I photographed a hundred plus adorable school kiddos and had a lot of fun in the process.
Some parents who are having difficulties viewing their child/children’s photo requested me to give them fool proof steps.
O.K., here are 8 steps to follow:
Step 1: Log on your Facebook account
Step 3: After selecting you will see this page and you need to click the ”+1 Add Friend”
Step 4: Wait for us to accept your “friend request”. You will see the button change to “+1 friend request sent”
Step 5: Once we confirm, you will get a Facebook notification that Angela Martin (Redboots) accepted your friend request . Your notification might not happen until the end of the day if I’m away from my office.
Step 7: After selecting you will see this page and you need to click the ”photos”
Step 8: Find which photo album you would like to view!
What was the most creative costume you saw this year? I think my vote(s) would be on the Invisible Man or Beaker from The Muppet Show.
This year my eldest decided not to dress up for the first time ever. This is definitively one of many mile markers of getting old. I guess being fourteen, Halloween is seen more for the kiddies and the mental parents that have the bizarre urge to join in with the festivities.
At what age does a child recognise the gift of Halloween for what it is or when he/she feels like they’ve grown “too old” to dress up on Halloween?
A question for parents: How do we make the most of the magic and imaginative potential that Halloween provides for the few years we have our impressionable children?
I L-O-V-E Halloween even more than Christmas. I don’t remember any year that I didn’t dress up.
Really, how can there be an age limit placed on who celebrates Halloween? Stop worrying. Life is just too short to worry about the little things.
A couple links to share for Halloween Photography Tips: