and all the tricks daddy used on me doesn’t work anymore. I saw him with his Instax 55i and kicked up a big fuss … wanting to use it. Daddy helped me hold the camera still … while I press the shutter button. Finished his last 8 shots in the pack of film that night. I chose my own ‘location’ and prop to pose with and then … the rest (and daddy’s film pack) was history.

Parents … take note! Forget about iPad and all those gadgets. Nothing beats the satisfaction of burning some film before bedtime. :D

written by fitzand on 2011-05-20 in #lifestyle #sleep #55i #fujifilm #family #instax-mini #fun #bed #child #instax

4 Comments

  1. nural
    nural ·

    OMG He is adorable!!!

  2. freckleface
    freckleface ·

    Ah so cute!!

  3. pomps
    pomps ·

    so nice and cute!
    (don't say but my man takes photos of my sleeping because I can sleep in a second!)

  4. singleelderly
    singleelderly ·

    COOOOOOOOL! taking photo is much better than using those iPad!

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