Wednesday, December 28, 2005

My Grandchild's First Photo



I wanted to buy out Wal-Mart on "baby's first Christmas" stuff, but since baby is happy where it's at, I set up a special photo. My daughter thought I had drank too much eggnog in setting this up and failed to see the beauty of stretch marks. That's my hand on my daughter's hands holding our baby.

I have always loved having and taking pictures. Lynne, Chris, Carly and Steven have been my inspirations in using photography as yet another creative outlet. They are on my list of favorite blogs, except for Lynne. She is my neighbor who is a retired professional photographer. If I want a particular picture, Lynne or my hubby will actually take the shot because I'm a little too shaky. I guess that's cheating, but who cares.

I am going to keep a photo journal for my 1st grandchild, with maybe a poem or two, so he or she will know their gramy.

17 comments:

Chris said...

Here's an idea for you: once baby is here when he/she is a couple of weeks old (sooner if you want), take pics of just the body parts. Hands, feet, ear, eye, nose; It's amazing. If you can do macro or close up on your camera, go for it. Fill the whole frame. Do it in black and white and use no flash. Natural light is the best. I can't wait to see that baby!! (Oh, and thanks for the compliment------>blushing!)

Steven said...

It's a lovely photo on many levels :-)
Don't worry about the shakes. Get a litle tripod and that will clear up most camera shake. Most cameras have a self timer.

Take lots of photos and have fun doing it!

V said...

Aww, beautiful!
Look how busy you`ll be; A camera & a new baby!
Hugs,
V

thebluestbutterfly said...

You will be a great grandmother. :-)

Bon & Mal Mott said...

We agree - you will make a marvelous grandmother.
Bon & Mal

Gabreael said...

How sweet. Any sonogram photos?

Gabreael

http://gabreaelsbodymindandspirit.blogspot.com/

Ayn said...

Awe Tammy, that is about the happiest tummy I ever did see. I think "baby of Grandma's twinkling eye" is quite comfortable. Gathering up energy for that mighty entry into God's outside world. Just a beautiful time of life ... cherishable forever!

Health and happyness to you and yours,

Us

Candace said...

Oh my...that is a huge belly....but what a great "your first Christmas" photo!
A good friend of mine gave birth to a daughter on December 23rd, at home, with her big brother (age almost 4) present. They sent a photo of their two children, one less then 30 minutes old, as a Christmas greeting.
You will make a great granny!
Candace

thebluestbutterfly said...

That's amazing Candace.

ckays1967 said...

Oh Tammy!!!!!!!!!!



I am so excited for you!!!!!



xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxxoxoxoxoxxo

emmapeelDallas said...

What a GREAT pic! I can't wait to see him/her when he/she is out!

:)

Judi

tara dawn said...

What a beautiful picture...you can literally see the love shining through the photo. I have no doubt your grandbaby will always know an abundance of love.
xoxo

TJ said...

I am so touched by this photo. This is so beautiful...stretch marks and all.
love TJ

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Sassy said...

He's so beautiful! Precious! Congrats Granny! ;-) Sassy

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Sassy said...

He's so beautiful! Precious! Congrats Granny! ;-) Sassy

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