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When she's in a good mood & decide to pose

Assalamualaikum wbt..

I've said it before and I'll say it again- at 1 year 9 months when kids are at the stage of moving around in lighting speed, sometimes it almost impossible and frustrating to photograph them. There are times I just don't bother taking out my phone camera coz I know it will take ALOT of effort on my part to get a nice shot. But then after a while I take it out anyway coz I love photographing every single minute of her life and feel almost guilty if I don't, lol.

You should see whenever my dad attempts to take photos of Aulia'-we need a pack of cheerleaders around them both so he could get a good shot and even when I take photos of her, it is NEVER easy as I literally have to tell her to hold still coz she gives poses in less than TWO seconds people and by the time she has moved on to another pose or movement, I would have just only clicked on the camera resulting in a very shaky blurry photo.

Either I need to step up on my photography skills by snapping it fast OR that kid needs to slow down. It's never a win win.

BUT on days when my kid is being absolutely co-operative, I call it a good day and what else, take tons of photos of her. So advance apologize for the lack of a proper post, instead here are tons  of photos of Aulia' taken this morning when we went out for breakfast. I know there are probably just six photos of her at the actual restaurant but that's only because she was in a mood for a lil mini-photo-shoot at home.  I found the lazy way out of turning on the flash to capture my lil speedy Gonzales so the photo wouldn't turn out blur or shaky. It may look harsh but that's what I'll have to do for now.

Aulia' wearing Tia Amour by Fashionvalet.com


And that shall conclude this post for today, lol. Hoping there'll be more cooperative days to come. I really don't know how kiddie photographers do it, they must have alot of  patience when doing their job!
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