Special Exposure Wednesday – Creative Self-Portraits

These are Brian’s self-portraits. Lounging and one leg comfortably crossed over the other. Very Brian! He laid on the couch and snapped over 100 digital pics from exactly this position.


These are Michael’s self portraits. He took 150+ digital pics all over the house catching several shots of each “subject” he studied including the cat, his sister, the dog, the balcony, his brother and his own feet and face. Very Michael!

They may be identical twins but they are very different from each other. And, they may have Down syndrome but that sure doesn’t stop them from being just like every other 4-year-old kid!

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About Maggie

I'm a stay-at-home mother of 3 children including a 15-year-old daughter, the Old Soul, and 11-year-old identical twin boys who've been blessed with an extra 21st chromosome (aka: Down Syndrome). I happily spend my time doing all that I can do -- breaking the proverbial box wide open -- to foster my children's development and then sharing what I learn with you through this blog.
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4 Responses to Special Exposure Wednesday – Creative Self-Portraits

  1. Beverly says:

    very, very creative!!! too cute!

  2. starrlife says:

    Good job! They've got talent for candid shots:) Don't you just want to pinch (gently) those legs? If you don't mind my saying so….

  3. That is too cute. Love the candids. It's fun to see what kids can do w/ a camera.

  4. Alison says:

    What a good idea! I wonder what my kids would take photos of?

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