Silent Mischief.

Hard to be mad at someone so cute.  I just try to imagine what it would be like for me to discover the wonders of toilet paper rolls for the first time and under sink contents.

Surely fascinating.

Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah. She spends her day with her own version of “Curious George” and is learning how to expand her artistic creativity into scheming plans for preventing demolition of her entire house.  (see above image).  It has been concluded that laughter and photography really are the best medicine for breakdown prevention.

Brooke teaches private photography lessons , online photography classes, as well as monthly photography classes in Logan, Utah.

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8 Responses

  1. =D – I really don’t have words. So cute. Is it slightly ironic that Mommy found him getting into mischief, but yet his shirt says Dad loves me? haha

  2. he’s growin up! what a cutie! i know how you feel, sometimes it’s so hard to be mad because they are so darn adorable!

  3. I caught Eli doing this a couple weeks ago. 🙂 I bought a whole pile of those door baby proof things (although by now Eli can just pop them off…) 🙂 Yep laughter and photography are the best way to handle anything (especially kiddos)

  4. We can buy some doorknob covers on Saturday! I agree…too hard to be mad at that sweet face, which seems to be saying, “Sorry, mom. Don’t know who did this but I’m here to clean it up!”

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