Allow obsessions

Allow obsessions

Kids love a challenge and will immerse themselves completely in something they are trying to crack.

Even if you can’t understand why your child might want to try write down all the numbers to a million, get to the top level on a computer game or learn to skip backwards, be tolerant, Seeing a job through to the end its a trait worth acquiring.

Enough is enough. Kids need opportunity and the chance to develop their talents and interests; they don’t need to be signed up for so many extra curricular activities that there is no free time for just messing about.

Play on if your children seem musical, let them learn to play an instrument and try to dissuade them from giving up instrumental music lessons while at school. It’s easy to drop an instrument, but difficult to get back into playing again once peers have become advanced.

I picked up my first camera when I was 9 years old. My dad gave me his old camera from Canon.
I never though that I would be a professional photographer in Sydney though!

If you are planning to have your photo session with me, please contact me early.

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