Dadmissions: The Backs Of My Kids’ Heads (part 2)

It’s no secret. My kids hate when I take pictures and post them online. They shrink away now. They hide behind their mom. They make funny faces and photobomb their own photos. So somewhere along the line I changed tactics. I started snapping pictures of the backs of their heads… each image… a snapshot into their lives… a glimpse of their growing up… a dad observing life as it happens…

at the beach
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at the bakery
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bowling
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watching the stars
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with their friends
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with more friends
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Trying on sunglasses
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Trying on dresses
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and more dresses
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wearing their Halloween costumes
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using their OWN money to make a purchase
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growing up quickly… but still young enough to mistakenly wear their pajamas inside out
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just being sisters
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enjoying time with the family
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THESE are the women in my life…
and I’m grateful

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find me on Facebook at dadmissions
and see the original series of photos here:

https://dadmissions.wordpress.com/2014/02/13/dadmissions-the-backs-of-my-kids-heads/

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About dadmissions

author of Dadmissions. surrounded by a wife and two girls... and a dog named Cupcake
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One Response to Dadmissions: The Backs Of My Kids’ Heads (part 2)

  1. Naomi says:

    I love it! I try to get pictures of my kid in action, but our good camera makes a loud sound when it powers on. She likes getting her picture taken, but I don’t get those natural poses of what she’s doing with a real smile of delight.

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