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Keeping Your Older Kids in The Frame | by Jill McMillan

  1. Bookmarking this for when my kids are older! Such helpful advice. 🙂

    • Sarah says:

      Love this so much, my youngest is now five and it’s only really the last year or two that I’ve started taking regular images of them. It hurts my heart to think that one they won’t love with me anymore so I’m so conscious of capturing them now. Some great tips! I love the colouring new places too as I find that always works for us too.

    • Jill McMillan says:

      Thank you! It’s always a struggle but so worth it to keep capturing your kiddos!

  2. Alyssa says:

    These are some great tips! I love your examples and how you get your kids interested in taking pictures.

  3. Molly Carstater says:

    Jill, what wonderful advice! I’ve stopped taking my camera places and I need to get back in that habit!

  4. Sarah Jenkins says:

    This is so helpful!! I can feel the shift as my big kids get older for sure.

  5. Lisa Priest says:

    Jill, thank you so much for sharing! This is so true. I have six children ranging from 12-25 and I need to just take pictures of the quietness and there is a lot more of that happening right now with COVID. I tend to struggle wanting to wait for a beautiful moment but I need to remember that the beauty is us being together. Do know of a group on IG who take more pictures of teens I could follow?

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